Monthly Archives: August 2013

8 Fun and Inexpensive Craft Projects for the Family

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Crafting can be an inexpensive way to enjoy time with the whole family and develop essential skills in children. Some of the best crafts can be done for just a couple dollars simply by recycling things you already own or … Continue reading

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5 Food Ingredients to Avoid Giving Kids

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Most people don’t think about the finer ingredients of the food they eat, but — surprise, surprise — many of those ingredients can be considered poisonous. Chemicals or extremely treated ingredients added to foods can cause damage to your health and … Continue reading

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15 Blogs with the Best Tips for Training Your Teenage Driver

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Thinking about teaching your teen to drive might be giving you anxiety attacks, but with some careful planning and preparation it doesn’t have to. To help make the process a smoother one, it’s a good idea to start talking to … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Prevent Choking in Kids

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Choking can be scary enough when it happens to you, but when it happens to your child, it’s downright terrifying. This is especially concerning because children don’t have the strength or reflexes necessary to “power through” a choking incident the … Continue reading

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7 iPad Apps to Help Kids Learn Math and Science

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One of the best things about iPads (and all tablets, really) is the way you can use them as educational tools. With the right tweaks to parental controls, they become safe and sturdy resources for children to develop their young … Continue reading

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28 Blogs Looking at How You Can Build Smart Money Habits Early

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According to the 2012 NFCC (National Foundation for Credit Counseling) Consumer Literacy Survey, only 56% of American adults have a budget. However, having a budget in place can help you delegate money for savings, bills, purchases and charitable giving. It … Continue reading

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