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Monthly Archives: June 2011
A recent study received quite a bit of media attention when it showed that the n-back method actually improves children’s memories. If you aren’t familiar with it, n-back is an activity in which a child is asked to remember a sequence of … Continue reading
The day started as too many others had. My baby (age 2 at the time) had that dreaded cough. I jumped on it. I knew exactly what that cough was, asthma. I hated that sound. It sent me into the … Continue reading
Twice a week you will find me at my local Karate America. I’ll be sitting there for an hour and a half entertaining first my oldest and then my youngest as they take turns with their taekwondo classes. I’ll be … Continue reading
Last year while at a July 4 party, I discovered a game that was fun for adults and kids, ladder ball. Honestly, it never occurred to me to let the kids play. Why would it? We had sidewalk chalk, bikes, … Continue reading
I’m a complete germaphobe, it’s true, but I think I’m a toxinphobe even more. That’s why when I recently saw a friend’s daughter playing with keys I nearly passed out. Thanks to my constant googling, I know that some keys … Continue reading
Today was “transition day” at my boys’ preschool. They go to school year round, but the summer is camp-like with lots of outdoor and water play, games, and activities. The school uses the playful summer months to get kids accustomed … Continue reading