Gardening in the Winter!

In the spring and summer, kids love helping out in the garden with vegetables and flowers. However, when winter rolls around, it can be difficult to keep your child/children interested in gardening.  Make a list of things that need to be done in order for the garden to grow. Let your child/children pick the one/ones […]

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Skateland Adventures

What better way to have fun on a day of no school than going on field trips?  This past week on winter break, our school agers went to Skateland. Oh. My. Goodness!  For many, it was their first time skating.  With limited holders to help them skate, they had to take turns, hold onto the walls, […]

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She get it from her mama…

I don’t know about you, but when I first gave birth to my children, I smiled a little when people would say ” oh, they have your eyes, hair, smile, etc…” As they got older, Konnor is so funny like his mother and father. Oh, Karsynn is full of life and carefree like her father.It’s […]

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Less books, More Technology

Have you noticed encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauruses, are slowly fading out? Everything can pretty much be done by technology now a days. I mean, once you turn eight in the school systems you get an IPad! Even homework is done on the IPad! I helped a student in PIL’s after-school program the other week with his […]

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