The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear! – Buddy the Elf Christmas!  The very word holds so much meaning for so many people.  Christmas time is full of  memories, hot chocolate, carolers, family, movies, and cozy socks.  It is the time of year that children, and some adults,…

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Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree. – Emily Bronte There is just something about brisk Fall air, pumpkins, apple cider, and the smell of a warm cinnamon candle burning in a warm clean kitchen that gives me the coziest feeling ever.  Not to mention that I am always cold so…

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It is hard to believe that we are already setting our sights on summer activities. We are now accepting applications for our Summer Camps. Who: Elementary and Middle School Students When: Elementary Tuesdays at 12:30 / Middle School Friday 6/29 and 7/27 at 12:30 Why:  Our camps integrate fun and learning. We purposefully keep our class…

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Are your children looking for something fun to do with you but you JUST DON’T HAVE TIME!?!  I know it is crazy in my house right now with all that I like to do before the holidays.  But that doesn’t mean my toddler doesn’t want to do something creative and fun with me.  However, here’s…

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Summer slide occurs to students every year who don’t do anything over the summer to help retain the information they learned during the school year.  On average, an American student loses 2 months of their education EACH AND EVERY SUMMER, putting them far behind students who review and even spend their summers learning new concepts…

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For those of you who have lots of time AND crafting skills, here’s a really fun Easter project.  This project is NOT meant for little ones to help, although that is, obviously, up to you.  It is the most complex crafts that I have done ever but, boy, do I feel proud of it once…

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