Happy Valentine’s Day from our families to yours! See inside for great articles, recipes, and crafts!
Free family event featuring fun vendors, kids’ activities, NASCAR vehicle and drive James Buescher, free admission to Sci-Tech discovery center and more mind-stretching fun!
Mathnasium will host its first annual National TriMathlon Day on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at more than 200 participating centers across the United States (www.mathnasium.com/TriMathlon). Mathnasium of Plano will host the math competition at its learning center location (3115 E. Parker Rd #560). Registration for Mathnasium’s TriMathlon is free and is now open to all students in third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades attending public, private, or home school. The event is intended to create excitement among area students and schools.
Many children are plagued with ear infections and some have them chronically. There are many tools for taking care of this naturally and without the use of antibiotics. Naturopathic ear drops are an effective alternative to traditional medicated ear drops according to research. Many parents can begin giving these drops at the first sign and avoid antibiotics altogether, as the pain, inflammation and infection will subside usually within 3 days.
The demand for affordable housing for people with disabilities is growing. More and more individuals and families are looking for places to live within the general community – private homes, group homes, apartments, and such – rather than in institutional settings or agency operated/ dependent housing units where they have little or no control over the services and supports they receive. For many reasons, this type of safe and affordable housing is sorely lacking. One reason: those who could make the housing available don’t understand the market needs, and those who need it don’t know where to reach out for it.
Black History Month has had a great ride and has been beneficial in bolstering the effort to uncover all the contributions that Americans of every race have had on this country, but if we are serious about equality between all the races and giving equal weight to all their contributions for the greatness of this country, then Black History Month must either be changed to something more inclusive or it has got to go.
This is a free event for families! Free ice skating from 12pm to 2pm, along with a snow machine on the ice. Lots of other crafts and activities after the skating. We’ll be there and would love to have you join us!
If you are tired of the temper tantrums, the whining, the shouting and the general mayhem in your house, you need to take this class. You will learn WHY kids have temper tantrums and how you can avoid them in the future. Learn why TIME OUT is not the best discipline and learn a new way to work with your kids that does not cause disconnection and punishment but will create a close, loving relationship with your children.
The cold and flu season is upon us and every year in the United States, an average of 5-20% of the population gets the flu and many more the common cold. These infections take hold when the immune system is low due to fatigue, nutritional deficiencies or stress. Often the infections spread through casual encounters, school, church, playgrounds and work, even with proper hygiene. The spread is hard to avoid and this as an ever-growing issue that keeps both parents out of work, kids home sick and sometimes chronically ill. It is essential that we give our bodies what they need especially during the cold & flu season. Here are some basic recommendations, there are also many homeopathic and natural herbal remedies that can help combat and treat symptoms.
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