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Click Here to go to Our 2013 Guide to Summer Camps & Kids Activities
Welcome to our 10th Annual Guide to
Summer Camps for Kids in Dallas Ft Worth
Print the PDF Quick Version of our Summer Camp …
Try these S’mores on a stick at your next pretend campout!
My daughter is celebrating “Texas week” at preschool and they are going to have a pretend camp out. Students will bring sleeping bags and they …
Quick Handmade Kids Valentines Day Cards
Get ready for the classroom Valentine’s party quickly and use of some of that leftover scrapbook paper in your craft closet!
It’s Friday, Valentine’s day is next Tuesday. Are you scrambling …
Individual sporting activities and “non-traditional” team sports lead to wonderful learning experiences for children. Keeping your kids active and interacting more with peers are both valuable to a young child’s development. I was a competitive figure skater growing up – I competed individually and as part of a team – so I had the best of both kinds of sporting experiences.
Summer vacation is over and we are now a few weeks into school and knee deep in homework. I have to admit that I am not a fan of homework. I realize it is necessary …
Teaching our children to give back is such an important part of growing up and growing into the future citizens of this country. It’s important for them to donate time and money but it’s also important for us to model giving generously to causes that are important to our family and our values.
Parents can submit a video of their child making his or her favorite zoo animal sound and they
could win a $10,000 cash prize and a trip to Fisher-Price for a special photo shoot for their child
While we waited for the food to be prepared, we were able to visit with several members of the circus, including Andre McClain, America’s Favorite Cowboy and his fiance Danielle Diamboli, who is a dancer and a snake charmer originally from Brazil. They are pictured here with Maggie. We also met George Caceres of The Flying Caceres. He is a third generation performer and trapeze artist.
Single Parent Advocate kicks-off its back to school supply drive to help single parent families get ready for the upcoming school year. Donors are needed to help meet the growing need for school clothing and supplies.
Donations of cash and school supplies are needed. There are a number of designated collection points in various parts of the city.
Zoom Zoom Zoom…that’s what so many of us do here in the Dallas area. The average American, including myself and other stay-at-home moms, spends about 2 hours a day in their car. The more kids …