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5 Children’s Books to Continue the Discussion About Diversity

Your family has likely already begun the conversation about diversity and inclusion. It’s important now more than ever to continue that discussion and further expand your child’s awareness and appreciation for people of all cultures. Below are some books to read with your child that are diverse and representative of…
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Fun & Messy Activities to Do Outside This Summer

Take learning outdoors this summer with your child’s favorite messy items! Bubbles, paint and shaving cream can provide multi-sensory experiences that are fun and engaging. Below are four activities to try together this month. 1. Water Balloon Paint Mix ¾ water and ¼ washable paint in a squeeze bottle. Fill…
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5 Books to Read with Your Preschooler During National Reading Month

To kick off National Reading Month, our schools are celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2 for a fun-filled day of literacy activities. Students will read and reenact their favorite books, write their own stories, and play dress up. Below are five age-appropriate books to continue the celebration with your…
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