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Tension-type headaches are your common, “everyday” headaches (they can feel like a giant rubber band squeezing your skull). Nearly everyone will have at
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But what’s really going on in our body when we get a headache like this? Well, lots of things. Find out the science behind headaches in this educational
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With the ultimate goal of demonstrating that CARE INSPIRES CARE™, Johnson & Johnson asked grade-school children about the most caring thing
they have ever done for someone else. With the help of well-known children’s author Patricia Lakin, they then transformed the children’s stories into
actual children’s books, and surprised students with a copy of their book to read to their parents.
Johnson & Johnson wanted to show parents that they have a tremendous impact on instilling caring values in their children, who ultimately carry the
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and come back to the world.
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I was in the grocery store recently and happened upon these brightly colored clothespins. I just loved them and knew I could use them for an activity. You don’t need to have colored clothespins for this preschool math activity. Any clothespins you have on hand will work.
You will need:
- 6 paint cups or other sturdy cups
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I am a huge fan of warehouse clubs. The problem is sometimes I go overboard. I usually get more fruit than we end up consuming and I am stuck trying to figure out what to do with the rest. We freeze some of it for smoothies and use the rest in other recipes. This past week I bought blueberries, forgetting I already had some at home that were well on their way to mushiness. Since my kids love blueberry muffins I thought we could try making them. These easy blueberry muffins are sure to become one of our family favorite recipes. Read the rest of this entry »
One of our favorite mediums to create art is tissue paper. We have used it for so many fun kids activities such as Tissue Paper Turkey Craft and Coffee Filter Flowers Made With Tissue Paper. So when I was looking for a Valentine’s Day activity for my preschooler, I went back to my trusty tissue paper. What would Valentine’s Day be without hearts (and chocolate)? We didn’t use chocolate while making these tissue paper dyed hearts, but they are still pretty sweet. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) The bleeding tissue paper dyes the hearts in bold, bright colors, making this a fun way to add some love to your home. Read the rest of this entry »
What I love about these Calming Bottles is how simple they are to make. You can make them yourself in a few minutes or have a toddler/preschooler help with the process. For a younger child, these glitter bottles make a great sensory toy. Kids get enthralled watching the glitter swirl around. If your kids are a little older (mine are 5 and 3) the bottles can be used in conjunction with a time out or cooling off period. The child simply shakes the bottle up and watches all of the glitter fall to the bottom. This takes approximately 2 1/2 minutes to occur. I wish I could take credit for this idea, but I got it at a recent MOPS meeting. After food and fellowship, my MOPS group made some Calming Bottles. When I brought home the one I made, my three kids argued over it which told me I was on to something.
You will need:
- Clear contact paper
- Acrylic paint
- Permanent marker
- Wax Paper
- Scotch Tape
- Large white construction paper
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The musical artists show your family how to incorporate the Honey Bunches of Oats® cereal box and breakfast utensils as percussion instruments for a fun “Bunch of Beats” dance! Your family can take to the stage in your own home or on the street and record a short video showing how you “Smile While You Shake It” for the chance to win every week until June 15. You can upload your video showing off your dance moves to the “Bunch of Beats” site or to the Honey Bunches of Oats® Facebook Page. One video submission will be selected randomly every week over a span of 31 weeks to win a $500 Visa gift card, for a total of $15,500 worth of prizes.So, bust out your Honey Bunches of Oats® boxes, spoons and bowls, and become part of a morning music movement that will make America smile from coast to coast!