I dread dinner time. Mostly because I'm never prepared. Dinner time sneaks up on me and I'm left with hungry, cranky children and a blank mind as to what to fix for dinner. Avivia Goldfarb's Six O'clock Scramble to the rescue!
Kids get so excited when they lose that first tooth. And let's admit it ... we get sort of excited too when the ToothFairy comes to visit the first time. It's fun to make a memorable event out of losing a "baby" tooth and if you haven't thought about what you will do, here are some suggestions.
One of the most important things you can do to help your child develop into a well-rounded individual is to nurture their awareness of self and how they interact with their peers and siblings. Children should learn, at an early age, how to make simple choices and solve simple problems. They need to learn that everything isn't about only them and that they need to be respectful of others.
Need a great new soup recipe? Well this one is perfect for Fall and Winter. The best time to try it out is after Thanksgiving when you are left with a little turkey, a little cranberry sauce, and other odds and ends. This Soup is easy, takes less than 30 minutes to make and cook.
(Chicago) The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association, has added Web sites this fall to Great Web Sites for Kids (www.ala.org/greatsites), its online resource containing hundreds of links to commendable Web sites for children.