Spring into Action

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Spring has Sprung Photo ContestThere is something special about spring! Nature comes alive as the bees pollinate, flowers bloom, and birds sing. After the long winter months, people want to spend as much time as possible outdoors. If you are looking for some fun activities to do with your family be sure to read the following suggestions that’ll get your whole family to springing into action.  (more…)

Colors of St. Patrick’s Day

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End of the RainbowSt. Patrick’s Day is the perfect day to teach children their colors. There are a lot of symbols associated with this holiday, like leprechauns, four leaf clovers, and pots of gold. But none of these icons are as identifiable to children as the rainbow. So whether it’s Kelly green or golden yellow, you child will have the ability to recognize and learn the colors of the rainbow with the help of these fun activities. (more…)

Taste the Rainbow

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Pot of Gold JelloWell guys St. Patrick’s Day is next Tuesday and what better way to celebrate this holiday then with a party! Most classroom parties will include the holiday tradition of wearing Kelly Green, eating Irish potatoes and keeping an eye out for mischievous leprechauns.  If your child’s classroom is hosting a party, try these yummy recipes that’ll sure to please your little Shamrock! (more…)