Masha and the Bear, the globally popular 3D animated family show, is thrilled to announce that the series just released on NBCUniversal’s preschool TV network Universal Kids.Masha and the Bear is a record-breaking worldwide phenomenon that was named the most… Read More ›
Guest Post From Jack Milgram Let’s face it: time goes by quickly. Sometimes, too fast for us to accomplish anything substantial. You are probably quite familiar with the horrible feeling of time mercilessly slipping through your fingers. No matter how… Read More ›
Jack Hanna’s Awesome Animal Almanac features alphabetical info about the most incredible and fascinating animals on the planet,
TurfMutt – the online stewardship and education program for students ages 5-12 – has a solution that is fun for kids, yet also satisfies a parent’s desire to keep kids learning, even on school break.
State Rep. John Reilly introduced legislation to protect homeschooling families from a planned requirement that they submit Educational Development Plans to a local school district.
Let’s Start Coding teaches kids learn how to write real code by building handheld gadgets and hardware through kits of electronics, code examples and guides..
Defeated in the battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, the Union soldiers retreated across the river. There, a new battle emerged as both armies volleyed competing songs back and forth. With the Christmas season upon them, however, Federals and Confederates longed for the same thing. As the notes of “Home, Sweet Home” rose up from both sides, they found common ground for one night.
You don’t have to wait until your kids are teenagers. You can start talking to them about the basics of money as early as preschool. Here are some tips about how to talk to your kids about money at any age:
Holy Spirit Mystifying Scriptures offers short biblical scriptures side by side with digital paintings. This vision assists readers in pondering, meditating or inspiring those who want to get caught up in the scripture and paintings.
Bees on the Roof is a great science educational environmental fiction for middle schoolers. It touches base on bullying, family dynamics, class competition, fitting in and more teen stressors for middle schoolers.