Pesticide residues on your food can be a scary thought. Maybe the topic crossed your mind while making dinner or as you shopped the produce aisle in your grocery store. Pesticides are used to protect crops as they grow, but do they remain on plants after they leave the field? And, more importantly, should you worry about feeding your family those crops?
When we think of providing the basic needs for our children, we generally think of food, shelter and clothing. It’s also important to remember basic psychological needs.
While many of you might be excited that the summer will provide a much needed break from homework battles, the summer is often a great time to help struggling readers.
He may not be Irish, but that doesn’t stop local farmer, Jeff Thompson, from going green on his farm for Saint Patrick’s Day – or every day of the year. Sustainability is something that’s important to the future of his family farm and many others in South Dakota.
What are your kids doing this summer? Camps are a wonderful way to focus the extra time and energy children have during the summer months on something creative.
Summer brings a much-needed break for kids of all ages. There’s a little more freedom to explore, spend time with family and just have fun.
We stopped by KDLT News to introduce our teacher of the year!
Meet some of our other outstanding Teacher of the Year nominees!
Meet Mrs. Beesley, a second grade teacher at Brandon Elementary School. When she found out she was the winner of The ‘Hood Magazine’s 2018 Teacher of the Year Award, she says she couldn’t help but feel emotional.
Is classical music beneficial to brain development? Find out the benefits to music and early development here.