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How to Have a Safe and Secure Summer

Mosquito bites. Sunburn. Bee stings. These are all the hazards that come with summer. But one hazard you may not have thought about, is theft. According to the FBI, property crimes tend to spike during the summer months, especially July and August.

How to Have a Safe and Secure Summer

Mosquito bites. Sunburn. Bee stings. These are all the hazards that come with summer. But one hazard you may not have thought about, is theft. According to the FBI, property crimes tend to spike during the summer months, especially July and August.

Summer Fun with Fido

Quite possibly the best part of summer is knowing you can enjoy the sunshine with your dog by your side. Dogs feel the wintertime blues, too, and they’re ready to get back to daily walks, hikes, and days swimming at the lake. Note:

Pathfinders Montessori Elementary School – Sioux Falls, SD

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Create a Kids Cooking Camp

It’s summer time and we need fun and healthy things to do with the kids over the next several weeks. Planning a summer of fun can be difficult, so what do you do? Here is an idea - turn one week into ’kids cooking camp’ at home.

Kindergarten Readiness: Sensible Parenting Tips to Ease Transitions

Kindergarten age children may act surprisingly grown up and yet endearingly immature. Development throughout kindergarten changes your child cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically. This tends to occur gradually but noticeably throughout the school year.

Lead the Way Through Play

Play is very serious business. As a matter of fact, it is an essential part of every child’s education. The best part of play is that it can be done anywhere: at home, at school, and even in places specifically designed for it, such as a park or museum.

Dreaming Big

An eight-year-old’s baggy t-shirt hangs on her little athletic frame, proclaiming the words, “Dreams come a size too big, so we can grow into them.”

Apple Tree Learning Centers

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Swim Safety Saves Live

Safety is no accident, as drowning is a preventable tragedy. Drowning is the leading cause of accidental death in children one to four years old. About one in five people who die from drowning are children, according to a 2016 study done by the CDC.