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My grandmother always kept a colorful, lively, full garden filled with rocks and stepstones, flowers and plants. My mother also kept a garden and for both, growing up, I helped…
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The Magic of Picture Books
Ever since I was young, I have been mesmerized by picture books. The vibrant, colorful pages, the memorable story, the unique characters, the concise yet catchy text. All of it…
Five Reasons Why Cereal is Good
When we think of cereal, we often think: sugar. Sneaky and subtle, sugar is frequently added to cereals, even when we think we’re making the healthiest choice. Often, kids (and…
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Nothing about 2021 was ‘normal’, especially when it comes to schools. Many brick and mortar schools were forced to close and convert to virtual learning while others modified their classroom…
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