The summer slide, also known as summer learning loss, is a major problem that has been the subject of extensive research since 1906. Unfortunately, even after all this time, there is simply no one-size-fits-all solution to this problem. During the… Read More
What is Grandma Camp?
Grandma Camp, also known as Cousin Camp, is a newer trend that began gaining popularity in recent years. The idea behind Grandma Camp is simple—bring all the grandkids together for some quality time with the grandparents and each other. This… Read More
Fun Spring Activities For the Whole Family
The first day of spring is this Monday, March 20th—that means it’s time for fun spring activities that you can do with your whole family. The beautiful, mild winter season is coming to a close, and it’s about time to… Read More
The National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.
March is officially here, and that means the wonderful Cherry Blossom Festival is coming! Every year, the stunning cherry blossom trees that were gifted to America by Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo back in 1912 come into bloom, littering the… Read More
5 Tips for Helping Kids With Remote Learning
Many children and teens have gone to remote learning as a full-time alternative, which has created a unique set of problems for schools and parents as they try to navigate how to keep kids engaged and studious when they’re not… Read More
5 Fun Party Ideas for Your New Year’s Eve Bash
The New Year is fast approaching, and that means it’s time to plan your New Year’s Eve bash. Once you’ve picked out your champagne and snack offerings, what else is there to do?
Family-Friendly Fall Activities (Part 2)
Last week, we began covering some of the many family-friendly fall activities by starting with the quintessential trip to a local pumpkin patch. This week, we’re going to branch out to other fun fall activities that will provide plenty of… Read More