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  • RainbowMe
    RainbowMe digital network explores the globe for digital 'edutainment'
    Parents are constantly passing their iPads, smartphones and laptops to their toddlers and pre-teens to keep the children entertained. Most families have additional equipment just for their children. So, what's on your three-year old's iPad...
  • Short intervals of exercise are beneficial for students sitting in a classroom
    Short periods of exercise may offset the effects of inactivity on kids
    Children who take short walks during sedentary periods can lower their blood sugar and fats, and insulin, says a study by the National Institute of Health. The study findings show that brief times of exercise during inactive periods such as...
  • Sophia Bar-Lev, author of 'The Silver Locket'
    A chat with Sophia Bar-Lev, author of 'The Silver Locket'
    Sophia Bar-Lev learned the love of books from her mother and grandmother who were avid readers. By third grade she was writing stories and poems and the love of writing has continued throughout her life. After a successful career in elementary...
  • We must have a ‘binding force’ to hold politicians to educational promises
    We must have a ‘binding force’ to hold politicians to educational promises
    In a NEA Today article by Amanda Litvinov, ‘These Kids Are Just Pawns': The Rising Toll of Inequitable School Funding, and as stated in the article’s preamble----Most lawmakers agree that low- income students, like all children,...
  • Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout
    Interview with Dr. Peggy Kruger Tietz, author of 'Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout'
    Today’s guest is Dr. Peggy Kruger Tietz, author of the children’s book, Yell and Shout, Cry and Pout: A Kid's Guide to Feelings. Dr. Tietz is a licensed psychologist and maintains a private practice in Austin, Texas. She sees a...
  • New book offers humorous look at baby's life on social media
    New book, '#BabyLove,' offers a look at parenting in the social media age
    Committing their children's milestones on film has been a parenting joy for years. But, now in the age of social media sites connecting us all, those photos aren't only for the family history books. Those same photos, with a little help...
  • Back to School
    Dads, take your kids safely back to school
    The first day of school is quickly approaching, and there are many children who will be unaccompanied on their dangerous journey to school. This day is a big event for street gang recruitment. There are many separated and divorced dads that would...
  • Vanessa Cassani
    Live Simply Natural
    Eating has become one of the most controversial topics of all times. What to eat, avoid or curtail is at the center of just about every conversation. A new consciousness about food has emerged.Vanessa Cassani and her husband both came from a...
  • Middle Child’s Day:  Special day for special kids stuck in the middle
    Middle Child’s Day: Special day for special kids stuck in the middle
    Have you heard the news? When it comes to holidays, Aug. 12 is all about kids! As millions around the world take part in the International Youth Day celebration, Aug. 12 also celebrates special children in families. According to an Aug. 11 news...
  • Karine's letters
    Maryland mother: Will my kids come home?
    This is the story of a Maryland woman who loves her children very much. Her nine-year-old son and eight-year-old daughter are her entire world… so much so, she was willing to relocate from the United States to Germany to accept a job that...
  • Functional Parenting
    Functional And Dysfunctional Parenting In Two Households
    After separation it is ideal that both parents continue to be a part of their children’s lives. Unless the parents are a clear and present danger to the child or to each other, they [the parents] should make every effort to ensure that they...
  • HistoryMiami details the journey of 14,000 unaccompanied Cuban children to Miami
    HistoryMiami details the journey of 14,000 unaccompanied Cuban children to Miami
    Between Dec. 1960 and Oct. 1962, Miami experienced a historical exodus of more than 14,000 Cuban children who traveled alone during the “Operation Pedro Pan” movement. Orchestrated by the Catholic Welfare Bureau (Catholic Charities) of...
  • Guess what: it is your child and why manners are still necessary
    Guess what: it is your child and why manners are still necessary
    Has anyone ever complimented you on the fact that your child is polite and mannerly? No? You aren't alone, but, that doesn't make it correct or right. The world continues in a downward spiral of general good manners and consideration for...
  • Luna Marina and the McMachina
    Interview with G.A. & A.R. Costa, authors of YA 'Luna Marina and the McMachina'
    Don’t you just love YA? I have two guests today who have written a delightful young adult novel, Luna Marina and the McMachina. What is unique about their story is that they are a mother/son writing team. We have them here today to tell us...
  • Ring The Bell: For The Next Big Thing
    'Ring The Bell'
    He is no fool who gives what he can't keep to keep what he can -Just before a big time white executive makes a trip to a nice little cliche' of a small farm town and hears the old story of Speared from the minister there his life is stuck...
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