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12 Tips for Keeping the Backyard Safe This Spring With the warm weather comes the overwhelming desire to get outside and into the sunshine. Before you tear the kids away from their televisions and video games and urge them out into the fresh air, though, you’ll want to make sure that the backyard is the safe haven for fun and games that it’s supposed to be. These 12 tips can help you eliminate common backyard hazards so that your family can enjoy the beautiful weather without fear of…

Outdoor Safety: Kids should take advantage of the warmer months to be active outdoors. Riding tricycles and bikes is as much a part of summer as ice cream and running through the sprinkler. It’s our responsibility as parents to protect our children from unnecessary injury...

30 Blogs to Keep Kids & Teens Safe Online | Keeping kids safe online is a multi-faceted task. You need to make sure the security on your computer is adequate. Then you will need to set some parental controls on the computer. Next you will need to set some ground rules in your home about computer usage. You will find these and many more tips in the following 30 blogs...

Alberta Parents – check out the Healthy U 5&1 Experiment! The Alberta Government is committed to ensuring that our kids stay active and eat healthy! The 2013 Healthy U Experiment is designed for kids aged 6-12 Here are the reasons that we think your family should sign up:

The Hush Hour Every child can benefit from a daily nap, but sometimes there is nothing you can do to get your child to actually sleep. But day after day, week after week, without a rest break can result in a fussy child prone to tears, temper tantrums and whining. A Hush Hour can provide a wonderful substitute for an actual nap.

Looking for a complete set of PowerPoint lessons on weather? This is it! These 4 PowerPoints have a total of 43 slides and are filled with eye catching pictures to help supplement your weather unit. Suggested grades are 3 - 7.

This is a checklist for students to use outside on a fall scavenger hunt. Kids can walk around outside and try to find various fall objects such as...