Scrap Paper Easter Egg Cards

If you’re looking for a cute and easy Easter Project to do with the kiddos, give this a try. These would be great to mail to loved ones this week! Being that I have a room full of supplies from past (and failed) crafting attempts, we actually had everything we needed on hand to make ... Read More

Virtual Science Resources for Learning at Home

Kick your science game up a bit with these virtual resources for learning science from home! American Museum of Natural History: The American Museum of Natural History is closed, but the OLogy science website is not! Kids and families can find curriculum collections on topics from dinosaurs to river ecology, Museum courses on Coursera, Khan ... Read More

Colored Abacus

Free Online Math Resources: All Ages

The idea of teaching my kids math is terrifying, for me and them. Luckily there are some resources to help us all out as we venture down this road of helping our kiddos finish their school year at home. Scroll on through for a list of websites that cover all age groups. ABCMouse: Digital math ... Read More

Prank Your Kids This April Fools Day

Tomorrow is April Fools Day, here are some fun easy ideas to prank your kiddos. Minty Oreos – Replace the cream from some Oreos with white toothpaste. Mine still talk about this 2 years later! No Suds Here – Coat a bar of soap with some clear nail polish to keep any suds from forming. ... Read More

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Tips for a Cleaner and Healthier Home with Stanley Steemer

During these uncertain times, we understand that many people have questions about disinfecting and sanitizing their homes. Stanley Steemer teams are actively monitoring communications from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), the World Health Organization (“WHO”), and federal agencies to ensure they are operating consistent with the latest guidance to contain the spread ... Read More

What Does a Buyer’s Agent Do

After helping many first time home buyers successfully buy their dream home, Scott and Sophia noticed something that they wanted to share with as many future first time home buyers as possible! What they noticed was that several of these buyers weren’t aware that they had the ability to use a buyer’s agent to represent ... Read More

Birmingham Zoo Launches Virtual Zoo on Social Media

Birmingham Zoo Launches Virtual Zoo on Social Media The Birmingham Zoo has successfully launched a virtual zoo on social media. Already having gained thousands of views across the country, the new content aims to keep guests at home connected to the organization and animals they love. Dedicated Zoo staff have constructed a clever way to ... Read More

Spring Wardrobe Essentials for Fashionable Moms

With the flowers in full bloom and the sun gloriously shining, spring is a season of new beginnings. And there’s no better way to get this sense of renewal by breathing some new life into your closet. It doesn’t have to be elaborate or drastic changes, as all you’ll need are these essentials for a ... Read More

Perspectives of COVID-19 from a Pediatric Psychologist

By Dan Marullo, Ph.D. With COVID-19 being declared a pandemic, we are now tasked to change our personal and collective behavior. It is understandable that many will experience fear, anxiety and anger in the coming days and weeks. This is normal and certainly a typical reaction to a crisis. However, whether we respond with grace ... Read More

New England Aquarium offering virtual programming during temporary closures

With students across New England (and the US) home from school amid closures related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, the New England Aquarium is offering special virtual programming to keep families engaged. Each day at 11:00 a.m., (10am Central) content will be posted on the Aquarium’s social media platforms that includes live videos with educators, ... Read More