Moving takes a certain amount of adjustment. Kids of all ages may need a little help getting used to the new environment. Help kids adjust to the move by keeping the following in mind.
Did you know that National Moon Day is today, July 20th?
This is the 43rd anniversary of the day that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon and proclaimed that they were taking “one small step for a man and one giant leap for mankind.”
There are plenty of fun ways that you can celebrate Moon Day in your own home and teach your children about this important moment in world history.
Here are some ideas of what you can do to celebrate today:
Summer vacation is finally here and your kids have permanently implanted themselves in the couch, eyes glued to the television, with no sign of moving for the next three months.
When kids do absolutely nothing over the holidays, they not only forget what they have learned in school but they get out of the habit of learning and find it difficult to start their schoolwork again in the fall.