Whether you're looking to keep kids entertained ot simply want to spend some quality time with your children, creating crafts together is a fun project for everyone included. You don't have to be a professional artist to tackle any of these seasonal crafts, all you need is basic supplies you may already have around your home and a clear workspace!
Food allergies account for up to 8% of early childhood conditions and concerns in the United States. That is roughly 1 in 13 children, or about 2 students per classroom. A food allergy is when the body’s immune system reacts unusually and sometimes seriously to specific foods. They can be mild, causing a rash, hives, or can be serious and cause anaphylaxis, which is an extreme reaction where the mouth, tongue, throat or other part of the airway can swell up and prevent breathing.
In some cases, depending on severity, food allergies can cause vomiting or other facial swelling. Some of the most common food allergens are milk, eggs, fish or seafood, wheat, soy, peanuts and tree nuts.
A new school year has started for most of our children, and this is going to be a very different year for many parents and their students. Some states and schools have re-instated mask mandates, required COVID vaccines for those old enough to receive them, and some parents may still be schooling their kids remotely or homeschooling them.
The pandemic has us all exhausted, stressed out, and unsure of how to proceed when it comes to some things, and school is no exception.
Feeling a bit cooped up at home and want to go out and do something fun with your kids this weekend? No problem!
We've got some great ideas on fun places to go and fun activities to engage in with your kids!
Both Hendersonville and Brevard have plenty of fun activities and places to go with kids. Whether you’re interested in an educational, an outdoor or a fun experience, there’s something for everyone year-round.
As a parent, you want to give your child the best possible start in life and support them through their struggles. Life can be tough for all of us, but it hits harder when you witness your child struggling. You want to be there and help them through life and absorb as much of the difficulty as possible so your child can be at ease.
However, some struggle is necessary in building and teaching confidence and resilience. Giving your child the opportunity to figure some things out for themselves and not constantly hovering over them can go a long way in helping them develop into tough and persevering kids.