Fun Alternatives to Trick or Treating

There are lot of reasons trick or treating may not be appealing to your family. It may be that your neighborhood doesn’t have a lot of houses that participate or maybe it’s too cold. In some cases the fun alternatives to trick or treating are just better than going door to door, asking for candy. Fun Alternatives to Trick or Treating Here are five fun alternatives to trick or treating this year Check With Your Local Community Center The first is get.....
There are lot of reasons trick or treating may not be appealing to your family. It may be that your neighborhood doesn't have a lot of houses that participate or maybe it's too cold. In some cases the fun alternatives to trick or treating are just better than going door to door, asking for candy. Fun Alternatives to Trick or Treating Here are five fun alternatives to trick or treating this year Check With Your
 

8 Tips to Help Boost Your Child’s Self Esteem

True confidence starts at a young age, and as parents, we’re the ones that can help kids build that foundation, so they’ll grow up to be successful, because we know that people with healthy confidence and self-esteem will always have an advantage over those who doubt themselves. In the end, they’ll have what it takes to tackle on anything, make things happen, and inspire others. 8 Tips to Help Boost Your Child’s Self Esteem From being their biggest chee.....
True confidence starts at a young age, and as parents, we're the ones that can help kids build that foundation, so they'll grow up to be successful, because we know that people with healthy confidence and self-esteem will always have an advantage over those who doubt themselves. In the end, they'll have what it takes to tackle on anything, make things happen, and inspire others. 8 Tips to Help Boost Your Child's Self Esteem From
 

10 Tips to Get Kids Outside and Active

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Summer is here and it’s a great time for families with children to spend time outdoors and together.  The Episcopal Center for Children (ECC), a nonprofit organization providing mental health and special education services to children ages 5-14 in the greater Washington, DC area, offers tips to help families. Being active as a family can benefit everyone. Adults need at least two and a half hours a week of physical activity, and children need 60 minutes
 
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