Is homeownership right for you? It may be easier than you think! Find out at our free, informational Home Buyers Classes.
A group of large chickens were guests at the kickoff of our Coupon Book Fundraiser. The books went out today, August 23, so parents should check backpacks to be certain they’re brought home. Remember that the key to a successful fundraiser is responsibility and accountability; please be certain any unsold books are promptly returned to the school.
Parents will do anything for their children. So, it should come as no surprise that when children are agonizing over nightly homework assignments, parents are eager to alleviate the pain by offering their help. This raises several questions: What are the best ways to help kids with homework, and how much help is too much?
Here are two fortuitously coincidental facts: the sun is approximately 400 times further away from us as the moon, and the moon is approximately 400 times smaller than the sun. Because of that cosmic congruence, the moon and the sun appear to be the same size. The reason it’s fortuitous is that, during a solar eclipse, the moon exactly covers the face of the sun, allowing spectators a rare chance to see the sun’s atmosphere, or corona.
Other than perhaps pagers in the 1990s, it’s difficult to think of any product designed for adults which has become as ubiquitous among kids as mobile devices have become. (Tell your kids about pagers. It’ll make them laugh.) Smartphones—and, to a lesser extent, tablets—are a necessity in most children’s lives.
Is your child refusing to eat anything but chicken nuggets and french fries? All too often, kids are bingeing on unhealthy snack foods instead of fruits and vegetables—children today can go days without consuming any greens at all. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests vegetables should be consumed with every meal and snack. However, produce intake can be difficult when kids are picky eaters.
La Paloma Academy is excited to be a sponsor of Blair Charity Group’s 5th Annual Putt-ing Kids First event on Friday, June 9. Tickets are $20 and help underserved children in our community experience world-class basketball camps and clinics. Come for a fun night with the family benefiting a great cause.