Author: Pam Crum

Outdoor Winter Safety Tips for Kids

Winter is thoroughly upon us, and kids are hoping for a snowy day so that they can get out and enjoy winter activities.  Whether they are building snow forts, sledding, skiing, ice skating, or doing other winter activities, knowing outdoor …
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Ways to Keep Your Kids Active in the Winter

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) suggest that kids should get at least 60 minutes a day of physical exercise per day. With colder temperatures approaching, staying active can be a challenge.  So here are some ways to keep your …
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Why Does My Student’s Teacher Need More Supplies?

Year after year parents are asked to buy more and more items for their child’s school supply needs.  Sometimes, they are even asked to buy more supplies later in the year. Without knowing why teachers need supplies, these requests can be …
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14 Halloween Writing Prompts for Kids

Halloween is fast approaching, and it is a favorite time of year for people of all ages, particularly with kids.  As soon as fall arrives, the sun sets faster, and there is a chill in the air. Kids begin to …
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Do Fidget Spinners Help Kids Focus in Class?

In April of this year, I was teaching class, and I kept hearing, “fwip, fwip, fwip, fwip,” but I wasn’t sure where it was coming from. I looked around and noticed one student spinning something on his desk, and another …
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How to Transfer an IEP to another School

A parent of a child with a disability has worked with their school to assemble an Individual Education Program (IEP). When the services are decided upon, you have a plan for reaching the child’s goals, and then you learn that …
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