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Legion's testimony focused on the expansion of eligibility for Small Business Administration programs which permit loan assistance to businesses when deployments are not part of a military conflict.

By The Goddard School • March 29th, 2018
I used to stand in front of the blender so they couldn’t see. Sautéed zucchini, red and yellow peppers, spinach—I’d throw it all in there quickly with the tomato sauce and breathe a sigh of relief when the crunching would stop and the swirling would begin. Meanwhile, my boys (4 and 6 at the time) would play with their Legos on the kitchen table none the wiser. Sure, I could openly put some veggies on…

By The Goddard School • April 3rd, 2019
The Goddard School® , the nation’s best-in-class preschool system, is proud to showcase the importance of environmental conservation through its month-long Root for Earth event, which is designed to teach children about daily environmental impacts and give busy families realistic tips for making a difference
Preschoolers will participate in a new challenge this year to illustrate the environmental…

There are healthy ways to manage stress to prevent negative impacts on your well-being

'Whether you aspire to be the next famous trampoliner, are so high-energy that everyone says you\'re always bouncing off the walls, or would just like to get a little exercise, Sky Zone Chalfont, an indoor trampoline park, is waiting for you! Play some dodgeball, attempt to climb to the top of Sky Climb, jump into the foam zone, or try to conquer our 6 lane warrior course. Embrace the bounce with this offer, and get 2 1-hour jump passes, regularly $34, for just…

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Flu season has officially arrived. Although you have taken every precaution to keep you and your family healthy, there is always a chance someone will get sick—and that someone could be you! Here are a few simple tips for getting your family through the flu with as little disruption to your daily life as possible.

Siblings of children with special needs struggle with things every day, and here are some ideas about how to help them keep their balance (not to mention yours)

We’ve been told our little boys are naturally more active and aggressive, our girls innately more caring and cooperative—but some experts beg to differ.

By The Goddard School • November 19th, 2014
Are you stuck inside because of the freezing temperatures or the rain? Take a step back from the TV, tablet or video game, and shake up your normal routine. When the weather prevents your children from playing outside, provide them with challenging activities and active games
Have a Board Game Competition.
Hold a board game competition in your living or family room. Spend the day playing different games. You can even compete for prizes.
Create…

By The Goddard School • December 8th, 2018
In today’s digital world it is becoming harder and harder to actually connect with our children. They come home from school to the waiting television and usually end up playing video games on the tablet while watching TV (no judgement, we all do it). We don’t really know our children because none of us really know how to communicate anymore
The typical daily parental question is, “How was your day?” And the typical response from…

By The Goddard School • October 1st, 2018
Even though this article was originally written with working mothers in mind, this is great information for all parents
It might seem crazy, but it’s totally worth it.
It’s 7 p.m. on a Wednesday night, and my phone rings. I interrupt my midweek recap with my assistant and best friend, Erin, to take the call. We’ve closed on 12 homes this month, and I have the late-night call log to prove it. This is my…

By The Goddard School • November 8th, 2013
You may have heard the term ‘world schooling’ recently. World schooling uses travel to teach children about the planet and world cultures. As the use of technology increases, the world has become more interconnected, and one country’s problems can affect our personal lives
An early educational experience should include a global perspective. At The Goddard School, we provide…

By Sue Adair • October 1st, 2009
There comes a day when your child will ask to sleep over at a friend’s house for the very first time. Whether because of homesickness or fear of bedwetting, sleepovers can turn into a nerve-wracking experience for children. As parents, how can you prepare for your child’s first sleepover? What should you expect
Here are some helpful tips to guide parents and children through the first sleepover.
Start somewhere comfortable. Spending the night in a strange…

hildproofing your home can be an overwhelming task. The most effective way to start is to evaluate your home, room by room, from your child’s perspective. If

By The Goddard School • March 31st, 2018
Going back to school after a holiday break is always tough. Getting your kids to dive back into that pile of math worksheets and book reports when they’d rather be playing with their new toys or watching YouTube? Torture. To help ease everyone through the transition, we asked moms for their best tips on how to get the kids to focus on their homework—no screaming, pouting, or bribery involved
Be a study buddy.
“Remember how…

XL Sports World Hatfield aims to ensure everyone has a chance to play on our beautiful, dual 185'x85' indoor turf fields, fully climate controlled and for the low price of only, $10.00 per player, for

I lost my son in a spontaneous unpredicable motorcycle accident. My daughter as well as my youngest son would like to keep their brother close to home so that they may go visit him as much as they can. Setting up funeral arrangements is not only overwhelming but costly as well. This was too much...

These indoor toddler development activities will enhance skills for your growing 1-year-old.

Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest at Penn’s Landing will be a winter wonderland for all ages to explore. Enjoy ice skating, live music, warm fire pits, food, craft beers, shopping and much more.

How to keep your kids safe at the pool this summer.Fun summer memories are often filled with days swimming in pools, but those long, lazy days mean parents have to ramp up their vigilance about pool safety for kids. In one split second, kids can find themselves in trouble. Kate ...

Mom Wisdom comes in many forms. Mamapedia Voices proudly showcases useful and insightful posts by selected writers, from up-and-coming mom bloggers to well-known mom experts.

Honoring the Best of the Best in the Gentlemens Club Industry

By The Goddard School • July 16th, 2014
Summer is an awesome time of year. It’s full of family get-togethers, trips to the pool and vacations. With all that awesomeness, though, sometimes learning falls by the wayside. Research has shown that some children experience summer learning loss , also known as “summer slide” because their minds aren’t as engaged as they are during the school year. You can help to keep your child’s brain active and prevent summer slide with these five fun…

Volunteering is an enriching experience for everyone involved. Families have more opportunities and more reasons than ever to volunteer together.

Five women share the tweak that tilted the scale in the right direction.

When children create their own birthday treats, it is both fun and a great boost to their self-esteem! So, why not make the cake a canvas for children’s

Best-selling authors and literacy experts Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst encourage us to let kids reread texts that interest them. For more strategies abo...

Infant-development experts believe that the first years of a child's life are a prime time for learning, but sometimes it may be hard to think of new

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The real-life application of learning engages students beyond worksheets and traditional methods.

All students want to feel part of their classroom community. Here are four activities to help them feel welcomed and comfortable.

GK Visual is a boutique cinema production house comprised of award-winning visual storytellers based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Fun picture book read-alouds to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

Edutopia blogger Nick Provenzano believes there's more to teaching than dispensing curriculum, and he shares three practices that lead students and their families to trust him on a personal level.

OMG, I made my very own candy necklace! Pretty cool huh? You can make these in whatever color you want... mine are pink and purple for Valentine's Day. Alright let's start. This is easy, I promise! Ingredients 4 egg whites 1 cup sugar 1/4 cream of tartar (this is a powder in the spice aisle - makes everything shiny, but it's optional) 1 tsp of flavoring if desired 1 tbs cocoa powder (if you want them to be chocolate flavored) Directions