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Wild Ways to Have Baseball Fun

Tweet The 2012 Major League Baseball regular season has come to a close and now it is time for an exciting postseason! The new Wild Card format this year lets two extra teams earn a spot in the playoffs, with each league’s Wild Card game set for tomorrow, Friday, October 5. While it is fun [...]

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Celebrate Read Across America Day!

Tweet March 2nd is a special day, as today we say “Happy Birthday” to Theodor Geisel, or as he as better remembered, Dr. Seuss! In his honor, Random House and the National Education Association (NEA) have recognized March 2nd as “Read Across America Day,” encouraging all to take time to read to a child. The [...]

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High-Tech Ways to Teach Kids about Music

Tweet Have a computer? is your sound on? Then check out these awesome, free tools from around the web to help teach the fun of music at home, or anytime! Now, I think any age group would find this quite exciting! From the Exploratorium in San Francisco is the Science of Music Dot Mixer, where [...]

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Simple Solutions for Organizing Crafts

Tweet A daunting aspect of any new hobby is how all the parts and supplies will be organized. This definitely holds true for crafting endeavors! It is very worthwhile to have an organization plan for all of your craft supplies, and thankfully, it is easy to do with inexpensive items or things you may have [...]

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School is Where You Make It!

Tweet Thanks to the internet, we can share and find information faster and more efficiently than we ever thought possible. People with common interests from all over the world can collaborate and find new solutions and ideas. One of many subjects that has really benefited from being connected globally is homeschooling! An awesome resource for [...]

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Summer Fun on the Farm

Tweet Our home state of Pennsylvania is largely farmland, with agriculture being the number one industry here. Farms are spotlighted several times in August in our area alone, starting with the Central PA Local Foods Week and Farm Tour; a week of special events followed by a day of intimate tours of area farms. The [...]

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