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Active Family Time – Director of Franchise Development Sean Weldon

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Time spent with the family seems to be getting harder and harder each year. Individual appointments, events, activities and work related commitments can present challenges for even the most well-intentioned families.

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24Seven Earth Day

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Our planet, rich with beautiful landscapes and captivating natural phenomena is home to millions of people and many of them are amazingly talented kids! As we approach Earth Day (April 22nd), it is important to reflect on how this bright blue globe of ours supports life and focus on the things that we and our children can do to sustain it.

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International Childhood Fitness Week

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Why is it so hard to convince children to exercise? For starters, TV shows, video games and portable electronics make it easy to be entertained without having to move from a sitting position.

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We’re With You, World Water Day

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Every organism needs water to live and the quality of that life depends on how readily available that most precious resource is.

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Why Poems Matter in Childhood – VP of Curriculum Dee McDonald

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Poetry can build social and emotional learning, both in children and adults. Think about the poems you learned when you were a child.

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FasTracKids New York Featured on Time.com

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Jennifer Moses of Time.com mentioned New York FasTracKids centers as the place to go for “fun techniques to communicate with your baby.”

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Fairy Tale Thinking

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Fairy tales are much more than entertainment, in fact, they teach children how to think. By reading a young child stories about dragons, princesses and magic, a parent is actually nurturing the development of their growing brains.

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Summer Programs – Vacation with Education

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As the world continues to reinvent what we have thought to be true for tens of hundreds of years, our strongest beliefs regarding children’s education are changing as well. We have computers and the Internet, educational television, endless out of school activities and enrichment programs. However, the one aspect of our children’s education that hasn’t changed is the long break from school. Some countries schedule a break in between grade levels (sometimes up to 3 months long) and some have a few breaks scheduled throughout the year.

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5 Inspirational Women That Have Leadership Skills

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International Women’s Day is celebrated as a day when women are recognized for their achievements. This celebration is without regard to divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political.

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Dr. Seuss’s Birthday – Make a Seuss Story

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Oh, the places you’ll go when you read a Dr. Seuss book! His creativity, rhyme scheme and ability to communicate with children’s imaginations all over the world changed the way children’s books were written.

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