Tame the summer craziness and maximize family fun by taking the time to plan the summer calendar.
Registration for summer camps, sports teams, youth activities, art classes, and more will soon be in full swing. Here is a helpful list of seven considerations in choosing summer activities for the family.
Don’t stop the summer memory-making when the sun goes down. With these “glowing” ideas you can entertain your family for hours, even after its dark.
Enjoying the summer sun can be great, but your skin can sometimes take a beating. If you’re looking for ways to keep away harmful rays, bugs and the sting of a sunburn, then try some of these skin-saving remedies.
From water blobs to splash pads to farmer’s markets, there are endless ways to treat your special needs child to an enjoyable childhood summer.
Summer is coming, and there is fun to be had. If you haven’t created a summer bucket list for your family, then here are some suggestions that will get you out in the sun, enjoying the weather and the activities that come with this warm-weather season.
If you don’t have the funds to load up the family and head to a big theme park, then you’ll need some ways to cool off in your own backyard.
By Jessa McClureI'm bored. These are the words every parent dreads when their child is home for the summer.They've exhausted their electronic devices, the dusty board games in the closet, and have watched all of their favorite movies. Now, they're looking to you to provide some entertainment.
By: Jessa McClureWhen the school bell rings on the last day of the spring semester, children all over the country will be heading home to relax, indulge in summer activities, and forget about learning for two-and-a-half-months. While children need a break from the rigors of a demanding academic…
By: Jessa McClureAs the weather turns warm and families head to local pools, lakes and waterways to cool down, the issue of water safety becomes even more apparent.Drowning is the second leading cause of death in children ages one to 14, according to the Centers for Disease Control. But there are…