From Food to Flowers: How to Garden With Kids!
Age appropriate activities for gardening with children. Includes ideas, suggestions, & tips for encouraging little ones to explore their “green thumb”!Gardening Compost for Kids
Get kids excited for gardening by creating your own compost! Easy steps and info on how to get started, why it’s a great project, and things to put in the compost!The “Stop Sign” – An Easy, Bully-Stopping, Back-To-School Personal Safety Tip
It has been estimated that roughly 77% of all students are bullied either physically or verbally. As a parent, grandparent, martial artist, and human being, that statistic blows my mind! For the victims, the consequences of being bullied can be devastating, life-altering, and sometimes life-ending.Provo Bounce House Rental Safety
Bounce houses can be a great addition to any child’s birthday party in Utah. That being said, bounce houses are not babysitters! Here are some great tips to keep your kids safe while bouncing on your Provo Bounce Rental.The American Boy – Drugged
The American Boy is at risk of being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and the statistics show that one-in-seven boys will be labeled with ADHD. A noted psychiatrist points to the possibility that they will be falsely diagnosed!4 Ways Teens Can Overcome Anxiety
Teens experiencing stress and anxiety on a consistent basis can develop a bunch of problems that affect their physical and emotional health. Anxiety is an emotion can result in teens being vulnerable and believing negatively about themselves. There are 4 main areas that parents can talk with their teens about in helping to reduce the severity of anxiety.6 Strategies for Handling ADHD Meltdowns at Home and in the Classroom
An ADHD child in the middle of a meltdown in school or in public can leave a parent or educator feeling powerless, frustrated, and unsure of what to do next. If you are the parent or care giver of a child with ADHD or PTSD, or an educator then knowing how to manage meltdowns can make a big difference for both the child and yourself in keeping calm. Here are 6 strategies for dealing with a meltdown: