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Simple games and a gallery of art and stories created at the Artissimo kiosk in the National Gallery of Canada.
Explore the role of the objects in people's lives and the clues they offer about individuals, cultures, and history. Located in Brooklyn, New York.
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Mom, are you suffering an identity crisis? When you introduce yourself, do you say, “I'm just a mom”? Do you see your own shortcomings and minimize the role you play in your kids' lives?I understand the temptation to think that way. On the surface, there's nothing glamorous about chasing kids around the house, fixing meal after meal, and stepping on toys scattered down the hallway.But motherhood is a unique calling. You're not simply changing diapers; you're molding character.The post Finding New Strength as a Mom appeared first on Jim Daly.
President Joe Biden's “American Families Plan” is being touted by the administration as “an investment in our kids, our families, and our economic future.”In reality, it's a very bad bet – and for numerous reasons.Of particular interest to me in the bill is the president's proposal to spend an extra $225 billion on childcare and another $200 billion on “free” preschool. The premise and rationale for such a massive expenditure is that more federal dollars equate to healthier kids and families.The post President Biden's “American Families Plan” Risks Hurting the Very People it's Supposed to Help appeared first on Jim Daly.
Kids aren't just small adults. From diet and nutrition to their reactions to medicine, their bodies are unique. Read these Consumer Updates to learn more.
Screentime! Is it a dirty word in your home? Is it a constant battle for finding that happy medium? What if you could entertain and educate your child with animated storybooks? Now that doesn’t sounds like bad screentime, does it? But you would want to make sure it was safe, and you’d want to encourage […]
It's ironic, but true. In an age when technology connects us more than ever, teenagers are lonelier and more disconnected than any previous generation.In the five years prior to the pandemic, the number of high school seniors who said they felt lonely dramatically increased – from 26 percent to almost 40 percent. In the past year, that percentage has increased to well over 50 percent.Even taking Covid restrictions into account, today's kids don't engage face to face as much as past generations did.The post Helping Our Kids Manage Technology Well appeared first on Jim Daly.