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Archive of: Feature and Healthy Kids and NAPC

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Kid-Centered Ceremonies

Kid-Centered Ceremonies

Ceremonies magically transfom the ordinary into the extraordinary, and children love them as an opportunity to express creativity. Let these ideas spark your own family rituals.

December 2010
Democracy in Action

Democracy in Action

Ask Isaac Graves what seventh grade was like at The Free School in Albany, New York, and he paints a picture that would seem like a dream to many conventional middle schoolers—and a nightmare to their administrators. There were no tests, no homework...

August 2010
Smacking Good Snacks

Smacking Good Snacks

Expand the notion of snack time and have healthy foods ready when hunger strikes at a moment’s notice.

August 2010
Kids' Vitamin Guide

Kids' Vitamin Guide

Most kids are more likely to grab a French fry than a broccoli floret. Fortunately, a children’s-specific, high-quality multivitamin can help provide crucial, missing nutrients, as well as build an early shield against diabetes, heart disease and childhood cancers

August 2010
Out of the Mouths of Babes

Out of the Mouths of Babes

Children are born with the ability to eat instinctively, fully tuned in to internal cues of hunger and fullness.

July 2010
Kayaking with Kids

Kayaking with Kids

Kayaking provides a wonderful way to solidify the bond between a child and parent, by sealing it with nature itself.

June 2010
Common Sense Defenses Against Seasonal Allergies

Common Sense Defenses Against Seasonal Allergies

When seasonal allergies begin affecting your children’s sleep, concentration, and school attendance, follow these tips to naturally reduce their contact with allergic substances while boosting their immune system.

May 2010
Outdoor Play

Outdoor Play

Embarking on an outdoor walking adventure is an easy and enjoyable way of introducing children to nature’s wonders.

April 2010
Goodnight, Moon

Goodnight, Moon

Transform your little ones' rooms so they feel happy at home every day in a loving, nurturing safe place, where they can grow into the fullness of who they are meant to be.

March 2010
Keep Kids Singing

Keep Kids Singing

According to experts, parents singing traditional classic songs routinely with their kids can actively support a child’s healthy social, emotional and intellectual development.

February 2010
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