It was a typical Friday afternoon in February and I was picking up my son Natan from Montessori school. Typical in that Natan was being about as talkative as the rocks of ice littering the driveways from last week’s snow […]
Getting Adolescents to Turn the Page
Being able to read well is more important than ever for young adults seeking to achieve economic success. But more than 60 percent of middle and high school students score below “proficient” in reading achievement, according to a December […]
President Obama’s Speech in School: Should Your Kids Watch?
The White House has stirred up a lot of controversy in the recent days with plans to air a speech from President Obama to all school children. The speech is scheduled for Tuesday of this coming week when most schools […]
Back To School Checklist For the Single Parent
Yes, it is time to get our kids back on a school schedule. This article is a reminder for some and a very important checklist for the new single parent. I have gathered a lot of suggestions from our SingleDad.com […]
Geography, Fun, & Remembering Family History
Over the past 10 years, we’ve moved from coast to coast in the US and it’s been fun, exhausting and at times stressful on our family and friend connections. I’ve written previously about ways to enhance connectedness within our immediate […]
Education: Discovery for Kids and Dads
Each new school year brings excitement, hope and sometimes, uneasiness for our children. Recently my college-age son and I fell into a conversation that cheap viagra canada lasted the better part of an evening.