Pumpkin carving has come a long way since I was a child in New Brunswick. Carving triangles and a toothy grin into a pumpkin was enough to impress visitors. Now, I’m blown away every year by the talent and creativity behind some truly amazing pumpkin designs. Many of these designs can be easily replicated using […]
By Communicare Face-to-face bullying and cyberbullying by peers can threaten your students’ emotional and physical health and make their schools feel like unsafe environments. And while there’s heightened awareness of the prevalence of bullying in schools and online spaces these days, many students still struggle with reporting bullying—whether they experience it personally or witness the […]
Remember it? The magical anticipation that made Christmas Eve painfully long? If you allow yourself to go back there, I bet you’ll still find that amazing feeling of excitement in your stomach. Helping kids through the torture of time can turn into some Christmas traditions and create memories that you’ll all treasure.
With school back in session, Canadian municipalities, organizations and businesses are imploring parents to stay calm and focused during the chaotic school zone rush hours of drop-off and pick-up. An increase in pedestrian and bicyclist accidents overall in Canada, has resulted in an urgent need for education and awareness.
By Zack Coleman “There is a child out there who will see that it is possible to find his Prince Charming”: Why Media Exec Mathieu Chantelois is Advocating for Change in Children’s Television
By Brent Johnson Canadian gamers can be hard to buy a gift for. There’s a crazy number of choices and just when you think you’ve chosen the perfect thing, you have to try to find it in Canada. As the holidays draw near, it gets even tougher to find the hottest Nintendo Switch accessories in […]
Whether it’s Summer vacation or a pandemic, keeping any child engaged at home for long periods of time can be tough. It’s that much more challenging when you have an academically-advanced child.
Kids can save the planet’s future, if they start thinking about the problems early in their development. Early introduction allows it to become second nature, but awareness can be nurtured at any age.
It’s 3AM and you hear a hoarse whine from your child’s bedroom, “My throat hurts…”
We’d all love to see children reading more books, especially those they can learn from. Giving a book to a child is the easy part. The challenge is getting them to read it. The key to choosing a book they’ll love is to think like they do, based on what they already enjoy.