Kiddie Academy in the News!

Kiddie Academy in the News!

Just in time to celebrate Read Across America Day, Mommy’s Memorandum and Momagama Madison are featuring Kiddie Academy’s five family reading tips that might surprise you.      

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Kids’ Party Ideas: Reading and Bookworm Party Themes

Kids’ Party Ideas: Reading and Bookworm Party Themes

What better way to encourage and support the little readers in your family than to host a reading-themed party?  You can use your child’s favorite book, or an overall library book theme as a starting point.  Here are a few ideas for kids’ party ideas with a literary theme. (See links below) The Very Hungry […]

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Mommy, is “___” a bad word?

Mommy, is “___” a bad word?

Lately my daughter has been asking a lot of questions about life and the world around us. Knowing this stage in her life is an inquisitive one; I often take every question in stride and hope I can come up with an intelligent answer. You know, one that will shape her into becoming an exceptional […]

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Because the Little Things Add Up: Saving Money on Work-Related Purchases

Because the Little Things Add Up: Saving Money on Work-Related Purchases

Ever feel like you can’t earn money fast enough to support all the purchases that get you through the work week—like professional clothes, transportation, child care costs and those must-have caffeine boosters? If so, try these cost-cutting strategies. Sign up for a flexible spending account (FSA). A FSA helps defray the cost of child care […]

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Kiddie Academy in the News!

Kiddie Academy in the News!

Kiddie Academy recently developed an infographic for parents providing some great tips on how and why to choose educational toys for their little ones this holiday season. You’ll find it featured here several mommy blogs, as well as a nice local story about a landscaper that works with Kiddie Academy of Phoenixville.

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Raising Your Child to be Generous

Raising Your Child to be Generous

As a parent in today’s pressure-filled world, we are constantly bombarded with messages about teaching our children to be academically prepared, physically fit, culturally aware. But what about old-fashioned traits, like generosity? Surely the world would be a better place if we all learned, from an early age, to be generous. Here are some ways […]

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The toy conundrum

The toy conundrum

As the holidays approach, my parental instincts are starting to sweat a little bit. Every commercial on television reminds me that I’m way behind in my quest to shop for the perfect gift for my kids.  After all, this is TOY season we’re talking about! While I know my kids don’t need anymore “stuff,” I […]

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Sneaking in the good stuff

Sneaking in the good stuff

I’ve wrote about how hard it is to sneak healthy options into my kids daily diet, and I know I’m not alone in this struggle.  I do my best to make sure my family eats a balanced meal at least once a day, but time and time again I find myself cleaning up uneaten vegetables […]

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Halloween Candy Counting Game

Halloween Candy Counting Game

Wondering what to do with all that Halloween candy your kids will be collecting?  Here’s a free Halloween counting activity that you can download from Kiddie Academy. Sneak in a little education this Halloween!  For more math and science activities for kids, visit our Pinterest board!

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Halloween Science Activity

Halloween Science Activity

Halloween is the perfect time to try out some Spooky Science Activities.  Check out Kiddie Academy‘s free downloadable project booklet here for five creepy cool science activities. All are designed to be done with everyday materials and parental supervision (mostly to deal with any messes). Here’s what you’ll find: Bubbling Potion, Creepy Slime, Ghost Writing, Glow-in-the-Dark […]

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