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PEEP AND THE BIG WIDE WORLD gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science to preschoolers.
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Ukrainian doctor Mykola Avramenko acknowledges that the recent and ongoing challenges his homeland is dealing with are "very, very serious" -- but just as he was half a world away from it late last week, so was his focus.
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Here's a cute and easy Easter card you can make with your preschoolers! This "chick in egg" Easter card makes a lovely keepsake for your children to give to family and friends.
His friend Jackson, 76 years his junior, points out where the 81-year-old's paintbrush went astray on the page.
Depression is the most common mental health problem in the U.S., affecting about 17 million people.
Kenton Morris, 6, runs to his mother after getting off the bus April 7, his first day back at school after a suspension.
If you've been putting off repairing a peeling windowsill, or you're thinking of knocking out a wall, listen up: Check how old your house is.
Campbell MOPS and the Campbell Mom Squad are walking Saturday, April 26 in the March of Dimes March for Babies in San Jose.
Preschoolers had a hoot Thursday at the Port Huron main branch of the St. Clair County Library.
Worldwide sales of Barbie fell 14 percent in the quarter ended March 31, but those of American Girl dolls rose 5 percent.
Humans, like the majority of animals, have the innate capacity to estimate the number of objects in their surroundings.
Speeding in his neighborhood, especially around a corner, is such a problem that Jeremiah Edwards has put up railroad ties, in hopes of keeping cars out of his yard.
Chico >> Egg hunts are the centerpiece of Chico's 51st annual Spring Jamboree Saturday at Caper Acres at the One-Mile Recreation Area in Bidwell Park.
The $1,000 scholarship is available to graduating seniors from Snow Hill High School, as long as the student as already been accepted to an accredited college or university.
During the week of April 21 to the 25, The Kirksville Child Development Center and Kirksville Parks and Recreation Department are collaborating to celebrate the Week of the Young Child.