Editor’s Note: If you’re grand kids are like mine, Mac & Cheese is one of their favorite foods. Now after reading this about the chemicals they add to this product and the detrimental effects on children, we’re shocked. Please read the following and learn what you can do.
You probably know Kraft Macaroni [...]
At one time or another, most of us have experienced or heard about computers doing funny things. Some people can become anxious when they contemplate using computers and fear they do not have the knowledge or ability to do so.
Lack of computer experience is one of the most obvious reasons for this [...]
Editor’s Note: As over seven million children in America are being raised full time by Grandmas and Grandpas and tens of millions more are being cared for daily by their grandparents, we offer this information from the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
Did you know that March is National Reading Month? Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) [...]
Would you cast a free e-vote to make a more humane world? Just click here: http://giveforyouth.maker.good.is/projects/humane-heroes and vote (you will need to fill out your name) and you support American Humane Association and the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation’s new nationwide afterschool program to teach children to value all living things: America’s Children to Help Build [...]
Editor’s Note: We wanted to reprint this eulogy for Aaron Swartz, as he was someone’s grandson and he deserved to live a long and productive life. Suicide by young people is rising especially in the military.
Aaron Swartz was an internet leader and free-speech advocate. He helped organize the worldwide movement to keep [...]
The following rhyme encourages grandparents to make reading-aloud to their grandchildren part of the bedtime routine. Titles of favorite read-aloud books for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers are shown in italics.
By Susan Marx Let’s read a book Together to settle you down, Time for Bed in your cozy jammies or nightgown. Sleep time for [...]
With the Oscars just around the corner, Americans are rushing to see the films that critics have been raving about for months. Some of our families in the Touro University Worldwide (TUW) Marriage & Family Therapy Department reviewed a few of this year’s Oscar Nominees and the family lessons that can be [...]