Show LoveA heart a day…

Add a shaped candy to your child’s lunch box every day of the school year. Be sure to stock up during after-Valentine’s Day clearances so you don’t run out.

Heart shaped lunch

Use a large, heart shaped cookie cutter to make heart-shaped sandwiches, toast, and other treats. Your kids will love the shape and that you’ve eliminated the crust.

Educational Activities2

Limiting the time kids spend on the computer in this digital era is a daunting task. But there are plenty of fun educational websites kids will love that make learning a blast. Share these great sites with your kids.

Educational ActivitiesDoes it seem like every time you turn around your home has been taken apart by your little explorer? Don’t despair. It may simply result from an extraordinary desire to learn. Who knows, your child just may be a future scientist, inventor, or leader in the making. So try these fun educational activities to satisfy your child’s inquisitive mind.


Finding healthy, effective approaches to gaining children’s cooperation and improving their behavior isn’t always easy. The tried and true approaches often turn out to be tried and temporary at best, especially for children with behavior problems stemming from attention deficit disorder or other behavior disorders.

Healthy Lunches2

School days mean lunch preparation for many parents. It’s a challenge that many parents struggle to keep healthy. While it’s easy to toss convenient, pre-packaged snacks into your kids’ lunch boxes, those won’t help keep your children healthy and nourished. But it can be expensive to pack things like fresh fruit, only for your child to throw it away or bring it home uneaten — and have some unexpected health costs.