Tips to Un-Distance Distance Learning
Tips to Un-Distance Distance Learning

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  • Networking with other distance learning parents can help everyone feel less overwhelmed.
  • There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to the challenges of distance learning.
  • Be patient with yourself and your child as you navigate distance learning through this pandemic.
7 Ways To Prepare Your Kids To Return To School During A Pandemic
7 Ways To Prepare Your Kids To Return To School During A Pandemic

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  • Preparing your kids to go back to school during a pandemic is uncharted territory.
  • Handwashing, hand sanitizing, physical distancing, mask wearing, and limiting sharing supplies are all necessary for a safe return.
  • If your child is sick or has been exposed to Covid-19, keep them home.
Can Active Video Games and ‘Exergames’ Replace Exercise?
Can Active Video Games and ‘Exergames’ Replace Exercise?

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  • Active video games do not boost children’s overall activity levels.
  • Study follows 78 children for 12 weeks to find out if active video games increase physical activity.
  • Active video games do have some advantages, but studies suggest they are not an effective way for children to get their 60 minutes of physical activity a day.
Post-Holiday Healthy Snack Ideas
Post-Holiday Healthy Snack Ideas

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  • You can get back to healthy eating even if junk food has infiltrated your home over the holidays.
  • Get your family back on track track with wholesome snack options that will help them recharge.
  • Toss the candy and junk food and replace it with helathy and wholesome alternatives.
Cooking for Picky Eaters
Cooking for Picky Eaters

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  • Selective eaters are likely lacking many of the vitamins and minerals needed for good health. 
  • Being creative with food choices and presentation can entice your picky eater to try something new.
  • With time, patience, and repeated opportunities to try new foods, picky eating may go by the wayside.
8 Ways to Tame the Screen Time Beast
8 Ways to Tame the Screen Time Beast

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  • Too much screen time has been linked to numerous wide-ranging side effects.
  • Setting time limits and monitoring them isn't easy—even with devices made to assist. Instead, try practical limits.
  • When breaking a habit, it helps to fill the void with positive things like sports, books and physical play.
2018 Walk-in Flu Shot Clinics
2018 Walk-in Flu Shot Clinics

The flu vaccine is important. It can save your family time, money, and may even save the life of someone you love. Flu killed approximately 80,000 people in the United States last flu season, according to the CDC. That record-setting number doesn’t take into account hospitalizations, doctor visits, or days missed at work or school. … Continue reading “2018 Walk-in Flu Shot Clinics”

How can I get my kids to school on time?
How can I get my kids to school on time?

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  • With a little planning, mornings can become a time of peace and relaxation.
  • Tackling the next day's tasks the night before to reduce stress in the morning.
  • Use the extra time to bond with your family and leave home with a positive mindset.
Ten Ways to Get Your Kids (and yourself) into Biking
Ten Ways to Get Your Kids (and yourself) into Biking
  • Biking is a great fitness activity for all ages, and Utah has a rich cycling community.
  • Family bike riding is not only possible the whole family, but an excellent way to bond and foster a love of fitness.
  • Teach children the rules of the road for safe cycling.
Dirty Tricks for Clean Eating
Dirty Tricks for Clean Eating

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  • Be and creative in how you introduce new flavors, using purees and other tricks.
  • Keep an open mind and allow kids some autonomy to choose and adapt to new foods over time.
  • Make subtle changes to keep family favorites, but with less sugar and more fun.

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