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Watching what you eat – and monitoring how many cookies your kids are having – can create added stress during an already-stressful holiday season. more

Kitchen Time

Mmm, fresh fruit, yummy smoothies, yogurt fruit parfaits, frozen fruit pops, chocolate dipped fruit, homemade jam, pies, and the list goes on. There is so much you can do with seasonal fresh fruit. more

Kitchen Time

According to a recent study from the Nature Conservancy, 82% of American parents feel that spending time in nature is “very important” to a child’s development, second only to reading. more

Family Fun

Honey bees are our friends. We need them to pollinate our flowers, plants and our nation’s food crops. Honey bees are very important to our environment and our planet. more

Go Green

There are three words your mom can never hear often enough. And yet, the most common gifts that go with these words – flowers and chocolates – can become a little tedious.. So why not surprise mom this time with something she’s not expecting? more

Family Fun

Does Dad like to fish? Have the kids make a Tissue Paper Fish for Dad. It’s a gift he’ll love to display year round, proud that it was made by his loving kids. more

Crafts & DIY

Spring is here and the kids will have fun making these 3-D Egg Carton Daffodils to hang on the fridge for Mother's Day or give to a special relative or friend. more

Crafts & DIY

Many of us have fond memories from our own childhoods of times when we were sent outside to play – mother's orders! Those hours of play and enjoyment in the elements and nature, have helped mold us into the people we are today. more

Go Green

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Montezuma Audubon Center, Savannah

Orioles eat beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, and fruit, such as mulberries and wild black cherries. Orioles are also attracted to oranges, which you can cut in half and set out where they can peck at the juice and pulp. more

Crafts & DIY

Spring is the time when all the creepy crawly little creatures come out to explore. This Egg Carton Caterpillar is a fun and easy project that recycles old egg cartons. more

Crafts & DIY

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