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My oldest is ready to start high school in the fall and my youngest is going to be in third grade. With three kids, I know that each of them will have their own big dreams and I want...
As a mother and teacher, I am constantly trying to keep up on the latest books in publication. I love discovering books that tell a good story and teach a valuable lesson. I recently purchased The World Needs More...
February is Black History Month. Several Iowa City based organizations and institutions are offering events, screenings, and series to educate the community about the important history of Black Americans. Below is a round up of Black History Month events for...
What Is a KiwiCo Subscription Box? KiwiCo is S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) monthly subscription boxes for kids of all ages. Crates & Ages Panda Crate (Explore & Discovery): 0-24 months Koala Crate (Play & Learn): 2-4 years...
Inauguration Day is January 20, which falls on a Wednesday in 2021. This can be a great opportunity to learn about our nation, watch history in-the-making, and celebrate together as a family. Here is a list of fun and...
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Winter is upon us. Not just any winter, but winter 2020! Typically during the colder months we run off excess energy at local museums, indoor play spaces and malls, but just like every other part of 2020, this winter...

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