It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” –Frederick Douglass

October 7, 2013
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What an awesome concept here.  Family counselor Michael Gurian, noted for his expertise in brain science, collaborates with Christian psychologist Dr. Gregory Jantz to help parents understand why so many boys are struggling and how parents can protect their son from being just one of the statistics in Raising Boys by Design: What the Bible…

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Getting Your Home Fall Ready

October 3, 2013
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With a changing season comes time to get your home ready for cooler weather. Did you know that preparing your home now for the colder weather can save you lots of money this winter and anguish in the spring? Let’s look at how to get your home ready for the coming cooler months. First and…

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Conquer Fears and Phobias for our Children

October 2, 2013
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Following in the footsteps of Where the Wild Things Are comes Fobie Friends (www.fobiefriends.com). Fobie Friends is the first series of books to address childhood fears in an entertaining, non-clinical way. The books and accompanying plush toys can be used by teachers, counselors, and educators, and the fantasy-like storytelling captures kids' imaginations. One of the…

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Drop the Puck has happened and…now what? NHL labels that’s what!

October 1, 2013
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It’s October 1st and that can only mean one thing, the National Hockey League will release a mass of pucks into the great world of sports.  Moreover, that means that all the Label Daddy fans are the beneficiary of a new license which includes but is not limited to…NHL labels.  Did you read that right? …

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CONNECTING CLASSROOMS WITH UNEXPECTED LOCATIONS AROUND THE GLOBE

September 30, 2013
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On Columbus Day, Monday, October 14th, teacher Amy Rosenstein - who received a Pioneer Award recognizing her innovative use of technology to change teaching and learning - will be available to discuss how technology is opening up the four walls of the classroom and changing the way students are learning today. She'll also outline some…

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Change a Life Program

September 26, 2013
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The “Change a Life Program” trains adults to become a protective factor in the life of a child, assisting those impacted by childhood domestic violence to realize that they are strong and can do anything after what they’ve been through, ultimately breaking the cycle of violence. Your readers can help make a difference by taking…

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~Here comes FALL~

September 25, 2013
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The leaves are starting to change, the mornings are getting colder and the Halloween items are out in full force! This can only mean one thing here in New England.....Here comes Fall, fast and furious!! The Apples are ready to be picked off the tree's and we will be making our apple pies and apple…

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Top Fall Recipes

September 24, 2013
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  This is the time of year I am always looking for some awesome tasty recipes that are comforting and warm.  As the weather cools down, our family starts wanting thicker, and heartier meals that warm your soul as well as your body.  However, I know we tend to wear out our family go to…

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Honey Cake Recipe

September 17, 2013
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I was recently sent a cake mold that had a bee theme. I wanted to try it out, but wasn't sure what the best recipe would be for it. Then I thought...."hmmm something with honey would be awesome". So I looked up honey cake recipe on the internet, and found this recipe. So I made…

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