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Labor day doesn't just mean the end of summer fun: it's also a great learning opportunity. Here's how to fit some learning into Labor Day.
As summer swings to an end, the London Olympics are off with a bang! Check out this recommended reading list to spark your child's interest in sports.
Read Across America Day is the world's biggest reading party, celebrated on Dr. Seuss's birthday. Here's why it's important and how to get your kids involved.
Talk with your children about the true history and significance of Memorial Day in the United States.
Want to sneak some learning into Independence Day? Try these fun - and educational - 4th of July activities.
It's Teacher Appreciation Week. What can you do to show your appreciation? The answer is pretty simple.
This essay writing competition could win your family a trip to the Everglades!
President-elect Barack Obama has appointed superintendent of Chicago schools Arne Duncan as the next Secretary of Education.
If you're a reader, you know the irresistible allure a day spent doing nothing but reading. The good news is that on April 12th, you can do just that!
This year (2009), April 20-26 is National TV Turn Off Week, so take advantage of the opportunity to get unplugged and find other things for your family to do!
It's the United Nation's International Day of Peace.  Here are 10 ways for children (and their parents) to observe this special day.
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