Archive for June 2014

Good Ole Fashion Summer Crafting

Summer is in high gear and the kids have been out of school for over a month, but in our house not much has changed.  The kids still go to bed by 8:30 and we still wake up early to go to summer camp while mom and dad work. So how do you make summer…

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On the Road Again: What to Eat

When you are traveling this summer, it’s always a struggle to make sure that your children are eating well. You may feel that drive to slack off a little, because it’s summer! Resist that urge, because this is actually a great time to help your kids learn good habits, and the technology available to us…

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Improv: The Creativity Cultivator

“Yes! And….” This is the golden rule of improvisation. If you have been to Atlanta’s Dad’s Garage, Laughing Matters, or Whole World Theatre or if you’ve watched the popular television show “Whose Line is it Anyway,” you have seen this rule in action. No matter what situation your scene partner throws at you, the correct response…

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Atlanta Box Drop

Everyone at The Children’s Museum is thinking “Outside the Box” these day and today we launched a fun initiative that we’ve been looking forward to for months – “Atlanta Box Drop”. Beginning this morning and leading up to the exhibit’s opening on Saturday, June 14, area families are encouraged to be on the lookout for small,…

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Hey Atlantans! Let's Read, Let's Move!

While many Americans, especially kids, are happy to see the end of the school year, we want to watch out for the big case of summertime blahs that can infect children. Studies have consistently shown that three things have been happening to children over the last few decades: obesity is up and literacy is down,…

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