What’s the right balance between scheduled activities and unstructured time for our kids?
Retiring teachers are an excellent source of insights on how to help our kids thrive
In which spring moved from being something to endure to something to be enjoyed By Ken Partridge I have a love-hate relationship with March break. When I was a youngling, I welcomed the break from the school routine. But it always meant the inevitable return to class and the stories from classmates about their break. […]
The Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is packed with teachings in biology, geology, psychology, archeology, and paleontology, a perfect blend of entertainment and learning. It opened to the public on Jan. 26. The Discovery Centre will host The Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! through March Break, until the end of April.
Sharon, Bram and their top-notch back-up band touch down at the DeCoste Centre on May 11 and at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium on May 12. Both shows start at 2 p.m.
Finding that one piece that fits all the major themes of our 2018 holiday issue
A sign of summer’s end and a return to schedules, routine
It made National Lampoon’s Vacation look tame in comparison
By Ken Partridge Is it wrong to say I’m already looking forward to March break? At the point I’m writing this, many people are still returning from Christmas holidays, but I’m too busy looking ahead. March break was always a great time of year for me. Growing up I was never envious of the kids […]
By Ken Partridge I have a younger brother. He’s smart, hard-working, has a great family and can do many things I would never even think of attempting. I’m proud of everything he has accomplished. What I’m not proud of is how I let him down when we were both much younger. School always came easy […]