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Easy Summer Gardening for Kids

You've probably noticed the Crabapple and Japanese Cherry trees coming to full bloom in your local gardens, during your commute, or from your neighbors porch. Us too!  For the last couple of weeks, we've been  getting our hands dirty in the garden. With warm weather comes fresh sprouts,  beautiful flowers, and our Education Team spending time getting kids of all ages acclimated to the garden. It's important for kids to understand how and where their food comes from so we encourage them to explore the "roots" of their food. There are several  fun activities that can easily be translated to inside your classroom or even in the comfort of your own home - check out some of our favorites below! 

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Beat the Winter Blues

Have you or your kids been feeling a bit grouchy recently? This time of the year is famous for the flu season, but also for the “blue” season. The shortest day of the year (December 21st) has only just past, so it will take our bodies some time to adjust for the missing sunlight. No need to worry, though! We have you covered with some ways to cheer up during these darker days.

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Gratitude: Noticing the Good Things in Your Life

This time of year, we like to take the time to say thanks. Practicing gratitude can enhance your overall happiness and well-being while also keeping you present in the day. It's easy to start to notice and identify the things you are grateful for in your everyday life. Tune in to the small details of your life and notice the good things (a wonderful loved one, a delicious meal, etc) that you might sometimes take for granted.

Here are a few tips to sharing gratitude at any age

Start a Gratitude Journal 

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