Posts Tagged
‘Holiday’

January 14, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Holiday, Message, Monk, Shaolin

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Categories: autism

Today’s post is a bit unusual. It’s not about autism or Covid or those things. It is a directional and trusting message from a Shaolin monk. Put on your headphones, plug in your earbuds, listen on any device while you get down to your Saturday chores. My interpretation after first viewing was to recall a […]

December 28, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Gift, Giving, Holiday, Routine

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Categories: adhd

Have you ever played Jenga? You build a tower from wooden blocks, then the players take turns taking a block from the middle and placing it on it. At some point someone removes the one who lets everything fall over. In short, that’s ADHD kids and school holidays! You want to play – and win […]

December 11, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Holiday, kids, Parents, Season, Unvaccinated

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Categories: Parenting

Many parents of young children are considering hosting holiday events again this year, a decision that was not taken lightly. As a therapist, I have sat with many people who have cried over this decision. Sometimes, at night, when my sessions are over, my children are sleeping, I am scrubbing dishes or folding laundry, I […]

December 9, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: BudgetFriendly, Holiday, Pro, Season, Tips

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Categories: Parenting

The holiday season is a time of generosity, love and – well, lots of financial issues, especially for parents who may be feeling the burden of the holiday. For some communities, financial constraints can be more difficult, especially during an economic downturn like the one we are currently experiencing. When it comes to mothers, a […]

December 7, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Holiday, Omicron, Pressing, questions, Travel

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Categories: Parenting

Vacation travel suddenly feels tense as the world waits for new information on the portability and virulence of the new variant of the coronavirus. Scientists are trying to determine if current vaccines offer protection against Omicron, but many families and other travelers now may need to consider a variety of factors before heading out to […]

If you’re separated or divorced and share custody with your ex-spouse, the upcoming holiday season may be something to fear instead of looking forward to. It doesn’t have to be if you focus your efforts on keeping your emotions in check and prioritizing your children’s needs. Like anything else that is meaningful and worthwhile, successful […]

December 4, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: adding, alFitr, Anne, Arundel, board, calendar, County, Day, education, Eid, Holiday, School

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Categories: Special needs education

The policy was that if Labor Day falls on September 5 or later, the school year begins on the previous Monday; If Labor Day falls on or before September 4, the school year should begin on the day after Labor Day. Labor Day fell on Monday, September 5th this year, leading to the start of […]

December 3, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Bazaar, Classrooms, designed, education, EHS, Holiday, special

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Categories: Special needs education

A new holiday bazaar and craft fair will take over the community area of ​​Elizabethtown High School on Saturday to raise funds for special needs classrooms. Admission to the event, which takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., is free Emily Ede, special education teacher at Panther Academy, said the new event was supposed […]