10 Super Reasons Why Kids Need A Tree House

  TREEHOUSE A treehouse, a free house, A secret you and me house, A high up in the leafy branches Cozy as can be house. A street house, a neat house, Be sure to wipe your feet house Is not my kind of house at all- Let’s go live in a treehouse.” Shel Silverstein, Where…

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Why do Kids Love and Need Tall Tales?

Tall tales may have their origins around frontier campfires in the 1800s. Perhaps they began as “bragging contests” among the tough pioneers who were exploring the Wild West. And the stories kept getting wilder. Tall tales are essentially stories and storytelling can help kids solve problems, deal with stressful situations, and increase inner harmony. Tall…

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HELPING KIDS CELEBRATE LEWIS CARROLL’S BIRTHDAY

Duke and Daisy share birthday fun for the author of the classic children’s book, Alice in Wonderland. They like Alice Wonderland’s things to help kids learn from the fun experience when Alice falls down the Rabbit Hole. Such lessons: 1.) Without taking a risk, you don’t grow. 2) Discover who you really are. 3) Accept…

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3 Ways Journal Writing Helps Your Kids with Personal Growth

It’s winter, and your kids may be home more because of remote learning. Duke and Daisy spent their time to find something that will help your kids feel better and have some fun while they’re spending more time indoors and away from their everyday lifestyles. They’re enthused to help kids spend time writing in a…

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WHY EXPLORING RED RIDING HOOD WILL MAKE KIDS’ LIVES BETTER?

Duke and Daisy sometimes visit an enchanting fairy forest where they met a special friend that most kids know.     Kids from many generations have learned and had fun with this wonderful young girl. Red Riding Hood first appeared in the 1600s. And Duke and Daisy agree with Charles Perrault, the original author, who…

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