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Making homework count

Making homework count

It’s rare for children to get excited about homework. Really, can you blame them? Children spend the majority of their day at school learning behind a desk. Having to do more schoolwork when they arrive home makes no sense. They want a break from their books, essays and lesson plans. So why do teachers assign homework? Is it necessary? And how much is too much?

Mom-Invented FunBites Wins National Parenting Award

Mom-Invented FunBites Wins National Parenting Award

FunBites, a must-have kitchen tool for parents, announced that it has received a 2016 National Parenting Product Awards (NAPPA) seal of approval. This marks its third award from the prestigious evaluation program that enlists the help of independent judges and family testers to choose only the most entertaining, safe, and quality products to receive the coveted seal.

Zack’s Make-A-Wish

Zack’s Make-A-Wish

When Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia first met local Pittsburgh boy, Zack, he was a bright-eyed, five-year-old battling Rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form on cancer that causes tumors in muscles.

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