list of free summer reading programs for kids

List of free summer reading programs for kids; national listing + Philadelphia area highlights.

Ah summer…I’m already daydreaming about it. But, as any teacher will tell you–students do lose traction and knowledge from the time off during the summer and it takes several weeks in the fall to get back into the groove. Every parent should encourage their child to be a reader. Sure, for some kids, reading is […]

10 recipes for homemade playdough and 10 ways to use it educationally with kids

10 playdough recipes to make your own plus 10 ways to use playdough to make it therapeutic and educational for kids of all ages

Playdough is such a great thing. It has so many uses. Store bought playdough can usually be found for around $1 for an average size can of it. But you can make it at home for much less than that and using food ingredients might be safer if you have a child who mouths things. […]

Overcoming disabilities with technology during the Connect Ability Challenge #Connectability

Introducing the AT&T NYU Connect Ability Challenge- a three-month global software development competition leveraging mobile and wireless technologies to improve the lives of people living with disabilities.

I was recently asked to help promote the Connect Ability Challenge. It looks like an amazing experience and opportunity, so please pass it along to anyone who may be interested. Their information is below.   Between now and June 24th, AT&T and NYU are hosting the Connect Ability Challenge – a global design competition leveraging […]

finally finding answers and a plan for making money on your blog

Want to see real results from your blogging efforts? I can't recommend this enough.

Author’s note: I originally published this post in November of 2014 but I am updating it and republishing it since the Spring 2015 EBA enrollment period is April 14-21. I will tell you what has changed and what is different in the post. Let me tell you about the best money I’ve spent this year. […]