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Cherish your family bonding moments

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Having children is a real blessing, but sometimes, our busy lives make us feel that we don’t spend as much time as we can with our children. All parents try hard to make time each day to have fun together with their little ones, because those moments will be precious memories for them and you

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Let Scream Ice Cream!

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On Wednesday April 22 Playcious hosted their first “LET’S SCREAM ICE CREAM” event! Everyone who came to Playcious to play from 5pm – 7pm received a frozen sweet treat! ****** ******** Since the event was a success, Playcious has decided to make EVERY WEDNESDAY A LET’S SCREAM ICE CREAM EVENT (click the title above to

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RECAP: Mother’s Day at Playcious!

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On Sunday May 10th 2015, Playcious decided to spoil all of our Playcious Mother’s to a fun afternoon at Playcious. The day began with free time in our HUGE play area, then we moved to the party rooms where our Playcious Players designed their own special Mother’s Day picture frame for their wonderful Mother’s. As

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10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Kids

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You probably wouldn’t use old-school phrases like “Wait until your father gets home” or “I wish you were more like your sister” with your kids. But there are lots of less obvious ones that you should avoid, for their sake and yours. 1. “Great Job.” Research has shown that tossing out a generic phrase like

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Kian at Playcious

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Playcious Big Slide

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4 Ways to Package Gift Cards for Teachers

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Personalize a go-to gift with a fun presentation and a goofy message. 1. For a coffee shop card: “Thanks a latte!” or “You’re tea-rrific!” written on a cup sleeve. 2. For a bookstore card: “So glad you’re in this chapter of our lives!” given with a handmade bookmark. 3. For an office-supply store card: “Supplies!

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Plan a Stress-Free Holiday

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5 “Jobs” for Keeping Kids Busy Games and coloring pages are great, but bouncing-off-the-walls kids might settle down more happily with something useful to do (all the better if it means one of your preholiday tasks gets done). Centerpiece creation: Give each child a pillar candle set on an aluminum pie plate, and have her

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An On-the-Go Conversation Game

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A few years back, my daughter, Devin, then age 8, stopped talking to me after school. “How was your day, honey?” I’d ask as she climbed into the backseat. “Good.” “What did you do?” “Nothing.” “Nothing?” “Nothing.” “But it was good?” “Yessssss, Mommy.” The more I lobbed questions her way, the more she shut down,

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5 Real-World Issues That Worry Young Kids

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From an adult perspective, the life of a young child may look like pure bliss. But in reality, today’s kids live with many big issues that provoke fear and anxiety, depending on their circumstances. Here are five worries that can rock your child’s world — and how to help him cope. Bullying The cruelty kids

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