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zootles_tigers

Zootles Magazine Nurtures Youngsters’ Love of Animals Through Photos, Educational Material

We’re all about animals at our house. My two young children love to watch for “wildlife” in our backyard. Their most treasured books feature animals as the main characters. And their favorite game consists of ...
by Shannon McRae
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parentingearlyyears_june2010

Avoiding the Worst Mistake You Could Ever Make

I shuddered when I first read the cover line: “Avoiding the Simple Mistake That Threatens Children’s Lives.” Since becoming a mom a few years ago, I avoid books, movies and cable news stories that focus on ter...
by Shannon McRae
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yourbigbackyard_april2010

Your Big Backyard Magazine a Great Companion to Child’s Introduction to Nature

I’m lucky to live in an area of the country with a pretty mild climate. It allows my family and I to spend a lot of time outside. Despite all the riding toys, sand tables, bouncing balls and other man-made distractions th...
by Shannon McRae
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parents

Mission Impossible: Quick and Healthy Dinners Your Kids Will Eat

I love it when magazines help me solve problems. And a big problem around our house many nights of the week is what to cook for dinner. What I call “the witching hour” begins around 4 p.m. or so. It’s when bot...
by Shannon McRae
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parentingearlyyears_june2010

Finally! A Parenting Study You Can Feel Good About

Parents are constantly hit with headlines about new research on infants or children. And most findings can make even the best parents feel a twinge of guilt in some form or fashion: Children who watch less television are smarte...
by Shannon McRae
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disneyfamilyfun_april2010

Disney’s FamilyFun Magazine: Real Advice From Real Parents

The first thing I noticed when I read Disney’s FamilyFun magazine for the first time was that there aren’t a lot of lengthy articles. Instead, the magazine is jam-packed with information presented in quick paragraph...
by Shannon McRae
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