The weather has warmed and the summer vacationing season is finally here. As suitcases across the country are being packed with traditional summertime necessities like sunscreen, goggles and favorite books for easy reading, one of the most important things for travelers who have extensive outdoor plans to keep in mind is something they usually . . . → Read More: Tick Prevention Tips While Traveling this Summer
School is out and summer is finally here, which means more time outdoors with the family! Although popular outdoor summertime activities are wonderful family-bonding experiences, they also come with risks we need to be aware of. On behalf of the National Weather Service (NWS) and their lightning expert, John Jensenius, here are some invaluable . . . → Read More: Keep Your Family Safe This Summer
Back at the beginning of May I let you all know about the AMF Summer Unplugged Free Bowling program. And now I have the opportunity to offer one of you an AMF Pizza Bowl Gift Certificate in a giveaway!!! So whether your trying to get out of the heat or the rain, this is . . . → Read More: AMF Pizza Bowl Gift Certificate giveaway
If you’re looking for something to do with your family this summer on days that are too wet or too hot to play outside, AMF’s Summer Unplugged has a great deal for you!
Kids 15 and Under play FREE
• At select AMF centers, kids 15 and under get two free games of bowling . . . → Read More: AMF Free Bowling
What is it like living with autism in a world made for others? With over one million Americans affected, autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disabilities today according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. While early intervention services now exist for acclimating children with autism into school and society, it . . . → Read More: The Children of Raquette Lake: One Summer That Helped Change the Course of Treatment for Autism
Educators say parents of school-age children should start planning now for preventing the dreaded summer slide.
“The ‘summer slide’ is the information and skills children forget during summer break from the end of one school year to the beginning of the next school year,” says Carrie Scheiner, who created Exploracise (www.exploracise.com), to provide parents . . . → Read More: Start Planning Now to Protect Your Kids from the Dual ‘Summer Slide’
Well summer might be over in some parts of the country – but I know the south can still be HOT HOT HOT at this time of the year!
Check out this fun infographic on Keep Cool: 15 ways to beat summer heat. (Click on the image to enlarge)
. . . → Read More: 15 Ways to Beat the Heat