Deaf History Month

Celebrating Deaf History Month

March 13th - April 15th is Deaf History Month and there is a lot to celebrate! There is so much that is unknown by the hearing community about the Deaf community. Let's dive in! Are you Deaf or deaf? This seems like a weird question doesn't it? While there are cases where deaf (the lowercase… Continue reading Celebrating Deaf History Month

Activities, Arts and Crafts, Children, Early Childhood Education, Family, Family Moments, Kids

Johnny Appleseed Day Art Activity

Most everyone knows of the legend of Johnny Appleseed. For those that don't, he was a folk hero and pioneer apple farmer during the 1800s. The legend is based on the real life work of John Chapman. All he wanted to do was to grow enough apple trees so that no one would ever go… Continue reading Johnny Appleseed Day Art Activity

Women's History Month

Celebrating Prominent Women in History

March is Women's History Month! A time to look back on prominent women in history and their contributions to the worlds and their specific fields. Here are some important women that we want to highlight this year! Important Women in History Jane Addams Jane Addams was a front line progressive social reformer and activist in… Continue reading Celebrating Prominent Women in History

Activities, Family Activities, Seasons, Spring

World Wildlife Day: Celebration and Awareness

March 3rd is World Wildlife Day, a day dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the worlds wild animals and plants. Every year, World Wildlife Day is given a theme and this year that theme is "Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet." The focus is to bring awareness to the role that our forests… Continue reading World Wildlife Day: Celebration and Awareness

Activities, Early Childhood Education, Family Activities, Reading Rocks

Pull Out the Books, It’s Read Across America Day

Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2, which also happens to be Dr. Seuss' birthday! It was first celebrated in 1998 and has been an annual occurrence ever since. This day is meant to help get children and young adults excited about reading! Reading is one of the most important activities to do… Continue reading Pull Out the Books, It’s Read Across America Day