99
leahlefler profile image

leahlefler

Apprenticeship Alum

Joined 3 years ago from Western New York. Last activity 36 hours ago.

258

582

21

+Leah Lefler lives in Western New York, but was born in the warm and wonderful Newport Beach, California. Graduating from the University of California, Irvine in 1999 with a biology degree, she obtained a position as a manufacturing chemist with a biotechnology company in Ventura, California.

Outsourcing of the company led to an adventurous year in Ireland, transferring the technology to the new manufacturing site. Following this contracted year abroad, Leah and her husband transferred to the company's Western New York site.

After having two sons in the space of two years, Leah quit work to stay at home and put her energies into teaching both boys how to listen and speak. Matthew, born in 2005, had a severe speech delay and had only 2 words at the age of two-and-a-half. Nolan, born in 2007, has a congenital mild/moderate hearing loss, which has since progressed to a moderately severe hearing loss.

After pursuing intensive years of speech and auditory therapy, both boys have above-average speech and language skills.

Leah now writes freelance articles from home, in the rare "free time" that mothers of young children infrequently enjoy.

Hubpages is a wonderful platform for publishing articles, with the ability to earn revenue on the side. Interested? Join now!

Disclosure: Leahlefler is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program (among others), an affiliate advertising program designed to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. 

My Content: Hubs, Answers, and Forums

Show: All
  • All
  • Education and Science (1)
  • HubPages Tutorials and Community (17)
  • Sports and Recreation (1)
  • Technology (1)
  • Travel and Places (1)
  • All
  • Education and Science (1)
  • All
  • Arts and Design (18)
  • Autos (2)
  • Books, Literature, and Writing (1)
  • Business and Employment (4)
  • Education and Science (37)
  • Entertainment and Media (2)
  • Family and Parenting (11)
  • Fashion and Beauty (1)
  • Food and Cooking (39)
  • Games, Toys, and Hobbies (9)
  • Health (62)
  • Holidays and Celebrations (2)
  • Home (24)
  • Personal Finance (2)
  • Pets and Animals (7)
  • Sports and Recreation (6)
  • Technology (1)
  • Travel and Places (21)
  • 2

    How to Make a Predator Proof Chicken Coop

    2 days ago

    Prevent predators from entering and killing your chickens by creating a predator-proof chicken coop and chicken run.

  • 4

    Candy Geode Recipe

    12 days ago

    Create an edible, candy geode with this recipe that uses simple sugar crystals and chocolate.

  • 57

    The Best Backyard Chicken Breeds

    2 weeks ago

    The best backyard chicken breeds are friendly and provide a sufficient quantity of eggs. Breeds such as the Silver Gray Dorking and Buff Orpington are excellent choices for a backyard flock.

  • 4

    How to Fly Model Rockets

    12 months ago

    Learn about the materials needed to fly a model rocket for the first time. Ready-to-fly rocket kits are fun for the entire family!

  • 24

    How to Play the "Steal the Bacon" Children's Game

    13 months ago

    Basic rules for playing Steal the Bacon, a fun game for a large group of children. Academic variations are listed to add an educational twist.

  • 6

    Outer Space Bedroom Decorating Ideas

    16 months ago

    Creative ways to create an outer space or Star Wars themed bedroom.

  • 0

    Supraglottoplasty Surgery for Laryngomalacia: What to Expect

    16 months ago

    Surgery is typically performed for severe laryngomalacia when sleep apnea or growth failure are present. What to expect when your child has a supraglottoplasty or epiglottopexy.

  • 6

    FAQs About Childrens' Vision

    16 months ago

    Questions and answers about children's vision, including when a child should have a first eye exam and symptoms of vision problems in infants and children.

  • 10

    Sweat Test for Cystic Fibrosis

    16 months ago

    The sweat chloride test for Cystic Fibrosis measures chloride ions in an individual's sweat - a positive result indicates the presence of Cystic Fibrosis..

  • 8

    Tonsillectomy Recovery in Children

    17 months ago

    While tonsillectomies are relatively common, the recovery is grueling and longer than many parents expect it to be. What to expect after a tonsillectomy in children.

  • 16

    Earliest Blooming Spring Bulbs

    17 months ago

    What bulbs bloom first in spring? Find the best, early blooming spring bulbs to pack a punch of color in the garden as the snow begins to melt.

  • 6

    Rabies in Humans: Symptoms and Treatment

    3 weeks ago

    Rabies is found throughout the world, caused by lyssavirus that is transmitted through bite wounds. The disease is now treatable, though the success rates vary immensely.

  • 50

    Supervolcanoes Around the World

    3 weeks ago

    Where are the world's supervolcanoes? The Western United States, Italy, New Zealand, and Asia all contain volcanoes capable of catastrophic eruptions.

  • 14

    The Best Space Books for Kids

    18 months ago

    The best, most up-to-date books about planets and space for children in the elementary school age range.

  • 6

    Best Exercises During Pregnancy

    14 months ago

    Discover the best, safe exercises during pregnancy to keep your body healthy.

  • 16

    What is Sleep Architecture?

    14 months ago

    Sleep architecture is the amount of time spent in each sleep cycle. Abnormal architecture may be caused by sleep disordered breathing, periodic leg movements, or other sleep disorders.

  • 10

    Huffy Green Machine Bike Reviews

    7 months ago

    The Green Machine Big Wheel is a bike that allows for spins and slides, and offers a great deal of fun for kids (and even adults)!

  • 16

    How to Get Your Children to School on Time

    14 months ago

    Chronic lateness is a problem experienced by many families - learn how to get your children ready for school on time, every time!

  • 16

    How to Make Homemade Carpet Cleaner

    14 months ago

    Treat your carpet stains with simple and inexpensive homemade carpet cleaning solutions.

  • 6

    Tips for Preventing Heartburn During Pregnancy

    20 months ago

    Prevent heartburn in pregnancy by avoiding fatty foods, caffeine, and elevating the head of your bed. Ginger and calcium carbonate (Tums) are effective at alleviating acid reflux symptoms!

  • 2

    The Best Ovulation Predictor Kits

    20 months ago

    Pink dye ovulation testing kits, digital kits, and a fertility monitor system are available to help women pinpoint ovulation. Learn about the pros and cons of each testing system.

  • 14

    Pink Lakes Around the World

    20 months ago

    There are several pink lakes around the globe, caused by a high level of salinity and the growth of archaea that produce a rosy color to the water.

  • 6

    Immunizations for Infants and Toddlers

    20 months ago

    What vaccinations are recommended for babies and young children now? Hepatitis A and Rotavirus are important new additions to the vaccination schedule.

  • 16

    Video How to Make a Salt-Dough Volcano

    20 months ago

    Make a baking soda volcano in this classic science project for kids.

  • 2

    Tubal Pregnancy and Ectopic hCG Levels

    7 months ago

    Slow rising hCG levels may indicate an ectopic pregnancy. Normal pregnancies should demonstrate a hormone doubling time of 48-72 hours.

  • 12

    Video Holiday White Fudge Recipe

    21 months ago

    This easy white fudge does not require a candy thermometer - perfect for an easy holiday treat!

  • 18

    Video How to Make a Cookie Cutter Bird Feeder

    21 months ago

    Create a shaped bird feeder by using cookie cutters, bird seed, and gelatin. This fun craft teaches children about nature and will attract birds to your yard.

  • 2

    What to Expect in the 11th Week of Pregnancy

    21 months ago

    Many women experience a reduction in nausea and an increase in energy in the 11th week of pregnancy. The first trimester screening test will be offered sometime between 11-13 weeks of pregnancy.

  • 0

    What to Expect in the 10th Week of Pregnancy

    21 months ago

    The baby is no longer an embryo in the 10th week of pregnancy. With most of the organ systems in place, the baby is now termed a "fetus." The 10th week of pregnancy is a busy time for both mom and baby!

  • 14

    Video How to Make Fresh Pumpkin Puree

    21 months ago

    Make a pumpkin pie from scratch: this video recipe demonstrates how to make puree from fresh pumpkins.

  • 12

    Sea World, San Diego: Show and Attraction Review

    21 months ago

    A review of the Sea World resort in San Diego, with pictures and descriptions of the rides, shows, and other attractions in the park.

  • 10

    Legoland California Review

    21 months ago

    Legoland California is a great amusement park designed for families with children under the age of 12. A review of the theme park rides and attractions.

  • 20

    Things to Do in Washington, DC with Kids

    21 months ago

    Washington, D.C. is a fantastic city to visit with children. Take the metro and discover the best Smithsonian museums, monuments, and other kid-friendly attractions in our nation's capital.

  • 2

    What to Expect in the 9th Week of Pregnancy

    21 months ago

    At nine weeks of pregnancy, baby is about the size of a grape or an olive. The baby is moving constantly, though these movements cannot be felt yet, as the baby is too small to generate a lot of force with those kicks!

  • 2

    What to Expect in the 8th Week of Pregnancy

    13 months ago

    At 8 weeks of pregnancy, morning sickness, heartburn, and other symptoms are often present. The embryo begins to form a facial profile and fingers and toes start to appear!

  • 2

    What to Expect in the 7th Week of Pregnancy

    22 months ago

    What happens in the seventh week of pregnancy? Pregnancy symptoms like nausea become more pronounced during this week. The baby is developing many different organ systems, including eyelids and hands!

  • 2

    What to Expect in the 6th Week of Pregnancy

    22 months ago

    The sixth week of pregnancy is an exciting one: the baby's umbilical cord starts to develop and the heart starts to beat! Many women have their first doctor's appointment at this stage of pregnancy.

  • 11

    What to Expect in the 5th Week of Pregnancy

    22 months ago

    What happens during the fifth week of pregnancy? The spherical bundle of cells undergoes a radical transformation in the fifth week of pregnancy, developing the three layers that will create all of the baby's organs.

  • 10

    How to Conceive: Natural Fertility Aids

    22 months ago

    There are many natural treatments for fertility, including Vitex, soy isoflavones, and maca root. Learn about the common dosages used by women trying to conceive!

  • 8

    What to Expect in the 4th Week of Pregnancy

    2 weeks ago

    Congratulations! At four weeks of pregnancy, most new mothers are just discovering they are pregnant with a home pregnancy test. What to expect in this week of pregnancy.

  • 30

    Using Cardboard Tubes for Toddler Toys

    23 months ago

    Recycle toilet paper rolls into binoculars, a kazoo, race tracks, marble runs, and other fun toys for toddlers. These inexpensive crafts will inspire a lot of imaginative play!

  • 23

    How to Roast Sunflower Seeds

    23 months ago

    It is easy to grow your own sunflower seeds. Home grown seeds are organic, and sunflower seeds are an extremely healthy snack that can lower blood pressure and reduce inflammation in the body. How to harvest and roast...

  • 15

    How to Reduce a Child's Fever

    2 weeks ago

    Fevers are a body's natural method for fighting of viral or bacterial infections. Sometimes, however, it is necessary to lower a fever - a combination of fever reducing medications and natural fever reducers may be used...

  • 2

    Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss

    18 months ago

    Miscarriage is a surprisingly frequent occurrence in early pregnancy. Learn the signs of a threatened miscarriage - and the chances of having a healthy pregnancy after a loss.

  • 16

    Spotting - Questions and Answers on Pregnancy Spotting

    23 months ago

    Spotting in pregnancy occurs in up to 1/3 of all pregnant women. What is normal,and what implies a problem with the pregnancy? Does spotting mean a miscarriage will occur? Questions and answers about bleeding in early...

  • 10

    The Most Accurate Pregnancy Tests

    23 months ago

    The most accurate pregnancy test is a quantitative blood test, ordered by your doctor. Home urine tests are increasingly sensitive to low levels of hCG, and some may detect pregnancy as early as six days before a missed...

  • 4

    What to Expect in the 39th Week of Pregnancy

    23 months ago

    Get ready for baby - 39 weeks of pregnancy is the last week until your official due date. Your baby is full-term and gaining weight, while you become more uncomfortable!

  • 22

    Delayed Gastric Emptying in Children: Our Family's Experience

    23 months ago

    Delayed gastric emptying, or gastroparesis, causes bloating and a feeling of being "full," even when a small amount of food is consumed. The disorder ranges in severity and can be extremely debilitating for...

  • 8

    Video English Muffin Recipe

    23 months ago

    This easy English muffin recipe makes a delightful breakfast staple. With only seven ingredients, this bread recipe is easy to prepare and will be loved by everyone!

  • 18

    What Do You Need for a New Baby?

    23 months ago

    What do you really need for your newborn baby? There are many products on the market, many of which you'll never use. A checklist of items you will need before you bring your baby home!

  • 10

    What Causes Morning Sickness?

    9 months ago

    What is the reason behind morning sickness? The extreme nausea felt in early pregnancy has a purpose: to protect the fragile, developing embryo from environmental toxins.

  • 4

    von Willebrand's Disease in Dogs

    23 months ago

    von Willebrand's Disease is the most common clotting disorder in dogs. There are three types of the disorder. The first type of vWD is the most common, and the mildest, of the disorders.

  • 54

    Fall Garden Tasks

    23 months ago

    Putting the garden to bed for the winter is an important gardening task. Clearing up debris, cutting back perennials, composting, and mulching will create a healthier spring garden!

  • 12

    Bacterial and Viral Infections and Miscarriage

    20 months ago

    Infectious diseases can cause harm to a developing baby, and may even result in miscarriage or stillbirth. Many of these diseases are preventable: learn how to avoid infection during your pregnancy.

  • 15

    Dog Allergies: Bee Sting Reactions and Treatment

    23 months ago

    Know how to give your dog allergy medication in the event of an allergic reaction to bee stings. This knowledge could buy your dog time and save his life!

  • 9

    What is the Cochlea?

    3 weeks ago

    The cochlea is located in the inner ear and is the main hearing organ. Outer and inner hair cells detect and transmit information about sound volume and frequency to the auditory nerve.

  • 14

    Learning Games for Teaching Alphabet and Language Skills

    24 months ago

    Make your own ABC window clings and go fishing for letters and words to learn basic alphabet skills. Throw away the workbooks and learn with hands-on activities!

  • 9

    Stages of Prenatal Development

    24 months ago

    Human babies develop from a single, fertilized cell to a full term infant in the course of forty weeks. Learn about the stages of prenatal development from the first signs of pregnancy through birth.

  • 18

    Review of The Disneyland Resort in California

    12 months ago

    The Disneyland Resort is a wonderful theme park destination for families. This resort is clean, has rides the entire family can enjoy together, and creates magical memories for all who visit.

  • 31

    Video How to Make Seedling Pots from Cardboard Tubes

    2 years ago

    Recycle leftover toilet paper tubes or paper towel tubes into seedling pots. These handy seed starters allow gardeners to get a jump on the growing season by starting seeds indoors!

  • 4

    Hearing Loss and Assistive Listening Devices

    2 years ago

    Hearing in the presence of background noise or from a distance is frustrating for those with hearing loss. The use of assistive listening devices (ALD's) increases sound quality for a variety of applications.

  • 6

    Eye Safety for Halloween

    24 months ago

    Eye injuries from Halloween contact lenses, costume props like swords and spears, and blindness resulting from hair dye used on eyebrows are a significant concern this holiday season. Prevent blindness and keep your...

  • 8

    What Are the Semicircular Ear Canals?

    2 years ago

    The semicircular canals are located in the inner ear and are responsible for detecting motion and acceleration. Disorders of the vestibular system include Meniere's Disease and Benign Peroxysmal Positional Vertigo.

  • 12

    Delays in Toddler Language Development

    18 months ago

    Speech and language delays are a concern for many parents, who wonder if their child is simply a "late talker"or if there is a true language disorder present. Learn the signs of a language delay: early...

  • 10

    How to Make Soil Less Acidic

    2 years ago

    Acidic soil will cause growth failure in plants, as they are unable to take up the necessary nutrients to thrive. Increase soil pH by adding lime or wood ashes, at the appropriate time of year!

  • 20

    Parthenogenesis: Virgin Births in Nature

    2 years ago

    Parthenogenesis is the development of an egg into a complete organism without the need for fertilization by a male. This process is responsible for "virgin births" in the animal world and has been recorded in...

  • 24

    What Are Stem Cells?

    9 months ago

    What are stem cells, and why are they controversial? This article discusses the source of embryonic and adult stem cells, in addition to potential and current therapies.

  • 12

    Types of Dutch Ovens

    20 months ago

    Dutch ovens are steeped in American history - these heavy-duty casserole dishes were used by early colonial settlers. Modern ovens are enamel-coated for less maintenance. All Dutch ovens use dry heat to cook fantastic...

  • 22

    The Pros and Cons of Ceramic Knives

    2 years ago

    Ceramic knives maintain a sharp edge and are extremely useful for cutting fruits and vegetables. The knives are not, however, universal kitchen knives and may not be used to cut frozen food or through bone.

  • 20

    Activities on the American Side of Niagara Falls

    2 weeks ago

    There are many outdoor activities available on the American side of Niagara Falls, including hikes, jet boats, an ancient military fort, and helicopter rides.

  • 20

    How to Grow Sweet Corn in Your Backyard

    2 years ago

    Corn is an easy plant to grow in your backyard. Learn how to find the right seed variety for the best flavor, and how to tell when corn is ripe!

  • 46

    Picky Eaters: When to Worry about Your Child’s Nutrition

    15 months ago

    What is the difference between picky eating and a feeding problem? Learn the top ten signs that signal the need for medical investigation of picky eating in children.

  • 12

    How to Find Fossils

    2 years ago

    Where are fossils located in America? Learn how to identify where fossils are found, how fossils form, and what you need to get fossils out of the surrounding stone.

  • 26

    Outdoor Activities in the Finger Lakes

    3 weeks ago

    There are many outdoor activities in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing, geocaching, and pick-your-own farms are abundant in this natural playground.

  • 10

    Conductive Hearing Loss Causes and Treatment

    2 years ago

    Conductive hearing loss is generally correctable through surgery or medication. In some cases, a bone anchored hearing aid solution may be required. Learn about the causes and treatment options for this type of hearing...

  • 24

    The Best Strollers for Big Kids

    18 months ago

    Sometimes a stroller is needed for an older, larger child. This article reviews different stroller types for big kids, and provides examples of stroller alternatives, jogging strollers, and large umbrella strollers.

  • 32

    French Bread Recipe: How to Make French Bread from Scratch

    23 months ago

    Make your own French Bread with some flour, salt, yeast, water, and a little sugar and vegetable oil. This recipe makes two baguettes that may be used as a side to a hearty soup, as crostini, or sliced and used to make...

  • 36

    Wacky Cake: A Dairy Free Cake Recipe

    2 years ago

    This dairy free chocolate cake recipe heralds from the Great Depression, when milk, butter, and eggs were too expensive for use in desserts. Wacky cake is vegan and dairy free.

  • 14

    Chicken Rice Bowl Recipe with Stir Fried Vegetables

    2 years ago

    Love the taste of stir fry? Try this easy chicken rice bowl recipe! Marinated, baked chicken is added to stir fried vegetables and rice for a delicious dinner recipe. Chicken stir fry rice bowls are an excellent meal...

  • 19

    Easy Pasta Salad Recipe with Italian Dressing

    2 years ago

    This simple pasta salad recipe is a traditional side dish at picnics and summer potlucks. This dish takes less than 30 minutes to prepare, making it the perfect last-minute recipe for any gathering. Serve as a side dish...

  • 20

    Anadama Bread Recipe from New England

    2 years ago

    Anadama bread is a traditional New England bread recipe, originating from Massachusetts. This bread recipe uses cornmeal and molasses to yield a slightly sweet loaf, perfect for eating with stew or chowder! This yeast...

  • 12

    Beef Tips Recipe with Rice

    2 years ago

    This simple beef tips recipe makes a family-pleasing dinner. Served over rice (or noodles), this recipe yields tender, juicy sirloin tips that create their own gravy as they cook. Serve with broccoli, salad, or green...

  • 38

    Lemon Meringue Cookie Recipe

    2 years ago

    This recipe for lemon meringue cookies evokes the flavors of lemon meringue pie. Tart lemon filling is sandwiched between light, airy meringue cookies. The lemon filling for this recipe may be prepared in advance to...

  • 10

    Lemon Curd Recipe with Pictures

    2 years ago

    Lemon curd is simple to prepare and a very useful ingredient in lemon dessert recipes. This simple recipe will make enough custard for one lemon meringue pie. The custard will keep for two weeks when refrigerated:...

  • 26

    Video How to Make Gummy Worms: An All Natural Recipe

    2 years ago

    Three recipes for gummy worms: the first two recipes are all natural and are great for families following the Feingold diet. The last recipe contains artificial dyes and colors, but is made with fruit juice rather than...

  • 16

    Uses of Freeze Drying

    2 years ago

    Freeze drying is used for many industrial purposes, including document restoration, taxidermy, and food preservation. Lyophilization is used by the military, drug companies, and NASA.

  • 14

    Cancer Treatment & Biotechnology

    2 years ago

    Biotech companies strive to find new cancer treatments with the use of immune therapy and targeted biologics. New detection and screening tests are also under development to identify patients at earlier stages.

  • 27

    Video The Best Cinnamon Bun Recipe

    2 years ago

    The best cinnamon bun recipe includes a surprising ingredient: potato! Adding a small amount of mashed potato to a bread recipe creates a lighter, softer cinnamon roll. These rolls are so delicious you won't have any...

  • 8

    Video How to Put in a Child's Hearing Aid

    12 months ago

    Putting in a child's hearing aid requires more than simply inserting the aid: the hearing aid must be inspected daily and a listening check must be performed. Learn how to perform the Ling 6 Sound test with a child's...

  • 18

    Programs to Help Families Pay for a Child’s Hearing Aid

    3 weeks ago

    Many families are distraught when they learn most insurance companies do not cover hearing aids. There are many resources to help pay for a child's hearing aids: from charitable organization to insurance appeal letters,...

  • 14

    Molecular Biology Laboratory Techniques

    2 years ago

    There are many techniques used in the microbiology lab. DNA cloning, polymerase chain reaction, and gel electrophoresis allow for the amplification and separation of genetic material. RT-PCR, Southern Blotting, and...

  • 2

    Salary for Biotech Jobs

    2 years ago

    Biotech job salaries vary immensely based on the amount of education required for a specific position, along with experience and specific skill sets. The location of the job will also influence the pay scale: a science...

  • 22

    How to Design a Simple Garden Plan

    2 years ago

    Designing a simple landscape plan requires a careful assessment of the garden site: determine the sun exposure, soil pH, moisture level, and location of the garden prior to selecting plants. Sample garden plans for...

  • 36

    How to Identify Poison Ivy: Images and Treatment

    2 years ago

    How to identify poison ivy and distinguish it from other, similar plants in the woods. Poison ivy images and description, along with examples of mimic plants. This article also includes prevention tips and treatment...

  • 14

    Careers in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

    2 years ago

    What types of careers are available to college graduates with a biochemistry or molecular biology degree? Biotechnology, research positions, agribusiness, and educational facilities all offer career options to those...

  • 16

    How to Protect a Child’s Hearing

    2 years ago

    Noise induced hearing loss is on the rise in children: learn how to protect your child's hearing by preventing or reducing exposure to damaging noise volumes. Other causes of acquired hearing loss are explored, with...

  • 36

    Video How to Make Skeleton Leaves

    2 years ago

    Skeleton leaves are beautiful, delicate, and lacy. It is easy to make skeleton leaves at home: this video shows you how to make skeleton leaves with two different methods. One is easy, but takes a lot of time. The other...

  • 2

    Simple Savory Rice Recipe

    18 months ago

    This simple rice recipe is delicious and savory: the rice is cooked with onions and broth in an oven to yield a moist, flavorful side dish. This rice pairs well with many different dinner options: I love it as a...

  • 8

    Easy BBQ Pork Sandwich Recipe: Dinner in a Crock Pot

    2 years ago

    This easy pulled pork recipe is made with pork (butt, roast, or tenderloin) in a crock-pot. The meat is then shredded, mixed with BBQ sauce, and baked in an oven - the resulting sandwiches are simple to make and...

  • 8

    Baked Pork Chop Recipe with Stuffing

    2 years ago

    Baked pork chops with stuffing is an easy recipe for making tasty, moist pork chops in the oven. This recipe uses canned soup to keep the pork chops moist while baking, and a homemade stuffing complements the flavor of...

  • 11

    Blood Types: History, Genetics, and Percentages around the World.

    2 years ago

    Prior to the discovery of blood groups, blood transfusions were often deadly. Physicians attempted the use of milk and animal blood as an alternative to human blood, but met with limited success: the discovery of blood...

  • 38

    School's Out: The Loss of Recess in America

    2 years ago

    Recess was once an accepted part of a child's school day. With increasing pressures for academic success, many schools are cutting or eliminating play time in favor of rigorous academic pursuits. Many schools are built...

  • 8

    Eton Mess Recipe with Pictures: Let the Kids Cook Monday!

    2 years ago

    Eton Mess is a trifle-like dessert recipe, traditionally served at Eton College during the annual cricket match against Winchester College. This English dessert recipe involves meringue cookies, whipped cream, and...

  • 8

    Trotula the Medieval Doctor: A History of Women's Health from the Middle Ages

    2 years ago

    Trotula was a female physician in the 11th century: her medical writings influenced women's healthcare during the Middle Ages. Medical advice on childbirth and women's health was based on Galen's philosophy. Trotula was...

  • 8

    Braised Short Ribs Recipe with Spicy Tomato Sauce: Let the Kids Cook Monday!

    2 years ago

    Braised pork ribs are easy to make, and this spicy tomato sauce recipe is delicious. We love this recipe in the winter, when we are tired of casseroles. As part of the Kids Cook Monday campaign, I have modified the...

  • 4

    Nissen Fundoplication in Children: What to Expect from a Parent's Perspective

    2 years ago

    The decision to proceed with a Nissen Fundoplication in your child is a very difficult and emotional time for most families. The surgery and recovery are difficult. This article describes what this anti-reflux surgery...

  • 4

    Null Hypothesis and Formulas: A Definition with Examples

    2 years ago

    A basic discussion on the null hypothesis, z-scores, and probability. This article includes examples of the null hypothesis, one-tailed, and two-tailed tests. A coin is tossed and comes up tails ten times: is this just...

  • 10

    Chicken in the Nest Chicken Casserole Recipe

    2 weeks ago

    Chicken in the Nest is a hearty chicken casserole dinner, perfect for a cold winter's night. Chicken, peas, and carrots are bathed in a creamy sauce and surrounded by a stuffing "nest" - try making this...

  • 28

    Redheads: The Genetics of Hair Color

    12 months ago

    Hair color is primarily genetic, and red hair is caused by mutations in the MC1R gene. The gene for red hair also causes an increased sensitivity to sunlight and a reduced sensitivity to anesthesia. Contrary to internet...

  • 10

    Digital Scrapbooking Freebies: American Celebration

    2 years ago

    Digital scrapbook freebies for the Fourth of July Holiday. Use your own photographs and create cute scrapbook pages using these free downloads!

  • 8

    The Best Places to Stay in Myrtle Beach: Hotels and Condo Rentals for Families

    2 years ago

    Myrtle Beach is nearly 22 miles long and offers many different types of lodging along its shoreline. A review of the best hotels for families with kids in Myrtle Beach, including condo rentals on the beach and the best...

  • 10

    Review of Blue Wave Adventures Dolphin Tour in Myrtle Beach

    2 years ago

    There are many dolphin tours in Myrtle Beach, but our family prefers the Blue Wave Adventures tour operated out of Murrell's Inlet, South Carolina. The boat is small and able to get close to the wild dolphins, and the...

  • 4

    Nascar Speedpark in Myrtle Beach: A Myrtle Beach Attraction Review

    12 days ago

    The Nascar Speedpark in Myrtle Beach is a wonderful activity for families with children between the ages of 5-18. Our family visited the speedpark with two young boys and had a marvelous time over Spring Break. This...

  • 6

    Medieval Times in Myrtle Beach: A Myrtle Beach Attraction Review

    2 years ago

    A review of the Medieval Times dinner show and tournament in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Our family visited the Myrtle Beach castle with two children, ages six and four, and had a fantastic time watching jousting,...

  • 8

    Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach: A Myrtle Beach Attraction Review

    2 years ago

    Avoid the Ripley's Aquarium in Myrtle Beach when it is crowded, as the price of admission is high and the aquarium is quite small. The time spent waiting in line was easily double the time spent actually viewing the...

  • 14

    Easy Cherry Cheesecake Pie Recipe

    2 years ago

    This no bake cherry cheesecake recipe is extremely simple to make: as part of the Kids Cook Monday campaign, my four year old prepared this dessert with almost no assistance. The tart cream cheese filling balances off...

  • 8

    Driving to Myrtle Beach: A Family Road Trip from New York

    2 years ago

    Driving from New York to Myrtle Beach requires a long road trip through the mountains of West Virginia. Our family's road trip to a Myrtle Beach vacation, along with tips and tricks for making a road trip successful....

  • 10

    Patter Flash: The Secret Language of Thieves and Pickpockets in London

    2 years ago

    A criminal slang known as "Patter Flash" was used among pickpockets and thieves in 19th century London. This criminal slang was used to confuse police and create a secret mode of communication between thieves,...

  • 6

    Braised Chicken Recipe with Rice

    2 years ago

    Make a complete, healthy dinner using economical chicken thighs, broccoli, carrots, rice, and a thin gravy sauce. This dinner is nutritious, and kids can help to prepare the vegetables: kids who cook are more likely to...

  • 10

    Video How to Reupholster a Dining Room Chair: An Easy Home Improvement Project

    2 years ago

    Reupholstering chairs is an easy home improvement project anyone can do: there is no sewing required. If you can use a staple gun and a pair of scissors, you can upholster a dining room chair! Give your house a new,...

  • 6

    The Best Educational Toys and Games for 3 Year Old Children

    3 weeks ago

    Great toys for three year olds are simple and meet the developmental needs of a child moving from babyhood to childhood. Preschoolers need toys that foster language, gross motor, and social/emotional development. Don't...

  • 10

    Chicken Enchilada Recipe with Tomatillo Sauce: Let the Kids Cook Monday!

    2 years ago

    This simple chicken enchilada casserole recipe uses tomatillos for a tangy green sauce, which pairs well with the cheese and chicken wrapped in corn tortillas. This is a dinner you can make with kids, and is health...

  • 6

    Lasagna Roll Recipe with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

    2 years ago

    Lasagna rolls are a wonderful lasagna recipe, as they are simple to bake in a 9" x 13" casserole dish and are versatile with the ingredient list. This vegetarian recipe includes a red pepper sauce, cheese,...

  • 0

    The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: Why IDEA is Crucial to Bridging the Gap

    2 years ago

    There is a lot of criticism regarding the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), frequently stating the cost of education, questions of efficacy, and concerns about mainstreaming children with significant...

  • 16

    Irish Tea Bread Recipe

    2 years ago

    Make Irish Tea Bread with your kids this St. Patrick's Day. The bread is also known as barmbrack or bran brack, and is a traditional Irish bread made from dried fruit and tea. Cooking with kids can teach cultural and...

  • 48

    Video Music Lessons: The Importance of Music Education for Children

    2 years ago

    Music education is highly important for young children, increasing math skills, fine motor coordination, and helping children learn the benefits of perseverance and delayed gratification. Think your child is ready for...

  • 6

    How to Help Children Understand Death

    2 years ago

    Helping children to grieve after the death of a pet or loved one is a difficult process. This guide addresses the basic questions of very young children with regard to death, and explores our son's first exposures to...

  • 20

    Sunshine Granola Bars: An Easy, Healthy Granola Bar Recipe for Kids

    2 years ago

    Make all-natural, delicious granola bars out of oats, dried fruit, and honey with this great recipe for kids to make with their parents. This recipe includes prunes and dried apricots, but the dried fruit can be...

  • 15

    Video Make Homemade Microwave Popcorn in Three Easy Steps: Video Demonstration

    2 years ago

    Avoid the artificial chemicals and flavors of commercial microwave popcorn packets and make your own nutritious, flavorful popcorn for pennies on the dollar! This video tutorial demonstrates how to make homemade...

  • 12

    Forcing Forsythia: How to Make Forsythia Branches Bloom Indoors

    2 years ago

    Bring Forsythia branches indoors to force the flowers to bloom, even in the middle of winter! Bright yellow flowers are a welcome ray of sunshine during dreary winter months. Forcing forsythia branches is extremely easy...

  • 102

    Chocolate Slavery: Slave Labor in the Cocoa Industry

    2 years ago

    Chocolate bars have a dark, often untold story of human trafficking and child slavery. Cocoa plantations on the Ivory Coast use unpaid child labor to harvest the cocoa beans, often employing tactics such as physical...

  • 8

    Slavery in America: Slave Codes in Virginia - The 1705 Virginia Slave Act

    2 years ago

    The 1705 Virginia Slave Act turned indentured servants into slaves for life, removed legal protection against torture and murder for slaves, and required runaway slaves to be returned to their owners. A brief history of...

  • 41

    Teach Your Child to Garden: Child Gardening to Improve Childhood Nutrition

    2 years ago

    Child gardening is a way to create a healthy childhood: kids who garden are more likely to eat the vegetables and fruit they grow, and will be more willing to try different types of food. Growing a children's garden...

  • 8

    Deciding on Fundoplication: Surgery for Reflux in Children

    2 years ago

    The Nissen Fundoplication is an anti-reflux surgery used for uncontrollable reflux (GERD) in children. Our personal journey through the decision-making process for this surgery, after medical therapy for our son's LPR...

  • 6

    Suzuki Piano Method: Music Lessons for Young Children

    23 months ago

    The Suzuki method is enormously popular in the United States and Japan. While the method was originally used to teach violin, many children learn to play piano (and other instruments) with this method. The Suzuki method...

  • 4

    A Brief History of Testosterone

    13 months ago

    Testosterone has a fascinating history - the male sex hormone was discovered in the mid 1800's, but wasn't officially labeled and purified until the early 20th century. With the discovery of this "elixir of...

  • 22

    How to Recycle Old Holiday Cards into Gift Boxes

    23 months ago

    Don't throw old greeting cards into the garbage! Turn them into gift boxes with this simple tutorial. With a little bit of tape and a pair of scissors, old cards can be turned into small boxes suitable for holding gift...

  • 0

    Our Journey with Amblyopia: Understanding “Lazy Eye”

    2 years ago

    Our son was going blind, and we didn't even know it. Our journey with refractive amblyopia (lazy eye), from the first failed vision screen to treatment. Amblyopia is caused by a variety of factors, and causes blindness...

  • 12

    Video How to Clean Silver with Homemade Tarnish Remover: A Video Demonstration

    2 years ago

    A video demonstration of how to clean silver with baking soda and aluminum foil: the aluminum reduces the oxidation on the silver, allowing the silver metal to return to its shiny state. Silver tarnish is silver...

  • 16

    Digital Scrapbooking Freebies for a Happy New Year

    2 years ago

    Digital scrapbooking is a way to create beautiful pages that capture memories from years past. This article features scrapbooking freebies for New Year celebrations . Free word art, paper backgrounds, and digital...

  • 4

    Christmas Digital Scrapbooking Freebies

    2 years ago

    Free digital scrapbooking papers and embellishments for Christmas. Feel free to download and use these images in your favorite photo editor!

  • 25

    Hook Lighthouse in Ireland: Photographs and History

    2 years ago

    The Hook Lighthouse is the oldest working lighthouse in the world. Located in County Wexford, Ireland, the 800 year old lighthouse welcomes visitors to the cliffs on the eastern end of Waterford Harbor.

  • 2

    What is Montessori? Early Childhood Educational Philosophies

    2 years ago

    What is the Montessori approach to education? Developed by Maria Montessori in 1907, this child-directed approach to early childhood education has spawned over 4,000 preschools in the United States and Canada. Learn...

  • 23

    Early Childhood Education: Choosing a Preschool Program

    3 weeks ago

    Choosing a preschool program is a difficult choice for parents seeking a quality early childhood education curriculum for their children. This article addresses several areas of concern and suggests questions and...

  • 22

    Pictures of Mushrooms in Western New York

    2 years ago

    The State of New York has a beautiful array of mushrooms and other fungi growing among the oak, maple, and beech forests. This photo gallery of orange and yellow mushrooms was taken in Frewsburg, a town in the...

  • 36

    The Ghost Flower: Photographs of Monotropa Uniflora

    2 years ago

    The Indian Pipe plant is often confused for a mushroom or fungus, with its waxy, pale form and habit of living in the deep woods. Pictures of this parasitic plant, which contains no chlorophyll and survives by taking...

  • 2

    Chimeras: Transplants, Failed Paternity Tests, and Spider Goats

    15 months ago

    Chimeras contain DNA from two different sources. An unusual case of human chimerism and animal chimeras created for commercial use are explored in this article.

  • 34

    Car Seat Expiration Dates: Keep Your Baby Safe

    2 years ago

    Why do car seats expire? The reason is not due to the manufacturer's desire to sell more car seats: in truth, the plastic in car seats breaks down over time and the seats become weak and unsafe for use in the event of a...

  • 15

    Letterboxing for Kids

    18 months ago

    Letterboxing is a great activity for families, involving low-tech, low cost stamps and paper, an imagination, and an adventurous spirit to seek out hand-carved stamps and logbooks hidden all over the country. Learn how...

  • 14

    Vintage Lego Sets: How to Identify and Collect Classic Lego Bricks

    2 years ago

    The Lego company didn't always manufacture little plastic bricks - the first interlocking bricks were made in 1947! In the 1960's, Lego became wildly successful with a series of motorized trains, which are prized by...

  • 4

    Auditory Illusions: A Virtual Barbershop and the McGurk Effect

    2 years ago

    Auditory Illusions are created by the human mind, in an attempt to make sense out of incongruous noise. Vision, stereo hearing, and the brain's ability to fill in the gaps create reproducible sound illusions. This...

  • 8

    The Best Travel Toys and Tips for 2 Year Old Children

    2 years ago

    Traveling with a 2 year old child can be quite challenging, particularly when the travel plan includes a long flight. Tips for entertaining toddlers on long road trips, including safety in major airports, changing...

  • 47

    How to Make a Dinosaur (from Chickens)

    2 years ago

    Paleontologist Jack Horner has a plan to reverse-engineer dinosaurs from modern birds. Believe it or not, a chickenosaurus (or, more likely, an Emu-Saurus) may be headed to a laboratory near you!

  • 41

    How to Make Homemade Gummy Candy with Real Fruit Juice

    2 years ago

    How to make homemade gummy candies with real fruit juice: this recipe is simple, and only requires three ingredients. Make your own homemade gummies in half an hour!

  • 16

    Growing Tomatillos: From Tomatillo Seeds to Salsa Verde

    2 years ago

    Tomatillos are easy to grow and are resistant to many pests and diseases. This fruit is extremely nutricious, and is the main ingredient in Salsa Verde. Learn how to grow and prepare tomatillos.

  • 8

    C-Pap Masks for Children: C-Pap and BiPap Mask Review

    2 years ago

    There are few CPap masks for children on the market. Our personal experience with three Cpap masks, used for preschool-aged children. The Minime, FitLife, and Child Lite Masks are reviewed.

  • 14

    Fruit Leather Recipes: How to Make Homemade Fruit Rollups

    2 years ago

    Make your own fruit leather with three simple ingredients. Homemade fruit leather is much healthier than the commercial "fruit roll-ups," which are made with high fructose corn syrup and artificial dyes and...

  • 10

    How to Make Watermelon Jelly with Four Simple Ingredients

    2 years ago

    Watermelon jelly is delicious and very easy to make. This bright and flavorful jam cannot be found in supermarkets, and makes a unique homemade gift. Watermelon, pectin, lemon juice and sugar are the only ingredients...

  • 2

    24 Hour pH Impedance Probe Test in Children: What to Expect

    2 years ago

    What to expect when a 24 hour pH monitoring study is ordered for your child. The pH Impedance Probe study is often ordered to verify the presence of acid reflux, and to determine the severity of any GERD that is present.

  • 14

    Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly Recipe

    2 years ago

    Make a jelly from Queen Anne's Lace: the flower creates a beautiful, pink jelly with the flavor of honey. Making a jelly from edible flowers creates beautiful homemade gifts for friends and family alike!

  • 48

    How to Make Candy Apple Jelly with Four Simple Ingredients

    2 years ago

    Candy Apple Jelly is a simple apple jelly recipe, which uses only four ingredients. The jelly tastes like baked apples, and makes a wonderful Christmas or Thanksgiving gift!

  • 17

    How to Identify Queen Anne's Lace (Wild Carrot)

    2 years ago

    Identify Queen Anne's Lace (wild carrot) to avoid confusion with the deadly Hemlock plant. Knowing the differences between these two plants could literally save your life!

  • 8

    How to Grow Sugar Baby Watermelons

    2 years ago

    How to grow Sugar Baby Watermelons from seed, determine when the watermelons are ripe, and harvest the watermelons.

  • 16

    How to Grow Orange Tendersweet Heirloom Watermelons

    2 years ago

    How to grow and harvest Orange Tendersweet Watermelon from seed. This watermelon has a pale orange flesh and a crisp, light flavor.

  • 9

    Real Zombies, Haitian Voodoo, and a Man Named Clairvius

    23 months ago

    Voodoo zombies are an actual phenomenon discovered by Wade Davis, an ethnobiologist who researched the astonishing case of Clairvius Narcisse. Skeptics question Davis's findings: are zombies real?

  • 10

    Witch Hunts and Trials in History

    3 years ago

    A synopsis of witch hunts and witch trials across Europe, including witch tests and real examples of accused witches in France and Scotland.

  • 2

    Children and C-Pap: Adjusting to Continuous Positive Airway Pressure

    2 years ago

    Cpap use is not common in children, and it can be hard to find practical advice for helping children to adjust to Cpap therapy. A basic guide for starting Cpap therapy in children with sleep apnea.

  • 3

    Leetspeak: How to Speak 133t (leet)

    2 years ago

    What is 133t? Also known as "leet" or leetspeak, the language originally known as h4x0r originated in the 1980's and was used by hackers.

  • 35

    Blue People in Kentucky: The True Story of the Fugate Family with Blue Skin

    2 years ago

    The blue people of Kentucky are not a myth, but are members of a family carrying a rare gene which turns their skin blue in color.

  • 6

    Traveling With a One Year Old: The Best Travel Tips and Toys

    3 years ago

    Great travel tips and travel toys for one year old children, whether traveling by car or by plane.

  • 10

    Laryngomalacia in Infants and Children

    22 months ago

    Laryngomalacia is a fairly common problem in infants, and can cause serious problems on occasion. Read about our journey with complicated laryngomalacia, and the causes and treatments for this disorder.

  • 4

    Midway State Park in New York: A Travel Guide

    3 years ago

    Midway Park, NY offers rides and amusements for families with small children. Ride prices, photos, and location of Midway State Park.

  • 6

    Sleep Studies in Children: What to Expect During Your Child's Sleep Study

    2 years ago

    What to expect when your child has a sleep study - how the sleep study is performed, our personal experience with pediatric sleep apnea.

  • 11

    Artificial Chemicals in Food: Additives in Modern Food

    23 months ago

    Artificial food chemicals are widespread in our modern culture of eating processed food. Which food chemicals are safe, and which ones are potentially harmful? This article explores chemicals added to food in the modern...

  • 37

    Sailing with Children for the First Time

    2 years ago

    Sailing with children is a rewarding experience: this article contains tips for parents who want to develop a love of sailing in their children.

  • 7

    Video How to Can Strawberry Jam

    2 years ago

    How to make strawberry jam, including instructions for canning the jam and storing the jam.

  • 8

    Driving from Buffalo to Disney World: Road Trip to Orlando with Children

    23 months ago

    Driving from Buffalo, NY to Disney World offers flexibility and cost savings to families: this article offers tips and strategies for Disney-bound families who want to take a road trip.

  • 8

    Intex Metal Frame Pools: Trouble Shooting and Review

    2 years ago

    Intex Pools are a wonderful, inexpensive option for families desiring an above-ground swimming pool. How to clear up a cloudy Intex pool, and choosing the right accessories to maintain the swimming fun through the...

  • 2

    The Heterozygote Advantage: Examples of Disease Causing Genes that Give Humans an Edge

    3 weeks ago

    The heterozygote advantage is shown in several genetic diseases: cystic fibrosis heterozygotes are resistant to cholera, thalassemia trait confers a benefit for coronary artery disease.

  • 14

    How to Crate Train a Golden Retriever Puppy

    3 years ago

    How to crate train a Golden Retriever puppy: crate training is the fastest way to achieve a potty trained puppy.

  • 4

    The Best Bikes for Kids

    2 years ago

    This article explores the best bike accessories for kids, including bike trailers vs. bike seats, cycling with kids using tandem bikes and tow bars, and the best bike helmets for kids.

  • 28

    Magdalene Laundries in Ireland and Across the Western World

    7 months ago

    The churches in Ireland confined approximately 30,000 women in prisons known as Magdalen Laundries. Both Catholic and Protestant Magdalen Laundries existed as a way for the church to control the lives of Irish women:...

  • 52

    The Best Hearing Loss Simulations: Understanding Audiograms and the Impact of the Speech Banana

    3 years ago

    Hearing loss simulations are very useful for educating parents, teachers, and friends about what a hearing loss "sounds" like. A simple explanation for levels of hearing loss, and the best hearing loss...

  • 18

    Kid’s Glasses: Choosing Eyeglasses and Frames for Children

    2 weeks ago

    How to choose glasses for children, and how to buy kids eyeglasses online, including measurements and online eyeglasses manufacturers for kids.

  • 22

    The Y Chromosome: Ancestry, Genetics, and the Making of a Man

    3 weeks ago

    The Y chromosome contains haplogroups which allow people to trace their family history, genes which control male development, and may actually be disappearing.

  • 4

    How to Play Zynga Scramble: Tips to Improve Word IQ and Game Score

    2 years ago

    The Word IQ in Scramble is similar to a batting average for baseball players: it represents how well a player performs over time. The exact score formula has not been released by Zynga, but a large part of the Word IQ...

  • 0

    Preschool Vision Screening: Detecting Eye and Vision Problems in Preschoolers

    3 years ago

    Preschool vision screening can catch many vision problems, but is not foolproof. How preschool vision screening works, and our personal experience with a failed preschool vision screen.

  • 4

    Becoming a Zookeeper: Zookeeper Salary and Duties

    3 weeks ago

    What is the difference between a zoologist and a zookeeper? This article explores zookeeper careers, salary ranges, and educational requirements.

  • 6

    Hearing Aids in Children: Adjusting to Hearing Aids

    3 years ago

    Toddlers and preschoolers may refuse to wear their hearing aids. This article offers practical advise for keeping hearing aids on a child for each developmental stage.

  • 16

    Potassium Iodide: How Iodine Pills Protect Against Radiation

    2 weeks ago

    Potassium Iodide pills are given to victims of radiation exposure. This form of iodine blocks the radioactive iodine from binding to receptor sites in the thyroid. Chernobyl victims suffered from thyroid cancer, and the...

  • 17

    How the Silver Fox was Domesticated

    11 months ago

    Russia's domesticated silver fox experiment gives genetic clues to the process of animal domestication. Wild foxes from fur farms have been domesticated and made available for the pet trade.

  • 8

    When Easter and Christmas Were Banned: The Rise of Puritan Beliefs

    2 years ago

    There was a time when Christmas and Easter were banned in England and in Boston, under the power of the Puritan leaders who rejected the holidays as an excuse to indulge in sinful behavior.

  • 4

    Natural Easter Egg Dyes: How to Make Natural Dyes

    3 years ago

    Create Easter eggs with an organic, homemade appeal with simple, natural dye recipes. Natural dyes can be made from many sources, including vegetables, spices, native plants, berries, and plant roots or tree bark.

  • 13

    What Sound Does a Giraffe Make?

    3 years ago

    They're talking... we just can't hear them! Adult giraffes do vocalize, but the sound is low frequency, and below the hearing range of a human's ear. Baby giraffes make audible sound, similar to a cow's moo!

  • 6

    Storing Legos: The Best Lego Storage Ideas

    9 months ago

    The best Lego storage ideas, including the award winning Box4Blox Lego storage concept. Sort and store Legos in one step!

  • 2

    Swim Floats: Swimming Aids for Toddlers and Children

    2 years ago

    Different swim aids and toddler swim floats are discussed in this article, from all-in-one flotation swim suits to inflatable arm bands (water wings).

  • 4

    The Mayville Ice Castle: A Festival in Mayville, NY

    7 months ago

    The Mayville Ice Castle is built in the small town of Mayville, in Chautauqua County New York. The President's Day weekend brings a festive atmosphere of winter celebration as people explore the ice castle.

  • 0

    Nexium: How to Mix and Give Nexium Powder Suspension to Children

    3 years ago

    An instructional guide (complete with pictures) for mixing Nexium Powder Suspension, commonly prescribed to children with GERD.

  • 14

    Wishing Wells: An Uncommon History of Coin Tossing, Water, and Hope for Divine Intervention

    3 years ago

    What is the history behind the common wishing well? Why do people throw money into water? Discover the origins of the wishing well: appeasing water gods in ancient lands eventually led to the quaint practice of tossing...

  • 2

    Skiing With Kids: Great Kid's Ski Gear and Tips

    2 years ago

    Preschoolers will love to ski, as long as their specific needs are kept in mind! Use ski gear meant for preschoolers, such as a ski bib with handles, to help little ones on and off the lift.

      Please wait working