Teens & Tweens

Rockville Science Day Wrap-Up

Posted April 29th, 2015 by Elaine in Child, Parenting, Teens & Tweens

Rockville Science Day Wrap-Up

Annually, the Rockville Consortium for Science Inc. hosts the Rockville Science Day. For those in Rockville, it’s an easy call on whether or not to attend. Go. Arrive at the beginning and stay as long as your children can handle it. For those further away, including Arlington (where I drove […]

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Future City Helps Middle Schoolers Design Ideal Worlds

Posted February 26th, 2015 by Sandie in Causes, Parenting, Teens & Tweens

Future City Helps Middle Schoolers Design Ideal Worlds

This is a sponsored post. In honor of DiscoverE’s National Engineering Week’s “Girl Day,” we’re celebrating today’s emphasis on ensuring girls feel welcome and excited in the field of engineering. One program that is leading the way with middle-school-aged girls is the Future City Competition, which my family was lucky […]

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Parenting Tweens: How Much Do You Help?

Posted May 6th, 2014 by Sandie in Parenting, Teens & Tweens

It’s hard for me to believe, but my oldest kid is nearing the end of his first year of middle school. He’s had a bunch of projects and assignments that my husband and I have barely seen except for when he needs us to buy supplies. Although he tells us […]

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