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Lice Advice "The Shepherd Method" of Strand by Strand Nit Removal Takes The Mystery Out of Fighting Head Lice

2009-01-17 | With over ten years in the field and having helped hundreds of children each week, Shepherd now educates parents with newer head lice information and techniques that really work.


Helping Kids Keep New Year's Fitness and School Resolutions - Tampa's Exploramania Intro's DVD to Challenge Little Minds and Muscles

2009-01-09 | Kids also make resolutions to reach goals in school and to get in shape for the New Year. A new DVD launched by Tampa's Exploramania does both to help with aerobics and stretching...and math lessons!


Book for Kids with Any Trouble. "I Would Recommend BRAVE: Be Ready and Victory's Easy... For Anybody Who Has Trouble in Their Life

2008-12-08 | ...I have some struggles.... reading this book helped give me a new way to deal with things. This book was written to help and teach kids, but instead of sounding like a grownup telling you what to do, this book read just like a regular story." - by Matthew Feliciano [age 8] for Reader Views


Children Tell Researchers: We'll Get Fit if it's Fun

2008-12-01 | Children will take the recommended amount of exercise they need each day if it is combined with video games, new academic research has revealed.


Good News For Children In Grades Pre-K 2 and Grades 3-5. A+Children's Interactive Learning System is a New Approach to Teaching. It is the Only System that Teaches Children Using a Combination of Visual, Audio, and Written Expressions. The System Educates, Entertains, Engages, and Rewards Kids

2008-12-01 | A + Children's Interactive Learning System is for parents and teachers of children ages 4-10. Products are Reading/Activity Books, CD, DVD, and Coloring Posters. Focus areas are Language Arts, Character Education, Bibliotherapy. Target markets: schools, homeschools, centers, retailers, bookstores.


P&H Construction Celebrates With Prestigious Top Award - 2008 HOBI Award

2008-11-15 | P&H Construction was honored with a HOBI 2008 award for the Best New Commercial Under $5MM- for the building of Long Ridge School Arts & Athletics wing in Stamford, CT.


Unique Children's Detective Series is Making a Stir. It is Interactive and Fun for Children of All Ages and Reading Abilities. A Great Way to Get Children Involved in Reading.

2008-11-07 | The Crypto-Capers series is unique, new and interactive. The series can be used in many different ways and levels. Great for the classroom or at home. Readers will have fun with this series, why at the same time, learning about various topics. But most of all, the reader is involved with the story.


The MasterGuard Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund Awarded to Meagan Lietzke of Michigan

2008-10-29 | Each year, our nation loses approximately 100 firefighters in the line of duty. Often times, these heroes leave families who need help to pursue their dreams.


The MasterGuard Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund Awarded to Lacey Moore of Texas

2008-10-29 | Each year, our nation loses approximately 100 firefighters in the line of duty. Often times, these heroes leave families who need help to pursue their dreams.


The MasterGuard Fallen Heroes Scholarship Fund Awarded to Jillian Marsh of Texas

2008-10-28 | Each year, our nation loses approximately 100 firefighters in the line of duty. Often times, these heroes leave families who need help to pursue their dreams.


YoNaturals Launches Middle and High School Healthy Vending Nationwide

2008-10-28 | YoNaturals, the nationwide leader in healthy vending has launched it's school healthy vending program in over 110 cities.


Cambridge Who's Who Names Laura M. Cooney Professional of the Year in Word Language Instruction

2008-10-24 | Since 1981, she has been teaching French and Spanish at Lebanon Junior High.


Jill M. Swanger Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-23 | Ms. Swanger recognized as an excellent reading and writing teacher.


Joseph Noland, Ed.D., Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Primary Education

2008-10-22 | Dr. Noland has created an interactive classroom for his third graders, utilizing smart boards and computer technology to encourage reading, math and science studies.


Bethina Eaton Recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Primary Education

2008-10-22 | Ms. Eaton is considered to be an expert in teaching special education.


Lida Sue Williams Honored by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Education

2008-10-17 | Ms. Williams has 38 years of professional experience, during which she developed an expertise in teaching writing skills.


Janet Mary McCauley Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-15 | She focuses on articulation therapy using the Lindamood Phonemic Sequencing Program and also assists priests from other countries in modifying their accents.


Linda W. McDonald Honored by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Special Education

2008-10-15 | She is tasked with teaching students with severe disabilities including autism.


Joseph D. Foltz Inducted into Cambridge Who's Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry

2008-10-15 | As intervention specialist, he is responsible for creating individualized education plans and mentoring students.


Antoinette Humphries, MS, Honored by Cambridge Who's Who for Excellence in Education

2008-10-12 | Ms. Humphries has 19 years of professional experience and credits her success to her love for children.