Travel in Eatontown, NJ

River cruises are on the rise. A total of 232,300 river cruises were taken by British and Irish holidaymakers last year, an increase of 10.4 per cent from 2017, according to figures released from Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) UK today
The Danube overtook the Rhine to become the most popular destination for UK and Irish passengers. Together the two rivers and their tributaries accounted for 58 per cent of passenger numbers, compared to 53 per cent in 2017. The Douro in Southern…

Giant tortoises on Santa Cruz – 10 guests per guide. You’ll observe the process of adaptation of the tortoises to Santa Cruz
Iguanas of Fernandina Island – these iguanas are herbivores and live mostly on the lava fields. The marine iguanas dive and live on plants from the bottom of the ocean. Also, the iguanas are not designed for salt water so they sneeze it out when returning to the surface!
One more point on our iguana friends – El Nino and La…

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By The Goddard School • April 5th, 2018
“An afternoon snack at our house is usually either a smoothie or fruit with protein, such as apples with peanut butter or orange and cheese slices. Other favorites include yogurt-based Popsicles, trail mix or homemade popcorn.” ― Kath Younger, a registered dietitian and blogger at Kath Eats Real Food
“For an after-school snack, my kids have enjoyed fresh…

By The Goddard School • April 7th, 2019
Slime can be a great teaching tool that incorporates STEAM learning. Help your children learn about science by creating slime with them. Use technology to research slime recipes, and use math to measure out ingredients
Try this recipe for making slime, and then use the slime for the fun activities below.
Use slime to teach your children about shapes. You can create more than one batch of slime. Use one batch to demonstrate things to…

By The Goddard School • December 20th, 2018
CHILDREN’S tech obsession can be hard enough for parents to deal with during the day – but new evidence suggests they should be concerned about the effect it’s having on kids at night too
Research shows that the 40% of children aged between six and 11 years who use mobile phones, laptops or tablets in the hours before bedtime are getting around 20 minutes less sleep a night than kids who don’t use tech in…