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Air travel is a growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. But a project to turn used cooking oil into jet fuel could help change that, says Tom Parsons

By The Goddard School • October 4th, 2018
Creative ways to turn your child into a little scientist
There’s a growing public conversation about the importance of getting kids more engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics ( STEM ), to prepare them for their futures. Our economy, workplaces and society require more women and men who excel in these fields and can drive the innovations that will make our world a better place. Despite its obvious importance, it isn’t always easy to…

Spread four graham cracker squares with chocolate-hazelnut spread, and spread four
graham cracker squares with marshmallow crème. Pair off the marshmallow and chocolate-hazelnut squares and sandwich them together. Place them on a microwave-safe plate and microwave them, uncovered, on high for 30 seconds. Once they’re nice and warm, sprinkle the gooey edges in black and orange nonpareils. Then enjoy
You can also try a peanut butter…

Halloween for preschoolers should be light and upbeat, not scary. If you plan to celebrate with your little ones, either with trick-or-treating or a party, here are some fun and simple costumes to consider
Superhero – All you need is a long-sleeved t-shirt, a colored hand towel or a rectangle of fabric for a cape; leggings or fitted pants; and felt for making an eye mask, headband and symbol cutout of your children’s choice. They can pick a superhero from a favorite movie…

At Community Health Charities, we work to increase the capacity of our nonprofit partners. That means we support you and …

Buses and trains can provide cheap entertainment—and lasting memories—for your kids, no matter your destination.

There are many well-documented business benefits that spring from employee volunteering programs (EVPs). The CSR industry is becoming increasingly familiar with the …

“@StJude spares no expense. It doesn’t matter the cost, they’re going to do what’s in the best interest of my child. The attitude is not to wait and see if something happens, but rather to make sure nothing happens.” Our nonprofit partners are hard at work supporting families.

By The Goddard School • October 31st, 2013
Science is more than test tubes, microscopes and formulas. Scientific thinking involves asking questions, learning from mistakes, trying again, exploring new activities and solving problems. Children are natural scientific thinkers, and they want to learn and solve problems
Young children benefit from the active, hands-on activities that foster scientific learning in every Goddard School classroom. Encouraging your young…

By The Goddard School • November 14th, 2011
If your older child is acting out, she may be feeling less important than a younger sibling, who may have more needs—and require more of your time. While she may be verbal or even conversational at this point, she may not be developmentally able to express complicated feelings; she doesn’t realize why she’s acting out
Making sure that each child receives a fair share of your time can be a challenge! Squeezing in a few…

At the Goddard School
, we begin teaching children about money in preschool. In our dramatic play areas, children pretend they are going to the store, handling money in a restaurant or saving money in a bank. We also introduce coins and place values in the preschool and pre-kindergarten classrooms. Children learn about using money while listening to stories and when taking part in math games and activities. Giving children a head start with money skills is crucial
You can also start teaching…