Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Love Poem | Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding

Love can be expressed in many ways. Often a love poem is the most popular form of professing one's love for another. Chelsea Clinton was married today to Marc Mezvinsky in an interfaith ceremony on an estate, Astor Courts, a couple of hours north of New York City.  After the [...]

Best Online Learning Sites | Grandparent Camp, Part 2

Which websites are the best online learning sites to help maintain skills learned during the school year? For some, summer is almost half over, for others...school will be starting soon. It is never too early or too late in the summer to review and strengthen skills learned in school this [...]

Summer Learning Activities | Grandparent Camp

Grandparent Camp summer learning activities for grandkids can help make learning fun without them knowing that's your intention. Learning through summer activities can be fun for kids because it allows more time for exploration and discovery. Find tips for parents and grandparents on how to create fun summer learning activities... [...]

How to Destress | 10 Easy Destressors

Life is stress. That's the definition of life I heard somewhere at a time when I didn't understand what it meant. But now with the economy in a rut, the environment going down hill faster than we can correct the wrongs, plus personal stressors...life is definitely "stress." And we do [...]

Summer Alliteration Poem: Sizzling Summer Poem

Summer is a season that provides many opportunities for writing original poems using alliteration. Writing a Summer Alliteration Poem After spending a sunny summer week at the shore, spending time walking on the sizzling sand and watching my family maneuver the waves, the following summer alliteration poem came to my mind's eye. [...]