Hero Spotlight To read more hero spotlights, click here. Antonin Scalia was a controversial figure when he was a justice on the United States Supreme Court. As one of the most powerful men in the country, he made decisions that were cheered or jeered, depending on one’s political leanings. Whatever his political opponents said however, … Read More about Justice Antonin Scalia: When no one was looking.
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My teenage son lives and breathes football. If I try to teach him something that does not involve football, he is…less than enthusiastic. That is why I was so excited when I learned about Woodlawn. But when I watched it…I was even more excited! Take the civil rights movement and the violence of integration in … Read More about Woodlawn: Football with a Message
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Read Aloud Age Recommendation: Elementary school and above. Teens will love it, too! Summer of the Monkeys by Wilson Rawls (who also wrote Where the Red Fern Grows) is my all-time favorite family read aloud. To me, it’s a classic. This coming of age story makes me laugh, cry, be kinder and hug my family a … Read More about Summer of the Monkeys: Sacrificing for Siblings
Family discussions are quite possibly one of the most important things you can do in your home.Strong statement? Yes. But it’s true. If we start when kids are little, it will feel natural to them and when they are older, they will keep doing it with us 1. Family Discussions are an important part of … Read More about 4 Reasons Why Family Discussions Are Important