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Celebration: is a monthly calendar of relevant holidays, anniversaries and famous birthdays with learning activities for the entire family.

Game On: explores simple games that incorporate learning as play.

Must Watch: is dedicated to movies and television worthwhile for family viewing,  knowledge, understanding and healthy conversation.

Family Field Trips: finds inexpensive, fun ways for families to learn about the world around them.

Good Reads: is a list of books to read aloud as a family, including books with relevance for the season.

Good Parenting: focuses on ways to support learning in the home, and at school.

Learning Resources: is a guide for locating valuable information including, tools, activities, research, curriculum, important links, and contacts.

Compassion: is real stories about families helping others with lessons of love, good works, and social responsibility.

Traditions: focuses on how families pass along their heritage, to the next generation, and explores how important these are to a good foundation of literacy, and self.

Life Skills: surveys psychosocial and interpersonal skills like communication, empathy, cooperation and teamwork, negotiation/refusal skills, advocacy, decision making/problem solving, critical thinking, coping and self-management.

Character Toolbox: is practical ways to incorporate matters of ethics, and values into everyday family life including trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.

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