December 11, 2021
Holiday Gifts

What makes a great gift? What about a children's book? ... A book is a wonderful gift for all ages and our Healthy Kids Books teach kids about health and wellness while reading a great picture story. Use the coupon code "holiday" on any order and save $3.00 today!

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January 21, 2021
Children's Books that Promotes Fitness and Fun

Children's Books that promotes health, wellness and teamwork is a great thing to have for all ages of kids.  Below is an outline of each book in the Healthy Kids Books children's book series. The Mystery of the Lost Recipe The story is about two children (Tommy and Abby) and they like to help others […]

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May 29, 2020
Let's Watch/Read WHY WE LOVE P.E. Together!

READING TOGETHER Reading books to children, of all ages, is very important because the children will pick up on key items such as listening (hearing), visible (seeing) and with these easy steps it helps children speak and write better too.  Remember the words on the page will help the children/students remember the words sounds too. […]

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January 26, 2020
Reading for the Mind

Reading for the mind is like exercising for the body . . . The more you exercise the better your body will feel ... and the more you read the more your mind will work. Read anything ... a blog, a book, a magazine and it will help with memory and lower stress too. Bonus […]

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September 21, 2019
Why reading to children is important

Reading to your children at any age and mostly at a very young age is very important.? It teaches children about words, meanings, improves their memory and it's just fun to do too. Article - Why Reading With Children is Important Read as early and as often as you can to children ... the children […]

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August 14, 2019
12 minutes of exercise improves attention, reading comprehension

A new Dartmouth study shows 12 minutes of exercise can improve attention and reading comprehension in low-income adolescents, suggesting that schools serving low-income populations should work brief bouts of exercise into their daily schedules. The study, published as part of the June volume of Frontiers in Psychology, compared low-income adolescents with their high-income peers. While […]

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