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Saturday, June 30, 2007

Webisode 8:“Kid-chens”: fun and safe cooking with kids

Cooking together is a great way to have fun and share some productive time and experience with your kids. However, with the potential dangers and mess, some parents find the experience too stressful. Cooking educator Sharon Tomlinson talks about how to set up and manage a safe cooking environment with your kids. She discusses some hidden dangers and how to avoid them. Sharon also shares great ideas to make healthy dishes together that the entire family can participate in and enjoy.

Sponsored by: Healthy Eating During Pregnancy

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Monday, June 18, 2007

Webisode 7: Beyond the Lemonade Stand - encouraging kids to be entrepreneurial

Clearly, entrepreneurial skills are critical in the global economy. Whether your child wants to be the next Donald Trump or simply earn some extra money to buy a favorite toy, teaching them how to be entrepreneurial is a lifelong valuable skill. Our guest will be Beth Goldstein who is the author of the McGraw Hill book, The Ultimate Small Business Marketing Toolkit and Boston University’s chair for their entrepreneurial certification program. Beth will talk about why and how to teach your children about starting and managing their own businesses. She’ll give some great tips to teach kids about the value of money, how to earn and manage money and how to keep them motivated during the process.

Sponsor: "Let's Get Ready for Kindergarten"

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Webisode 6: Camp Counsel - expert tips for great summer experiences

Picking the right camp and summer activities for your child/children can be extremely stressful. For over 12 years, Jill Tipograph has provided families with summer planning guidance. Her company, Everything Summer (http://www.everythingsummer.com/) is the only independent resource for unbiased and customized summer guidance for kids, teens and families to ensure a stress-free, fun summer experience. She is the author of "Your Everything Summer Guide & Planner" and a helpful blog (http://www.everythingsummer.com/blogger.htm).

Jill has been featured as a summer expert on NBC TV’s Today Show, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Smart Money, Bloomberg Media, Chicago Tribune, and others.

A crash course on summer planning, Jill will discuss when and what to look for in summer camps as well as how to prepare yourself and your child! With some camps requiring a year’s advance registration, this webisode is great all year long!

Sponsored by: Wander Wear - "preventing kids from getting lost"

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