Celebrate New Year’s Eve with your little ones without keeping them up all night.

Throwing a “Noon Year’s Even” Party allows the kiddos to be involved in the festivities while having fun with their friends.

Set Up For The Party Is Easy…

  • Food – Veggie Tray, Fruit Kabobs, Mac & Cheese Muffins and Refreshments
  • Activities – Cookie Decorating, Noisemaker Creations, Make Your Own Snowflakes and Balloon Drop

How do you celebrate the New Year with your little ones?

Happy Holidays!

When you and your family celebrate the season, make it a memorable one!

Use the extra time during the holiday season to create these Easy 3-Ingredient Cinnamon Ornaments with your family.

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Wishing you and your family a safe, happy and healthy holiday season!

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Cadence Education family wishes your family a safe and loving holiday.

Guide to Turkey: Buying, Brining, Cooking and Carving…

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Veterans Day, November 11th of each year, is a federal holiday in the United States to honor all those who have served in the U.S. Military.

Take time today to talk with your kids about the United States armed services and ways to honor these community and national heroes.

Here are some ideas to celebrate Veterans Day:

  • Teach your children about the history of Veterans Day by having them create a time line of events leading to the observance of the holiday
  • Have you kids write short articles or essays of how veterans are honored around the world. And if you know any veterans locally, propose that you kids interview them about what it’s like to serve in the U.S. Military

Read More on military.com…

Happy Halloween!

Fun Facts About Halloween:

  • The first Jack O’Lanterns were actually made from turnips
  • Top 2014 Halloween Costumes were Spiderman, for boys, and Frozen’s Elsa the Snow Queen, for girls
  • Ireland is typically believed to be the birthplace of Halloween
  • Orange and Black, traditional Halloween colors, represent the harvest and darkness, respectively

Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Halloween!

Fun Facts About Columbus Day

  • Columbus Day is celebrated in the United States to honor Christopher Columbus’s first voyage to American in 1492
  • Christopher Columbus worked for his Father, a wool weaver, until he was 22 then set out to follow his own dream to become a sea captain
  • On October 12, 1492 a seaman aboard the Pinta spotted land, the Bahama Islands

Take time this Sunday, September 13, to celebrate this day with grandparents and other elderly loved ones in your life.

Try a few of these ideas, and maybe you will want to start a tradition of your own!

  • Invite grandparents over to play a favorite board game from their youth
  • Have the whole family cook a few of “Grandma’s” favorite recipes together. Of course, she will enjoy supervising and teaching!
  • Host a “family reunion”, inviting a few local relatives or dozens of distant relations
  • Create a family tree together. Be sure to bring out the grandparents’ photographs, so that the kids can put a a face with a name

Fun Facts About Labor Day

  • Observed on the first Monday in September, Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers
  • The first federally mandated minimum wage amount was .25 in 1938
  • The first Labor Day occurred on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City in accordance with the plans of the Central Labor Union

Just in time for the Jolly ole’ Elf, here is a great link where you can create a short personalized video from Santa to send to your little one!  They even have an app that you can download to your phone!

https://www.portablenorthpole.com/

Just a reminder, we will be closed for Thanksgiving!  We hope you enjoy your time with family and friends!