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Winter Weekend - 6 Great Ideas for Staying Active on Cold Winter Weekends

Winter weekends are usually looked upon as cold, bleak, and as a time frame in which there is little to do. However, there's a lot more to do on a winter weekend than you think! Let us show you!

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In our next installment of Stories of the Alamo, we uncover the story of David Crockett's infamous "long knife". Crockett’s memoirs contain a detailed account of Crockett having once killed a bear armed only with this knife. more

Stories of The Alamo

Our first story in our series, Stories of the Alamo, is about the infamous David Bowie and a portrait painted of him by Lewis Dominique Grandjean Develle. more

Stories of The Alamo

Every day we're inundated with information and often from two opposing sides. So how do we teach kids to evaluate the information they read and hear, whether it comes from the media, our leaders, family, or friends? Read to find out! more

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SPD is a condition where a person has trouble processing sensory input. This can lead to individuals having issues with regulating moods and behaviors. A child with SPD feels overwhelmed by what appears to be normal amounts of sensory input. more

Parenting Tips

I always worry my kids will lose half of the things they learned the previous school year because they aren’t using it during summer vacation. Researchers call it the "summer slide". Here are some free and inexpensive ideas to keep kids engaged. more

Parenting Tips

Can you help Roger the rabbit get to his carrots? Print this activity out for the kids or even yourself! more

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Can you find all the Spring words? Print this Spring-themed word search for your child to enjoy! more

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It is that time of year again, when we gather the kids, load up the cooler, and head to the river! Whether you’re a seasoned tubing family or novice, print out these tips to have the best river day with the family possible! more

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How do we Raise Charitable Children in today's society? I feel like it can sometimes feel impossible. We are raising children in a time where kids have phones at the age of 7 and name brand clothing makes you popular. Is there room for charity? more

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It’s almost that time of year AGAIN. Soon my children will be telling me all about their crazy New Year’s Resolution ideas. It got me thinking, what does a new year’s resolution mean to them? So I asked them. more

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Whether it be Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter, there are always somewhere to be indoors having fun in the Hill Country with the family!! more

Family Activities

You can get a very good, quality education for your special needs child within the school system. You do need to take heed of some important aspects when dealing with disabilities and the school district. Article sponsored by The Magik Theatre more

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It's that time of year to start thinking about New Year's Resolutions! We all know the drill: come up with a great resolution and then drop it after a few great weeks. Here are some tips to stick to your resolution this year. more

Parenting Tips

Winter is often the season when our bodies rebel and may lead to us feeling under the weather. By following these Top Tips you can be ready when the temperatures plummet. Keep both yourself and your family healthy this winter. more

Parenting Tips

Can you help Santa get to his presents? Print this activity out for the kids or even yourself! more

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