21 search results for “#gomighty4kids”

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A Capital Idea Story by Laura Mayes

So over the last couple of months, Harry and I have been working to find a charity where we can both volunteer time to read to children. Preferably children under the age of five. This seemed like...

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Conversations With Kids Are Fascinating Story by Laura Mayes

When I learned about The Word Gap this last fall when I first met with Next Generation and the Clinton Foundation about their Too Small to Fail campaign, I really to think started to thin...

The Great Transportation Adventure Story by Morgan Shanahan

My daughter is pretty convinced her two older cousins hung the moon. EJ & PJ are two and four years older than her respectively and have a pretty incredible sister relationship themselves, and...

Learning To Cook Together Story by Morgan Shanahan

My daughter has a shorter attention span than I do in the kitchen, and there is something to be said for that -- I've managed to get to this stage of life without really learning to cook myself so...

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Morning Glories Story by Laura Mayes

As a part of GoMighty, I have partnered with Next Generation and the Clinton Foundation to sponsor this post as part of the Too Small to Fail campaign. Together, we are working to close The Wor...

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Choosing Art! Story by Jordan Ferney

We just moved into a new house and now that my oldest is five I wanted to involve my kids more in decorating their room. When they were younger I just chose what I thought they would like, now that th...

Learning guitar as a family Story by Kristen Howerton

As a part of GoMighty, I have partnered with Next Generation and the Clinton Foundation to sponsor this post as part of the Too Small to Fail campaign.

 

While we haven't exactly mastered...

Telling stories about Grandpa Teddy Story by Heather Flett

As a part of GoMighty, I have partnered with Next Generation and the Clinton Foundation to sponsor this post as part of the Too Small to Fail campaign.

With children, talking is teaching...