This week, schools across the country celebrated National Coloring Book Day! Did you know that coloring books aren’t just good for children, but for adults as well? Some benefits of coloring books include experiencing feelings of relief by entering a meditative state, less negative thoughts, focusing on the present, and lower stress and anxiety levels.

 To celebrate, here’s a page for the whole family to print and color!


To find out more about why coloring books are worth celebrating, check out Amazing Benefits of Coloring For Adults by Martina Trejo.


Topics: children, development

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Grammy Tammy's top 5 tips on creating healthy eating habits

Childhood obesity has become increasingly problematic over the years. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the percentage of children struggling with obesity in the United States has more than tripled since the 1970s, and about one in five school-aged children today are considered obese. This can pose serious health risks including diabetes, heart disease, and asthma.

So how does one change their child’s environment to promote good health? Here are several ways you can help create healthy eating habits for your children.



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