Welcome to Valley Family Fun!
People who are new to the area (and some who are not) often ask me what they can do with their families in the Valley.
This made me realize that there isn't one central place to look for information. Here is a compilation of what I've discovered!
Valley Family Fun is not responsible for any incorrect information or decisions you make for your family. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please feel free to share!
To learn more about Valley Family Fun, listen here to a podcast of an interview I did on CBC Information Morning (April 2012).
Laura Churchill Duke
Valley Family Fun Blog
Color blindness, or color vision deficiency, is the inability or decreased ability to see color, or perceive color differences, under normal lighting conditions. Color blindness is actually quite common.
Every year we have a big family gathering for Thanksgiving. I always have the boys make name cards for the table. It started as a craft activity when they were younger – learning to cut, glue, and playing with paint. As they got older, it was a way for them to practice their printing.
Beyond Intelligence is a book for parents and educators that looks at how we can help create environments that are conducive to learning.
It wasn’t hard to convince a group of kids to come over to watch a movie. The only stipulation was that they knew they had to give me their opinions when it was over.
We gathered a group of boys and girls ranging in age from 3 to 8 to watch Daisy: A Hen into the Wild.
Sometimes it is fun to turn your breakfast or afternoon snack into a craft activity! Try making painted toast!