Starting preschool or starting grade school – every kids needs a snack or a lunch bag to take along! momstown Finds has done the legwork and found some of the best lunchbags for every age and stage.
Back to school means back to packing lunches. While there are some parents out there that love the task, many dread it. It can be hard to add yet one more item to the daily “To Do” list, especially on hectic mornings when everyone is rushing to get out the door.
Prepackaged foods are handy – they’re self-contained, convenient to buy and store in bulk, and taste appealing to kids. As parents, tossing a variety of prepackaged foods in the lunch bags makes our days much easier.
But how are these foods affecting our children’s days?
September is rearing its ugly head which means the first day of school for a lot of our little ones’s. Many parents don’t know where to begin when it comes to getting our kids ready for their first day of kindergarten. We posed the question to our “experienced” moms and came up with a great list to get you started!
This month’s Art & Play was sponsored by Quaker in support of “Chewy for Charity” campaign that is helping build awareness to hunger in Canada. It’s an important cause that momstown is proud to support! Food Banks Canada reports that 36% of the estimated 1.7 million Canadians turning to food banks in 2013 were children and youth. Read on to see how the Milton Community has come together to do our part to stomp out hunger!
A vision screening is NOT the same as an eye exam. Vision screens check basic vision. Eye exams check vision, eye coordination, eye muscle movement, eye pressures, and most importantly eye health. A vision screen WILL NOT tell you if your eyes are healthy, and let’s face it, the health of our eyes is what we need most.