Wit, Not Witchcraft: Screening Shakespeare in Brandon Valley

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Teacher & coach Matt Christensen delivers the Bard to the emoji generation.

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GFP Offers Free Archery Training to Educators

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South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) recently announced an upcoming training for the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).

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Why Summer Jobs Don't Pay

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Facing the costs of college

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Dinosaur Train

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All aboard the Dinosaur Train! In this fun, interactive website, you will learn a whole bunch of different dino facts, play fun games, and watch some T-riffic dinosaur videos.

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Summer Reading For The College-Bound

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Lots of colleges have common reading programs; some are just for freshmen, and for others, the entire campus or local community joins in. What are college kids reading this summer? Here's a sampling.

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Full Time Kid: Slushies

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Are you sick of popsicles and ice cream yet? Try this fun slushy recipe! It's super easy, and you don't even need a slushy maker to make them.

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My Son Is In Special Education And I Want Him To Be Challenged

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Increasing standards in Special Education

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Buddy & SDPB at Storybook Land

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Come see Buddy and his SDPB Marketing pals at the 12th Annual Storybook Land Festival! You won't want to miss this weekend of fun!

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How To Pick Kids' Apps For The Backseat This Summer

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Screen time can be more than a distraction if you follow these principles.

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Design Squad Nation: Camping

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If you are planning on hitting the outdoors anytime soon, here are a few camping hacks that will make your life easier!

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Full Time Kid: S'Mores Solar Cooker

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It's the middle of summer and the hot, sunny weather is finally upon us! It's a perfect time to start talking about the sun, and the solar system. With just a few household items, see how solar energy creates enough heat to make a delicious melted snack.

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Summer Reading For Your Woke Kid

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A list of books that frame big issues through a lens children can understand.

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Preschool, A State-By-State Update

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The National Institute for Early Education Research has a new state-by-state report on preschool funding, enrollment and teacher quality. The findings are both encouraging and sobering.

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Popsicle Stick American Flags

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Make these mini American flags at home for a great Fourth of July craft that kids will enjoy. Have a safe and happy holiday!

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Full Time Kid: Wind Chime

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Gather up some string, a plastic lid, and a collection of objects from the house or outdoors, and transform these objects into a beautiful wind chime!

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