Tag: children

UF Honors Veterans at Free Family Fishing Event

By Kim Scotto-Kelley GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The UF/IFAS School of Forest Resources and Conservation (SFRC) will host its final Family Fishing Day of the year on Saturday, Nov. 16. This month’s free event celebrates both Veterans Day and… Read More

UF/IFAS Partners with USDA Forest Service to get Kids in the Woods

By Kim Scotto-Kelley GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Are you worried about your child getting more ‘screen time’ than ‘green time’ this summer? Camp Kids in the Woods, a joint initiative between the UF/IFAS School of Forest Resources and Conservation… Read More

Creating a Healthy Morning Routine for Your Family

Daylight savings time starts this Sunday, which means putting our clocks forward an hour and adjusting our morning routines. This can be a challenge for anyone, families included. Here are some tips for creating a healthy morning routine… Read More

Youth and Video Games

From instant messaging classmates to researching on the Internet, today’s youth are increasingly using electronic media for many different purposes. Youth also use electronics recreationally through activities such as downloading music and playing video games (the latter being… Read More

Helping Children with Homework

While many students may not enjoy homework, it teaches them organizational skills and lets them work independently. Completing homework each night also provides practice for what they learned in class. Homework can also be beneficial to parents and… Read More