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  • A: Teaching a young learner the importance of bees to our food supply and nature can help decrease their fear. We often fear the unknown. There is no guarantee, but decreasing the mystery of bugs, in particular bees, can help make them less scary.
  • A: Eid Al-Adha is a yearly celebration of the Islamic faith, remembering the story of Abraham. It focuses on sacrifice, the pilgrimage to Mecca and giving to those less fortunate. The celebration is based on the lunar calendar which changes the date each year. Most Muslims celebrate for four days, however the celebration of the first day is a must. This year it is celebrated July 19 through July 22.
  • A: What great memories the Olympics create for both the audience and the athlete. There is nothing quite like the adrenaline pumping our collective hearts faster when a sprinter crosses the finish line or a gymnast flips across the balance beam. The Olympics offer thousands of lessons, but some of the most significant are perseverance, hard work, managing disappointment, and patience. And what better time to prepare than while the summer Olympics are occurring, July 23 through August 8.
  • A: Did I hear someone say ICE CREAM? What about VIDEO GAMES? Or even CHOCOLATE? Each of these represent a great way to keep learning fun, all summer long because they all have a special dedicated celebration day.
  • A: A friend who is a new mom recently told me they wanted their little one to have more opportunities for social interaction. COVID-19 isolation had prevented their child from engaging with others regularly.
  • According to asianpacificheritage.gov “Asian Pacific American Heritage month pays tribute to the generations of Asian and Pacific Islanders who have…