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Jigsaw Puzzles and Board Games Are a Great Family Activity at the Holidays

December 9, 2010 2 Comments

Jigsaw Puzzles and Board Games Are a Great Family Activity at the Holidays So you’re expecting a houseful for the holidays and wondering what you all can do together? Consider a board game or jigsaw puzzle as a wonderful way to spend quality time together and bond. Award-winning Buffalo Games is one o... continue reading...

Linux Gamers’ Game List

February 26, 2008 2 Comments

Linux Gamers’ Game List Okay, let's review: You have to run Windows because you need Office. Ubuntu comes preinstalled with Open Office, other distros can easily have it added. You have to run Windows because you want to easily share files and printers. NOBODY shares files and printers easier than Linux! Okay,... continue reading...

Archie Comics

June 28, 2007 No Comments

Archie Comics He's one of the most recognizable faces all over the world. He was born in 1941, yet still looks like he's seventeen years old. He has two girlfriends who are both crazy about him and jealous of each other. And the biggest worries are pop quizzes in school. Of course, I'm talking about Archie An... continue reading...

Sudoku Puzzles Online

December 7, 2005 1 Comment

Sudoku Puzzles Online Have you tried sudoku yet? I have to warn you, it's gonna addict you! Sudoku, or su doku, is a numeric puzzle that doesn't require mathematical knowledge. Instead, it is more of an exercise in logic. The idea, in case you didn't know, is to fill a nine by nine square that is itself divid... continue reading...

Learning Vocabulary Can Be Fun

August 29, 2005 No Comments

Learning Vocabulary Can Be Fun When I was growing up, one of the ways I learned to read was by playing games. This was before video games, it was way before computers, and the highest tech item I had was a coloring crayon. While crayons are still around, today's technology has made it easier to teach young o... continue reading...

Pud’s Clubhouse

June 5, 2005 No Comments

Pud’s Clubhouse One of my childhood memories was learning to blow bubbles using bubble gum. It was a chore, a messy one if you ask my mother. But it was one of those childhood rituals that we all go through, some with more ease than others. Today's Family First Site visits one of the sponsors of those childho... continue reading...

Jr. Series by Curiosoft

May 20, 2005 No Comments

Jr. Series by Curiosoft In today's society, respect is a cultural value that seems to be slipping. Many of the people that in the past that were held in esteem now seem to be relegated to nothing roles in society. There are many reasons for that, but that is not the subject of our Family First Site today. How... continue reading...

McGruff.org’s Milstein Child Safety Center

March 18, 2005 2 Comments

McGruff.org’s Milstein Child Safety Center One of the basic facts of life we try to teach our children is the difference between right and wrong. Sometimes it is easy, often times it is hard. But school age children are familiar with the subject of today�s Family First Site, one who makes it easy to tell th... continue reading...

Christmas Games & Party Ideas

December 18, 2004 2 Comments

Christmas Games & Party Ideas Today's Family First site is one that promises to have something for everyone, especially the vacationing student or child. It can even be fun for the shopping frazzled parent or grandparent just looking for a few minutes of quite cyberspace. Called Christmas Games and Holiday Id... continue reading...

Katie Did and the Neon Peach

December 3, 2004 No Comments

Katie Did and the Neon Peach Every so often a site comes along that seems to fit in with the concept of what the Internet can and should be. Today's Family First site visits one that a grown up kid has designed for kids of all ages, and finds it to be a truly fun experience. After all, you can still be gro... continue reading...

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