Just Say No to the Summer Slump

Summertime, and the living is easy... At least if you're a kid on summer break! Kids are out of school for the summer and enjoying their freedom from alarm clocks and homework assignments. Unfortunately with all of that fun and freedom comes a downside: the summertime slump. Check out our infographic on the "summer slump" and learn how to help your kids enjoy a healthy, happy summer without becoming couch potatoes!

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Summer Party Planning 101

Does your child have a summer birthday? If you're trying to plan a special day for your birthday kid during the summer months, there are a few things you should know. Read on to learn some pro tips from the birthday party experts at Monkey Joe's!

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Support Alex’s Lemonade Stand in June

We're excited to be supporting Alex's Lemonade Stand in June, but we need your help! Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation is curing childhood cancer, one cup at a time, and Monkey Joe's is joining the cause again this year to help raise money and awareness. Read on to learn what we've got planned and how you can follow in Alex's inspiring footsteps to make a positive change in the world!

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End of the Year Tips to Help Kids Stay Focused

The end of another school year is upon us, and kids everywhere are practically vibrating with excitement for the coming summer vacation. Let's be honest, most parents and teachers are, too! Of course, everyone has to stick it out until the end of the year, and hopefully learn a thing or two along the way. So how can you encourage focus and concentration at this most distracting of times? We're here to help with some handy tips.

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Do You Know a Kid Who Gives Back?

When Alexandra Scott passed away at 8 years old, she had helped raise over $1 million for childhood cancer research.Today, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation continues her legacy through national fundraising to find a cure for childhood cancer, and by demonstrating that no matter how young or old, we all have the power to make a positive difference in the world. This June, we will be spotlighting kids who make a difference in their communities, and we need your help.

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May is National Physical Fitness Month!

Is your child getting enough exercise? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, kids and adolescents need 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day. Getting enough exercise has many benefits for kids and adults alike, from muscular fitness to heart health, but it can also benefit kids in other ways, like developing stronger bones and boosting brain growth.

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How to Connect with Other Homeschooling Families

If your family homeschools, you probably know the importance of connecting with other families who are familiar with the experience. Since May is Homeschool Awareness Month, we're sharing some tips to help you meet other homeschoolers in your community!

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3 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day with Your Kids

Today is Earth Day, an annual event founded in 1970 to promote environmental protection. For parents, it's also a wonderful opportunity to teach kids about nature and conservation! If you're looking for ways to celebrate Earth Day with your kids, read on for some ideas.

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Group Rates for Summer Fun

While kids are already looking forward to summer vacation, parents are trying to figure out what to do with them over the break. That means it's time for your day care, camp, or other summer program for kids to go ahead and plan a field trip to Monkey Joe's!

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Spring Into Action at Monkey Joe’s

Spring has sprung, and if you have kids, you may have noticed the telltale signs of spring fever! That's right, the end of the school year is finally in sight, and both kids and adults alike are starting to get antsy for summer. Fortunately, when your kids are buzzing with energy you can always bring them to Monkey Joe's for some active play in our indoor playground.

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