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Why Those Video Games Aren’t Rotting Your Child’s Brain

July 7, 2018

Games, in a general form, are as old as contemporary society. Across the globe civilizations like the Greeks, Babylonians, and the Chinese empire created games and used them as critical parts of how they acquired new information, related to other people, and developed strategies. In recent developments, there’s been a marked effort to increase children’s…

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Furthering Your Private Education Outside of School

June 21, 2018

There are so many ways to raise a child and, as they say, “it takes a village.” Thus, pursuing educational activities that are still fun and enriching throughout the entirety of your summer is almost a necessity. Your private education for your child is a crucial piece of the kind of person your child will…

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Creating Your Northern Colorado Summer Bucket List ( Part Two)

June 14, 2018

Resurrection Christian School is here because of our absolute passion to create the scholars and successful people of tomorrow.  We understand that it’s important to keep the mind active and display real-world application of the core knowledge that they’re building up. While a bored mind can accomplish much, sometimes family time and summer activities just…

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Reinforcing Important Values During The Summer Months

May 11, 2018

If you have your child enrolled at our Christian school in Loveland, you get to enjoy the benefit of having important values reinforced daily in the classroom in your child’s life. Values — such as honesty, kindness, compassion, humility, and more — are all a major component of their day-to-day studies. When school lets out…

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“Sensing” Christmas

November 28, 2014

  December 2014  It’s December and the Christmas season is upon us! It is time to take down all the orange and brown decorations from the fall season and put up the sparkly décor. Why does it seem to come quicker every year? I barely had time to digest my turkey and let the tryptophan kick…

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