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To cut down on your child’s anxiety, not to mention the cries of “I’m bored,” we’ve compiled a list of things to prepare them for a hurricane and to keep them entertained. Explain hurricanes Tell your children that a hurricane is a giant, rainy windstorm that requires a lot of preparation and precaution. The more children know about the storm and safety procedures, the more confident they will ...

Morrison — Wanda Leona, 94, of Longview, died May 20, 2021, at PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center. Dahl-McVicker Funeral Home.

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TikTok creator @houseofnickmond came up with a creative way to use a Goodwill lamp and globe by turning the globe into a lamp shade. This DIY is perfect for a classroom, kid’s room, or just for an adult who appreciates eclectic décor.

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Owners must also remove the living adult fleas, eggs and carcasses from their pet’s fur.

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A classic card game with a twist, that’s suitable for kids and adults to play. It features a machine that randomly shoots out cards and make-your-own wild cards. For kids ages 7 and up, but younger ones may also enjoy it. It can be difficult to put the cards in the dispenser.

My walking partners convinced me cleaning up the environment is a worthy cause. I've joined in to help pick up nails from the streets, cans an…

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The Mazda 3 is one of the most refined and enjoyable small cars to drive. Mazda offers two body styles: a regular sedan or a hatchback with more cargo space. You can get both with all-wheel drive. Look for a Mazda 3 in the 2.5 S trim level or the new-for-2021 2.5 Turbo. All-wheel drive is optional on the 2.5 S and standard on the 2.5 Turbo. The 2.5 S has a 186-horsepower four-cylinder engine, while the 2.5 Turbo offers 250 horsepower. The Mazda 3 doesn’t have as much rear legroom as other top small cars such as the Honda Civic, but what it does have is useful enough for adults on short journeys. Starting MSRP: $25,045.

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Kids aren’t the only ones who need some fun. Toy companies are targeting bored adults stuck at home during the pandemic. Need something to fidget during your next Zoom meeting? Hasbro has new moldable Play-Doh varieties that smell like stuff grown-ups would recognize: lattes, fresh cut grass and smoked meats.

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Chess gets the Disney treatment in this family treat about a 10-year-old Ugandan girl who pulls her family out of poverty through her chess skills. Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo are both terrific as the adults who cheer her on. (Disney+)

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Kids of all ages (and even some adults) can struggle with sitting still and remaining on video for class all day. If your child likes to fidget, you might want to consider buying a large stress ball for them to squeeze with their hands or feet off screen. It can help get out some of their energy so they can stay focused on class. If you search online for “giant stress ball,” you'll find plenty of options for under $15.

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Both adults and children may feel the urge to pick up a device just because it’s around. “Our devices are addictive and designed to be that way,” said Dr. Megan DeFrates, a clinical associate of pediatrics at the University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital. “They’re designed in a way that we get a little dopamine boost, a little hit when we get a like or a notification.”

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