Come see us at the 2016 Macaroni Kid Douglas County Summer Camp & Activities Fair Sunday, April 10 at 10:00am-3:00pm at The Wildlife Experience hosted by Macaroni Kids Highlands Ranch Parker
Come visit us at the Highlands Ranch Community Association Kid’s Summer Expo on April 16 from Noon to 3:00pm at the Eastridge Recreation Center: 9568 University Blvd., Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 This is a FREE event!
Whether acting, working with Talk to the Camera or parenting, Walters’ goal is to inspire her children to feel empowered to pursue their dreams. Read more about how “This stay-at-home-mom turned actress helps kids develop confidence in front of the camera.”
Mile High Mamas, a Denver parenting website/blog has featured our Summer Camps for the second year in a row and thinks it’s the answer to kids summer boredom. Plus we’re offering an exclusive discount to Mile High Mamas readers in their Summer Camp Guide. Read the full article and enter to win by...
Mile High Mamas, a Denver parenting website/blog has featured our summer camps and thinks it’s an amazing way for kids to spend a week this summer. Plus we’re offering a FREE SUMMER CAMP GIVEAWAY ($240 value) on their website. Read the full article and enter to win by...
Check out our Co-Creator, Instructor and Actor, Audrey Walters on the red carpet premiere screening of the AMC Network’s new original series “Preacher” in L.A. this past weekend! We’re so proud of Audrey and can’t wait to tune in every week to watch the show! The season premiere is Sunday, May 22nd on AMC.
The Denver Post YourHub community edition features Talk to the Camera for a Business Q&A feature. Learn how our company got started and what’s next for us.
Talk to the Camera has a HEART for kids! The week of May 16-23, for every summer camp purchased at 5 select locations, we will GIVE a summer camp scholarship to a child in financial need. Talk to the Camera gives back and provides the opportunity for ALL children to SHINE, regardless of their financial situation!
This year I have a different feeling going into the Thanksgiving holidays. Our country is suffering so much tragedy right now. Many of our comforts that make us feel secure, have been shaken. The tragic shootings, natural disasters, deaths and trauma have hit too close to home.
It’s that time of year to spread holiday cheer. One of the best ways to teach our children to be empathetic and kind is to give back. Here are some creative ways to encourage your children to give back.
Do you remember the first time you had to speak in front of your class? your colleagues? Even a bunch of friends? It can be daunting. I know it was for me. So you can probably imagine how hard it is for your children. As a certified public speaking coach and an educator, I see it all the time. No-one wants to be judged by their peers, feel awkward or look silly. What happens if they forget their speech or get embarrassed? It can be a very scary experience, but there really are a few simple tools for making speaking in front of the class easier, and even fun! Added bonus: You get to do some of these together!
Our children see and hear a lot of sad situations in school, on the tv, even online. We try and protect our kids from the pain and suffering in the world, but seeing the images of flood victims, devastating wildfires or a homeless person on the side of the road can provide a teaching opportunity for parents .
It’s graduation season and many parents are celebrating their kiddos milestones from Pre-K graduations to Continuations and High School Graduations. As a mom who has celebrated all of those great moments with my oldest child, my daughter and soon will celebrate these rights of passage with my two sons, I want to share a heartfelt poem I wrote. I shared this poem with my daughter before she went off to college to share with her my belief in the awesome power of AND. Check out the video below! I’ve also listed the entire poem below the video.
As a parent these days, there is so much social media to navigate and monitor. I feel like an explorer in a new world. Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, YouTube…..you name it. I am still reeling from being a late bloomer on Facebook and now my kids tell me, Instagram is where it is at!
Our fun, energetic and creative co-creators Audrey Walters and Jenny Gilbert met when their children were in preschool and elementary school together. They discovered a shared bond for helping kids develop life-long communication skills!
What would our world look like if we didn’t have the distractions of iPods, iPads or iPhones? OMG!! What?!?!… actually carrying on a conversation without texting! That is 2G2BT (to good to be true) Parenting today is tough! We are chauffeurs, teachers, chefs, maids and parents. How do we find time to connect with our kids, let alone help boost their self confidence?