Issues: October 2014

In This Issue
A review of four educational websites that can help students who are struggling in school
By Nathalie Laflamme
The Quebec Special Needs Association hosts an Expo on disabilities at Stade Uniprix on October 19, 2014
by Marissa Miller
Children's book review that puts the spotlight on scary stories, just in time for Halloween
By Kelly Di Domenico
Espace Projet is a Montreal art and design gallery with a new program designed for children ages 8 to 12.
By Nathalie Laflamme
Disney on Ice: Princesses and Heroes show comes to the Montreal Bell Centre from October 8-13, 2014
by Chris Hanna
TOHU in Montreal offers many family-friendly circus shows throughout the fall
By Amanda L. Shore
Quebec Girl Guide commissioner talks about how the girl guides organization has changed over the years to keep up with the times and the girls who are part of the organiation
By Morgan Lowrie
The Gladiator Sock is a product manufactured in Montreal that offers full leg coverage that is stronger and more cut-resistant than regular knit hockey socks
By Elizabeth Tomaras
KidzillaFun Amusement Park in Lasalle offers ball pits, jungle gyms, slides, private party rooms and play areas for children ages 24 months to 9 years
By Elizabeth Tomaras
JUMP Math is a program being used internationally by students who are struggling in math and is designed to help build a child's confidence
By Amanda L. Shore