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10 Years of Familius

Familius is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year! Read along to learn what our founder and CEO Christopher Robbins has to say about the last 10 years and our goals for the next 10 years. Goals and Coaches Familius’s goal is to help you have a happy family. We like the goal. We want …

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Five Inspiring Women You (And Your Children) Should Know

History is full of amazing women to admire, although it may not be easy to find their stories. After all, society has not always valued women’s voices. Women have often been barred from public life. Even if they managed to overcome all obstacles in order to make a difference, their contributions have often been erased …

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6 Questions to Help You Set Up Your Family Home Library

Reading together is crucial for developing language and literacy skills and a love of learning! Children learn best through social interaction and what better way to foster those positive relationships than sharing a story? While you’ll definitely want to connect with your local public library to expand your access to quality books, here are some …

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Why We Read

In honor of National Read a Book Day, our Familius Family has shared the reasons they love to read. This holiday was founded to give readers a chance to participate in their favorite pastime. Nationaldaytoday.com suggests celebrating by reading, volunteering at a local library, and sharing your favorite book with a child to pass on …

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Twelve Ways a Father Can Become a “Dad”

We’ve heard it before, “Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad.” But what makes a father successful enough to be a “Dad”? Yes, most children call their father “dad,” but let’s make a distinction here. Let’s capitalize “Dad” when he is more than just a father. After all, …

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