Walking the Maker Faire and Getting Inspired

One of the cool aspects of our jobs as Product Managers involves researching new markets. We have been watching the Maker Movement develop over the last couple of years and recently decided to research this movement a bit further. In … Read More


Running a Successful Craft Program

From toddlers to teens to senior citizens, crafting is an exciting, creative experience that offers pleasure and fulfillment. For children, crafts free the creative spirit and set a life-long pattern for imaginative thinking. For the handicapped or learning disabled, crafts … Read More


9 Reasons I Knew I Had to Invent jWAY

For starters, if I wasn’t going to do it, someone else was! 1. jWay is the first ever, life size board game that is actually ACTIVE! If you’ve seen jWAY in action than you would know that it is a … Read More


DIY Father’s Day Puzzle

Father’s Day is right around the corner, so we wanted to show you a simple and inexpensive craft you can make to show your Dad how much you care. Nothing says I love you more than a handmade gift!! He … Read More


Pineapple Mason Jar

I don’t know about you, but I love pineapples! Not only are they delicious, but they are an adorable fruit and perfect for inspiring a fun summer craft. I saw a mini pineapple in the grocery store and it gave … Read More


Celebrate MyPlate in 8 Great Ways!

MyPlate is the USDA food symbol that illustrates our five food groups into a familiar image for kids. It represents a place setting for a meal. These five food groups are the building blocks for a healthy diet and MyPlate … Read More


S&S Weathers World War II with Sensory Therapy

Did You Know? that many S&S employees served overseas in the armed forces, or in the war effort at Pratt & Whitney, or Electric Boat? Back in the 1940s it was a challenge to keep our positions filled! At that time, … Read More


9 Fourth of July Crafts Under $1

You can get creative for under $1 per person this Fourth of July with these awesome craft kits. Whether you have a Celebrate America camp theme, need an activity for a 4th of July barbecue, or you have older residents … Read More


Pom Pom Tree

My favorite type of craft is the kind where you can re-purpose and up-cycle ordinary items that might have otherwise been overlooked or thrown away. After our long New England winter, there was plenty of debris scattered around outside.  One … Read More


Physical Educators – Making a Difference

Physical Education teachers are truly amazing! I have believed this ever since I become one back in 1986 and I was reminded of how truly special they are the other day while reviewing 236 responses to a survey that S&S conducted … Read More


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