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Celebrate Read Across America 2018

Celebrate Read Across America 2018 NEA’s Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss.     In cities and towns across the nation, teachers, teenagers, librarians, politicians, actors, athletes, parents,…

Back to School With Top Cashback

Back to School With Top Cashback Sponsored Post It’s Back To School season.  Which means back to school shopping, which behind Holiday shopping, is polled as one the most expensive times of the year.  Not to mention stressful if you like me, has a tween/teen to shop with.   Before you pull your hair out, wave the white flag or break open…

My Last Week In Review

Have you ever had one of those days?  How about one of those weeks?  Boy did I! HEALTH If you follow me on Facebook, you may have seen my live feed about this past week. It was filled with health issues and depression for me and then surgery for both my mom and my mother-in-law.  Both…

Movies and Homeschool

When you homeschool there is a lot of freedom to teach our kids.  Almost anything can be a learning opportunity.  Cooking is a life skill, bank trip is finance/math and yes, even a trip to the movies can be educational. I especially love when movies have teachers guides already set up for use.  Easy is…

Never Take Books For Granted

Growing up, I loved to read.  I was constantly in the school library and even helped out during study period.  Being grounded as a teen didn’t really bother me for I still had my books and music.  No loss to me. Now having kids of my own, I love how much they too love books….

Gift Guide for Homeschoolers

If you are someone you know homeschools, than this is the guide for you.  From toys to books and more.  Education is never boring.   Gifts for ages 3 to 8 Life of Fred Math Books Learning math, like literacy, is the key to endless doors in life. Story-based math learning has proven time and…

Educator Open House at World of Coca-Cola

On Saturday, Aug. 27, World of Coca-Cola is hosting Educator Open House in partnership with Georgia Aquarium and Center for Civil and Human Rights. Local educators, including homeschool teachers, are invited to come see why the attractions should be their next field trip destinations. Attending educators visit the attractions for free from 8 a.m.-12 p.m….

End of the Year Blowout with Educents!

If you home school or just looking for something to add to your child’s education, Educents has you covered.  Check out their sale before it ends. CODE SAVINGS Gearing up for 2015?  You can save an EXTRA 10% on already discounted items like Melissa & Doug toys, Life of Fred books, and more!  Use code…

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