Learning Games to Play with Your Toddler

Those moments when you and your toddler engage and play are some of the best moments a parent can have. When these fun moments can also be learning

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The Best Books as Gifts for Babies and Toddlers

When my oldest was about six months old, I handed him a board book to hold while I checked out my own books from the library. A kindly

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Building a Home Library for Your Kids

Although I am a huge fan of the public library, I do believe families should have some books of their own. A child can only be literate if

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Easy Lessons in Literacy Around the Home

Homeschool moms have their hands full! The good news is it is easy to introduce your littlest ones, your toddlers and preschoolers to literacy concepts in just minutes

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Easy Early Lessons for Learning Literacy in the Car

The car is a blessing and a curse. Because we are blessed with a vehicle, we can get to all sorts of opportunities. We can access resources otherwise

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A Homeschool Mom Schedule is Not for Wimps

“It’s morning, Mommy!” As usual, I start the day with my 4-year-old daughter’s cheerful greeting. After a hug and a kiss, she runs off to get ready for

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Three Things My Three-Year-Old Teaches Me

My little Strawberry-girl turned three two months ago, and the fact that it has taken me so long to get this post written is a testament to how crazy life

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Shapes Workbox

This week I want to clarify that I try to keep all the activities that my daughter is to do during her “preschool” time need to fit in

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Week in Review: Happy

I asked Raisin what the word of the week is and he responded “Happy.” I am so glad that is the end result of this week. I may

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Lessons Learned from Bedtime Stories

As I cram myself in the rocking chair with an almost two year old and a first grader, I feel elbows in my side, and knees knocking me

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