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Book Review: Garden Safari Vegetable Soup + Discount Code

Garden Safari

Disclosure: This post regarding Garden Safari Vegetable Soup is sponsored by Kitchen Club Kids, however, all opinions are 100% my own and are not influenced in any way. Reading has been a huge part of my life since I was a little girl. I've always loved books. My husband, as you all know, is a teacher and he truly knows the importance of reading with kids. He and I both have always been passionate about spreading our love for reading to our … [Read more...]

Teaching Kids About Recycling with Homemade Earth Crayons

teaching kids about recycling

My kids are still fairly young at 5, 4 and 2. They are not, however, too young to learn about recycling and how important it is to our Earth. April is Earth Month and it's the perfect time teaching kids about recycling. My kids have been somewhat familiar with it for a while now since we have been recycling items in our home for years. We all know there's always more to learn and teaching them the hows and whys behind the action is something we … [Read more...]

Give an Epic Gift with the LeapFrog Epic Tablet

LeapFrog Epic Tablet

As a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador, I receive products to use and share as I see fit. However, any opinions expressed are 100% my own and are not influenced in any way. As a Mom I strive to find toys for my little ones that are not only fun but that help promote learning as well. There are so many toys on the market that focus strictly on imaginative play. It can be hard to find toys that encourage little ones to learn fun and exciting new things such … [Read more...]

Share Your Favorite Book and The UPS Store will Donate to Toys for Tots

Toys for Tots

This post is sponsored by The UPS Store. All opinions are 100% my own and are not influenced in any way. I am thrilled to bring you information about the #ReadItForward campaign! Reading has been something I've loved since I was a kid. Sharing books with my kids is something I would consider magical. I love seeing their faces and their imaginations shine when my husband and I read books to them. This year I was thrilled when I heard that The … [Read more...]

Don’t Forget the Books! Great gift ideas for Children & A Giveaway!

No Yeti Yet

I've partnered with Media Masters Publicity to bring you this review and giveaway. All opinions are 100% my own. Books have been a passion of mine since I was a kid. I love to read and now that I have little ones, I love to read to them. We read a few times during the day and every night at bedtime. The kids always love hearing the story and the love talking about it. Often times they will remember parts of the book and want to "read" pages to … [Read more...]

Educational Must Have Gifts from LeapFrog

Number Lovin' Oven

As a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador, I receive products to use and share as I see fit. However, any opinions expressed are 100% my own and are not influenced in any way. Educational gifts have always been something I have been an advocate for since my now 19 year old was very young. Any time someone wants to buy my kids something fun I ask them to consider fun and educational items. Education is a priority in our house and it's so important to me … [Read more...]

Kindergarten Learning Made Fun with LeapFrog

Leap Pad Platinum

As a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador, I receive products to use and share as I see fit. However, any opinions expressed are 100% my own and are not influenced in any way. I'm so excited to be part of the LeapFrog Ambassador program! We've been a LeapFrog family since my now 19 year old was small! We are in the sixth week of school here and LA is loving kindergarten. We have been working with him daily on his alphabet sounds. Just in time for back to … [Read more...]

Preschool Halloween Worksheet Printable

Preschool Halloween Printable

Now that LA is in school we practice things every day with him. Addy is 3 now and she loves to learn and thinks she can be just like her brother and do school things, too. It breaks her heart that she can't go to school with him. I've recently gotten in to doing fun printables with her that are holiday or month themed that she enjoys, but they also have a purpose: to teach her more! I thought since we've been having so much fun with these I'd … [Read more...]

A Parental Debate: Teacher or Technology?

Teacher or Technology

This is a sponsored post, however, all opinions are 100% my own and are not influenced in any way. As the wife of a teacher one would think my views might be a bit different than the typical parent of a school aged child. When it comes to asking questions regarding a child's education sometimes parents surprise me with their responses. A recent survey conducted by Follett asked which is more important in the learning environment of their … [Read more...]

Back to School Prep with Kellogg’s and Scholastic!

Reading for #Back2SchoolReady

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #Back2SchoolReady #CollectiveBias Ahhh....back to school time! The time of year that gets our routines back on track and gets the kids on their way to learning all they can! My husband (elementary school teacher) has lost count of the times he has heard "I haven't read a book since school let out!" from his students upon returning to class … [Read more...]

Make Learning Fun with Hands-On-Prints Books #HandsOnPrints

Hands-on-Print Books

My husband, as you all know, is a teacher. He and I both have an incredible love for books. I recently participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Hands-on-Prints books. I received books to facilitate my review and since we love them I want to tell you all about them! With a Masters in Early Childhood Education, Christinia Cheung was compelled to write her Hands-on-Prints books after establishing a Montessori … [Read more...]

Send Greetings with Creative Card Ideas from the Hallmark Value Section at Walmart

Creative Card Ideas #ValueCards #Shop

Our home has been incredibly busy over the past month. Back to school has been crazy! You all know we have three going "back to school" this year and with LA starting preschool/pre-k, I wanted to take some time out from the craziness and enjoy some family time with a celebration to make back to school a big deal! With the variety of back to school ages in our home (hubby as a teacher, oldest son as a college student and youngest as a pre-k … [Read more...]

The Ideal Child Book Series for Inquisitive Toddlers: Guess Who

Guess Who Zoo Child Book Series

Our four year old son is going through a very inquisitive stage. He wants to know everything, which gives us the perfect opportunity to quiz him and make sure he's retaining everything he's asking! We recently received¬† some books for review that were perfect for this stage and keeps our little guy's mind going! Best of all, it's a child book series that can keep his interest over time! The Guess Who series is written by Howard Eisenberg and … [Read more...]

Bing Offers Ad Free Search in the Classroom

Thanks to Bing for sponsoring today's discussion. We have a wide range of experience with school aged children. Our oldest is a senior in high school this year - can you believe that!? Our second is about to go into preschool and my husband is an elementary school teacher. Education is a priority in our house, as it is in many homes. I come from a family that doesn't value education as much as I would have liked them to. I was determined to … [Read more...]