Today’s review features a detailed look at the newest interactive learning program for young children, LeapFrog Academy®. LeapFrog® designed this for 3-6-year-olds to play on the go on any internet-capable device.
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My Favorite Things ($110 LOOP GIVEAWAY)
**THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED** **WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT AT BOTTOM OF BLOG POST** Want to win a $75 Amazon Gift Card? If so, today’s post is just what you need! 1. Watch my video sharing information about my channel and my favorite things. Watch this video! 2. Follow the directions I shared in the video to enterContinue reading “My Favorite Things ($110 LOOP GIVEAWAY)”
Homeschool Mom Encouragement! Why We All Need Help Collaboration
Today I’m participating in a collaboration, hosted by Family of Three Homeschool and The Ingrid Chronicles! These videos focus on how it is okay to ask for help with our homeschool journey. The participants also highlighted a few resources of where to get help. If you could use a bit of encouragement, a few sillyContinue reading “Homeschool Mom Encouragement! Why We All Need Help Collaboration”
5 Ways to Homeschool WITHOUT Stress
If you’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed then this post is for you!
Our Prayer for 2021
2020 was a year to remember but 2021 is full of new possibilities. Let’s reflect and prepare!
BOTW: Crow Boy by Taro Yashima
Crow Boy by Taro Yashima is a great tale about a young boy’s school career and the assumptions made by his peers
Wife Talk: 13 Years of Marriage
This week, my husband Kevin and I celebrated 13 years of marriage.
BOTW: The Parker Inheritance by Varian Johnson
The Parker Inheritance by Variance Johnson takes the reader throughout a small town’s history via a resurrected treasure hunt, multiple family dynamics, and the emotions that Middle School aged children endure.
Wife Talk: Your Purpose Starts At Home
Watching my mother and grandmother provided pivotal examples of how important being a wife and mother is.
BOTW: I Survived the Nazi Invasion, 1944 by Lauren Tarshis
Check out Bear’s review along with my take on this book.