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3 Books to Read with Children ~ Homeschooling

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3 Books to Read with Children ~ Homeschooling

Every day we read at our home.  We read stories to homeschool, just for fun, and at bedtime.  These are 3 books to read with children that we just finished. They are, “Over on the Farm”, “Observing City Critters”, and “Green Bean! Green Bean!” Read more [+]

Coloring for Creativity

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Coloring for CreativityAdult coloring books are all the rage and Coloring for Creativity, is designed to help you color your way to a more creative and visionary state. The beautiful art patterns promote a sense of innovation and imagination, and the act of coloring relieves stress and can be both creatively stimulating and help you achieve a more positive state of mind as well.

This book has 288 pages.

 

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Discovery Kids Human Body Factivity

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Human Body FactivityThe Human Body Factivity kit is a journey inside the human body.

You and your child will get to:

  • Build the Skeleton
  • Learn Facts
  • Complete Activities, Puzzles, Mazes and more

This kit includes a 20 piece Human Skeleton Model to build and play.  The book contains over 400 facts and activities.

Due to small parts this is not intended for children under 3 years old

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FoxMind Games – Go Bong! & Last Mouse Lost

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Foxmind Games

My son loves playing games.  These 1 piece FoxMind Games are a great fit for small hands yet accommodate an adults hands just as well.

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Asleep on the Hay Review & $25 Giveaway Ends 12/30/15

Asleep on the HayAsleep on the Hay: A Dust Bowl Christmas by Ben Sowards

It’s Christmas Eve when a knock comes at the door of Paul’s family farmhouse. A small family is stranded due to a broken-down truck and seeks shelter for the evening. Paul’s grandfather not only welcomes them in, but offers them dinner and a bed for the night. Even though it is a season of giving, Paul’s heart is not filled with charity. It’s the height of the Dust Bowl and food is scarce. Why should he share what little he has with strangers? Worse, in order to help the sick baby, Paul will have to sell his beloved calf to buy a part to fix the truck.

Angry, he retreats to the barn, where he sleeps and dreams of faraway Bethlehem. In his dream, he visits Mary and Joseph, and their newborn son, Jesus. The family offers Paul food and shelter and warmth—extending to him the love and charity he lacks and teaching him of the true meaning of Christmas. Read more [+]

Loving Pets Fish Mat for Cats Review

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Loving Pets Fish Mat for Cats ReviewWhile I do love my cat, I must admit to not loving the mess he makes.  I’d been using Loving Pets Bone Mat which I got for my dog for my cat as he is the messier eater when we discovered their Fish Mat.

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Grandma Sweater Review

Grandma SweaterThere was the ugly sweater trend, I’ve tried to replace it with the Grandma sweater trend.   They look great, but are they?

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Crab Pot Tree Review

Crabpot Trees Xmas Review

Lit up trees are so beautiful this time of year.  I looked at my trees and there all so big it would take me days to string lights on them, this is the perfect solution. These Crab Pot Tree’s are so easy to set up and easy to store.

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