Starting A Kid’s Business Week 21

It is NEVER too early for teaching kids financial responsibility.  With being such an important life skill, it ABSOLUTELY needs to be a part of their maturing years.  And thanks to The Kingdom Code, which has made it possible for my 12-year-old to begin his own business using The Complete Starter Kit

Follow Z’s journey each week as he embarks on learning all the ins-and-outs, as well as the components necessary for successfully developing his business. Continue reading

Educational Rewards For Homeschoolers

Some children are naturally bent to enjoy all things academic, except for my three homeschooling kids!  When a choice was made to educate at home, life became very rote for my students who were not challenged by outside influences.  After seven years of home education, a reward system of some kind, had to be in place.  Here is a strategy I developed to help motivate my reluctant learners, while appealing to a job well done. 
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Mabel’s Labels GIVEAWAY

Ever wonder why kids lose more stuff due to disorganization?  A common problem for families with children of any age.  And with parents always having a full load of responsibilities, keeping track of everyday items is difficult.  Not so with Mabel’s Labels  a SOLUTION for the stuff kids lose.

A huge thank you to Mabel’s Labels for sponsoring this GIVEAWAY, and making it possible for one lucky reader to receive a FREE Starter Pack of labels!
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Without Challenge There Is No Change

How comfortable am I walking into a room full of strangers?  I pondered this question as I watched my girls move throughout a trial ballet class.  The others were graced with ease, confidence and poise as their comfort level was left untouched.  And yet my two were smitten with an almost stoic position, because their comfortability had been challenged foremost.

A powerful transformation happens when changes occur and one submits to the challenge!
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Starting A Kid’s Business Week 20

It is NEVER too early for teaching kids financial responsibility.  With being such an important life skill, it ABSOLUTELY needs to be a part of their maturing years.  And thanks to The Kingdom Code, which has made it possible for my 12-year-old to begin his own business using The Complete Starter Kit

Follow Z’s journey each week as he embarks on learning all the ins-and-outs, as well as the components necessary for successfully developing his business. Continue reading

SchoolhouseTeachers.com (Review)

Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. 

A full online curriculum with a fresh new approach using SchoolhouseTeachers.com.  This Ultimate PreK-12 Annual Membership is available for families looking to enhance their educational journey or considering some supplemental resources to support their current curriculum.  From preschool to high school the flexibility of this website gives the educator freedom to choose what works best for each student.  It is complete support for families one click at a time!
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Washington D.C. With Kids

Washington D. C. a city where the breath of principles unfolded, establishment of government took root, and E pluribus unum is the statement which shaped who we are today.  A young nation grew-up before the watching eyes of the people, which in turn became one of the greatest democracies in the world.  This is where history happened!

Make the most of your visit by knowing the in’s and out’s of how to manipulate this city with kids.    Continue reading

Realistic New Year Resolution

New Year resolution with good intentions are easily neglected when the routine of life takes over.  Oh, the guilt of unfilled expectations!  It is better to commit to realistically changing than failing before even getting started. 

A few practical resolutions that will leave you positively charged, an excellent way to begin a New Year and a New You!  
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