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palm springstravel

These free educational worksheets for kids on roadtrips has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #Tips4Trips #CollectiveBias Living in a prime spot of the US for roadtrippin’, we do it often.  Keeping kids busy and entertained (and also quiet) on long

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electrical wizard nikola tesla book review
bookbookseducationalschool at home

As a homeschool mom, I get really excited about educational books, especially those scientific or historical in nature.  My first grader is really interested in the whys and hows, and since I am a far cry from a scientist, I turn to books that she can understand.  Here are a

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stone giant michelangelo's david book review
educationalkidsschool at home

I’m a homeschool mom so I look to make every facet of our day educational.  What I’ve learned from homeschooling my young daughter is that kids LOVE to LEARN, but dislike formal worksheets (though sometimes they are just necessary).  Maybe it’s just my girl, but she forces me to get

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reading eggs review
educationalkidsschool at home

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs. As a homeschooling mom to a 1st grader, I know how daunting teaching your child can be, especially to read.  With the high expectations put on children these days, I often end my days feeling inadequate and

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sophia the first tiara headphones review
disneyelectronicskidstoystraveltween

Something that comes along with being a mom of a girl is lots of singing in the home.  My daughter is always belting out something, typically that song from Frozen all the girls are obsessed with!  We love music in our house and welcome her to express herself as she

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national geographic kids books review
bookbookseducationalschool at home

I blinked and my baby girl became a kid.  She will be turning seven in a month and as a homeschooling mom, I am always struggling to keep her challenged. It is truly something I never stop looking for — new resources to teach her everything I can.  A wonderful

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magnetalk adventures review
creativeeducationalschoolschool at hometoys

The MagneTalk Match-up Adventures Kit is one of those educational tools that can be used over and over for different lessons – who doesn’t love that? Homeschool is getting pretty intense for me as the first semester is quickly coming to an end.  I’ve been using every resource I can

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magic school bus weather lab
educationalkidsschoolschool at hometoys

It’s the end of weather week here in homeschool.  I planned on this being a topic earlier in the year but “weather” is mostly nonexistent here in the desert during the summer.  The temperature fluctuates more now and we get a bit of precipitation here and there, so it felt

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grammar gumballs review
educationalkidsschool at hometoys

I introduced Super Duper this summer, a mecca website for homeschool parents, or those who supplement at home.  Quality resources for homeschool are like finding gold and I have a few more gems to share with you, sent for review. An area of concern for me with my 6, almost

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beginner homeschool schedule
schoolschool at home

This post brought to you by BIC®. All opinions are 100% mine. Back in the swing of things with homeschool, I’m up to my elbows in project supplies, curriculum books, and ideas, all pinned to their respective Pinterest boards.  I spend a good deal of the weekends organizing our schedule

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