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bookbookseducationalkidsschool at home

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of First 5 California via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine. I’m a homeschooler, so I am very well aware of the importance of early learning. Those first 5 years are the most critical in any child’s

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it's valentine's day
bookbookskids

Every Valentine’s Day, my kiddos wake up to a basket of love. A little bit of chocolate, lots of hearts items, clothes and definitely BOOKS! Help your child learn to love books. The adventures they can take and knowledge they will absorb. They will be hungry for more! HarperCollins has

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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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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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DVDeducational

I hope you already know of the fabulous and educational book, The Scrambled States of America by Laurie Keller.  If not, please check it out.  Keller brings life to a perhaps boring, but essential topic of our country’s 50 unique states.  The book is a very popular tool used across

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DVDkids

The new year has been a rough start for my family. Each one hit by the flu and then croup. Now my daughter was hit again with another virus. She’s on a strict schedule of resting on the couch and taking it easy. Scholastic Storybook Treasures are truly helping her

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