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Reading Eggs and Math Seeds Learning Workbook Giveaway

Reading Eggs and Math Seeds Learning Workbook Giveaway! Ends 11/14

Learning is fundamental. I’m a strong believer that every student, given the opportunity to learn, can excel. For some, it takes more practice, but practice never hurt anyone. Besides their regular school and homework, the girls use workbooks to practice. This way I am able to see where they are, and where they need more help. Enter for your chance to win the Reading Eggs and Math Seeds Learning Workbook giveaway. This post contains an affiliate link.

Constipation can be a tough subject to talk about. First consult your doctor and then check out these 5 ways to help ease constipation in children.

5 Ways To Help Ease Constipation In Children

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Constipation is a tough subject to talk about, especially with young children who don’t understand what is happening. When it’s time to go back to school, young children may be too shy to ask to use the restroom and avoid going altogether, which leads to a common, but uncomfortable, issue: constipation.

My love of cooking started at my local community center at their Teen Cooking Class. Learn how to inspire your kids to do through hands on learnining!

How To Inspire Your Kids To Do Through Hands On Learning!

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My love of cooking started at my local community center at their Teen Cooking Class. It was so exciting to be able to make a banana nut bread for the first time! That love of cooking has stayed with me, and it’s one of my favorite things to do. Naturally, any chance I get to cook with my girls we DO.

Empowering your childen with life skills to a last a lifetime benefits not only them, but also those closest to them, including their friends and community.

Empowering Your Children With Life Skills To Last A Lifetime

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The first time I didn’t go to summer camp was at the end of 5th grade. Before that, my mother had enrolled me in camp every year, and looking back, I wish I hadn’t talked her out of it that year. I gained a lot of weight over that summer due to inactivity – and unfortunately it just kept coming on.