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Help your little one learn to read with the new online program from UCanCourses. Just 10 minutes a day will get your child reading before first grade!

10 Minutes A Day Will Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade!

The following is a sponsored post for Wendy’s Bloggers on behalf of The Ucan Group. All materials were supplied to me for the 10 Minutes A Day Will Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade post.

Kindergarten is the new First Grade!
While I didn’t quite push for Em to start reading too early, I’d like to try to get Anabelle on track for Kindergarten next year.

I've joined together with blogger friends for the Winter Is Coming Giveaway Hop - which includes my own personal $10 Amazon Gift Card giveaway.

$10 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway & Winter Is Coming Hop! Ends 12/21

Are you as excited about the holidays as I am? Last night was the 2nd night of Hanukkah, and the girls are having a blast! They received an Echo Dot Kids Edition, and I must confess it’s pretty cool. The features are kid-friendly and allow for incredible parental control. Plus it comes with one year of FreeTime for free – get a free 30-day trial to check it out! Are you done with your holiday shopping yet? Get ready for the holidays with the Winter Is Coming giveaway hop.

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.

You have always been my shining star - then, now and always! I'm so proud of who you were and who you've grown up to be. Don't ever change.

My Shining Star – Then, Now and Always!

This post is sponsored by the Center for Parent and Teen Communication.  All opinions (and memories!) of My Shining Star – Then, Now and Always! are my own.

Then
I’ll never forget the first time you picked up a baseball bat, you were 3, they were teenagers. You walked right up to them in the middle of their pick up game and asked if you could play. Your confidence was ten times bigger than you were and you showed it.