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Supplement with Reading Eggs #readingeggs #learntoread #learnthroughplay (+free offer)

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!My youngest child bas been using a website called Reading Eggs to supplement what she is learning at school. It’s a subscription website that allows your child aged 2-12 to work on reading with fun games and puzzles. Disclosure: We… Read More »

Lucía the Luchadora and the Million+Masks

This is a book review of Lucía the Luchadora and the Million+Masks by Cynthia Leonor Garza. Pow Kids (2018) Picture Book Lucha Libre/Latina/Girl Power Disclosure: We received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: Lucía’s little sister Gemma wants to be a luchadora like her, but… Read More »

That’s Not Hockey! by Andrée Poulin

That’s Not Hockey! by Andrée Poulin is a book by Annick Press (2018). It’s the story of Jacques Plante who played for the Montreal Canadiens and helped change the face of Hockey. Disclosure: We received the book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.  The Story The story starts off showing… Read More »

Leg Art Apparel Leggings

My tweens LOVE leggings, it’s pretty much the only kind of pants they wear. They love the ability to move around however they want whether it’s curled up with a book or doing gymnastics in the front yard. They’ve always been like that. As a kid they wore any kind of leggings but as tweens… Read More »

If I Had a Gryphon by Vikki Vansickle

If I Had a Gryphon is a picture book from Penguin Random House (Tundra Books). I received a copy of this book in exchange for a review. This post contains affiliate links. If I Had a Gryphon The book starts with a girl who has a hamster but wishes she had a mythical beast for… Read More »

Make a Colour-Coded Chore Chart

You may have your back to school supplies bought already but if you have tweens or teens you may want to make another trip out to buy some coloured pens because you KNOW they love to doodle, or you could make a colour-coded chore chart (keep reading.) My 12 year old is actually encouraged to… Read More »

10 Reasons Why Outdoor Camping is Good for Kids

Camping is an activity every parent should consider doing with their kids. Being outdoors gives them a chance to be close to nature while they enjoy and get to learn a lot of valuable life lessons. Moreover, the experiences they gain can turn into happy memories as they grow to be more capable and resilient… Read More »

Peg + Cat: Eid al-Adha Adventure

Whether your family celebrates Eid al-Adha or you just want to share about other cultures with your family, this book, Peg + Cat – The Eid al-Adha Adventure by Jennifer Oxley + Billy Aronson will make a good story. Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post… Read More »

Master a Million Bounces!

Jakks Pacific wants your children to see if they can master a million bounces with their new toy. Challenge your child to bounce a ball a MILLION times before the year is up.   Disclosure: We received a few balls to test out and play with in exchange for an honest review. Master a Million… Read More »

HELP YOUR KIDS ENJOY 10 MAJOR BENEFITS OF INTERNET WITH THE BEST PARENTAL CONTROL APP!

Undoubtedly, the internet is a great resource that has its benefits for people of every age and in this, kids are no exception. But, unfortunately, due to the dark side of the internet and the risks involved, many parents banish its access to the children and deprive them of these 10 major benefits of the… Read More »