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IXL Math & English Learning #CRHGG20

Whether your child is homeschooling, virtual learning or attending school, sometimes they need a little extra practice with math and English. IXL has a math and English section for grades K-12! IXL has more than 4500 skills and with a membership you can use it as much as you want until your membership expires. Homeschoolers… Read More »

Why I Love Having 5 Kids

Our family has five children. I birthed four of them and they live at home and my step son lives with his Grandma. I am proud to have a big family and I wouldn’t want it any other way. This post is about Why I Love Having 5 Kids. Sure there are times when the… Read More »

Ranger Rob Loves Earth Day

Ranger Rob is a kids cartoon from Treehouse (CAN) and Universal Kids (US) and he really cares about the Earth. April is Earth Month and April 22 is Earth Day and Ranger Rob and his friends want me to share his Earth-Saving Tips and some ideas to celebrate Earth Day. The show is for kids… Read More »

How to Encourage Kids to Spend More Time Outdoors

Today I have a guest post for you from Sarah about how to encourage kids to spend more time outdoors. You can find out more about her at the end of the post. Enjoy! In the past decade, there’s been an epidemic of kids spending time indoors. While parents are quick to blame it on… Read More »

5 Fun Games to Play With Your Baby

Babies need lots of attention and love and one of the best ways to do that is to play fun games with your baby. Today we have a guest post from Emily on 5 Fun Games to Play With Your Baby. 5 Fun Games to Play With Your Baby Babies need a lot of face-to-face… Read More »

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

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 received a subscription to the site to facilitate the review. All opinions are my own… Read More »

Stress-Relief Activities That Families Can Do

Today’s family lives a hectic lifestyle. School, work, extracurricular activities, play dates… The days are filled with so many activities and there’s often little time left to sit back, relax, and enjoy some quality time together with these Stress-Relief Activities. NOTE: This post about Stress-Relief Activities is a Guest Post by Hilary Smith. Her bio… Read More »

Digital Detox – Help Your Kids Strike a Balance Between Screens

Many kids are hooked to their digital devices to include smartphones, laptops, tablets and smart televisions. This is a generation that has been raised with technology so there’s no wonder why it has such an important part of their lives. However, parents should be mindful of the addictive nature of too much screen time. Here… Read More »

How to Teach Your Kids About Stranger Danger

Have you had the stranger danger talk yet? Do you need help with How To Teach Your Kids About Stranger Danger? You should start talking about stranger danger at age three. Your three year old isn’t old enough to go out on his own yet. That doesn’t mean he might not end up in a… Read More »

Help Your Kid Make Sense of the News

This guest post about how to help your kid make sense of the news is by Amy – @AmyKWilliams1 There is an old saying that “no news is good news”. Today, that adage still appears to rings true. It often seems that as soon as we turn on our televisions, radios, computers, or Smartphones our… Read More »