4 Fun Ways to Play With Bubbles

Summer is coming and that means Bubbles! Bubbles are great fun but there is more you can do with them than simply blow them into the air. There are also cool products out there that make it easier and quicker to blow bubbles. Here are some products you may want to consider and what you… Read More »

International Celiac Disease Awareness Day

May 16 is International Celiac Disease Awareness Day and if you want to learn about it in your homeschool I’m here to share some resources for you. Celiac Canada has a Kids Teach Kids program where kids can teach other kids in classrooms about living with Celiac Disease. What the Kids Teach Kids Program Is… Read More »

Madame Web is Out On Video

Madame Web is NOW available on 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray + Digital or DVD to take home and enjoy. Disclosure: I received a copy of this movie for feature. Affiliate links included. What is Madame Web? Madame Web tells the standalone origin story of one of Marvel publishing’s most enigmatic heroines. The suspense-driven thriller… Read More »

Empowering Homeschoolers: A Guide to Teaching American Sign Language (ASL)

American Sign Language (ASL) is a vibrant and expressive language used by the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community in the United States and parts of Canada. Teaching ASL to homeschoolers not only fosters communication skills but also promotes inclusivity and empathy. This guide will provide you with practical tips and resources to effectively teach ASL to… Read More »

Are Eco-Friendly Toys Important? (+giveaway)

Are eco-friendly toys important? That’s what we’re talking about today. Earth Day is approaching fast but even if it wasn’t, does it matter if your toys are eco-friendly? This post sponsored by Playmobil. KEEP READING FOR GIVEAWAY Are Eco-Friendly Toys Important? When my children were younger and played with lots of toys, I rarely bought… Read More »

Globber Scooters for Outdoor Fun

Looking for a must-have for summer fun for your children of all ages? Globber Scooters are a fun and healthy way to enjoy the Spring and Summer sun. Disclosure: We received product in exchange for our honest review. Globber has something for toddlers to adults and every age in between. Whether your child can just… Read More »

Mira and Baku

A children’s book about a hard topic, this book, Mira and Baku is by Sara Truuvert with pictures by Michelle Theodore. Disclosure: I received the book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: With the help of a magical friend, a young girl searches for her missing father in this… Read More »

Muscle5 Protein Powder

Looking to build muscle by increasing your protein intake? Or perhaps someone you love is interested in protein powder? We tried the Muscle5 Protein Powder by StayAbove Nutrition. Disclosure: We received some protein powder in exchange for a review. Muscle5 Protein Powder My teenage daughter is the one most interested in using this product in… Read More »

Turning Photos into Gifts with Fujifilm Printlife

I had the opportunity to try out Fujifilm Print Life to share with you what our thoughts were. Fujifilm Printlife is a website by the photo company where you can upload your OWN photos and they will turn them into prints, puzzles, mousepads, cups and more. Buy them for yourself or use as gifts. Disclosure:… Read More »

New Toys from L.O.L., Miniverse, TMNT and more

Looking to get something new for your kids this March Break? Or perhaps just for fun? We recommend the following. Disclosure: We received some product in exchange for this post. New Toys from L.O.L., Miniverse, TMNT and more Keep those kids busy with the following toys from L.O.L., Miniverse, TMNT and more L.O.L. Surprise! Water… Read More »