A Wild Ride on the Water Cycle

A Wild Ride on the Water Cycle

About the Book:  KPRC weatherman Anthony Yanez takes readers from the belly of a T-Rex to beads of sweat running down the faces of children to falling snowflakes while Jake and Alice explore and learn as they evaporate, condense and precipitate their way through history on the wild ride that is the Water Cycle! About(…)

Toys that Promote STEM for Children

Roominate is a customizable line of wired building toys that inspire open-ended, hands-on play. This innovative combination of building, circuits, design, crafts, storytelling, and creativity allows for endless creations. Using motor and light circuits and modular pieces, girls build whole structures, spinning windmills, carousels, lamps, bunk beds, elevators, and more to create their own unique(…)

A Time Saver in the CarSeat Lasso

A Time Saver in the CarSeat Lasso

If you have a small child, how many times will you put them in a car seat in the next 4 years?  You will put your child IN the car seat OVER 3000 times in the next 4 years!  How many of those times will you be fishing for the belt buckle that is somewhere(…)

The Power of Forgiveness – Chicken Soup for the Soul #BookReview

The Power of Forgiveness – Chicken Soup for the Soul #BookReview

  Description:  Forgiveness frees us to get on with our lives! We can all benefit from letting go of our anger, and the 101 personal, touching stories in this collection will help you see the power of forgiveness and how it can change your own life. Whether it’s forgiving a major wrong or a minor(…)

The 5 Choices – The Path to Extraordinary Productivity #bookreview

The 5 Choices – The Path to Extraordinary Productivity #bookreview

Feeling buried by laundry, kids, homework, housework, being a spouse, mother and more?  Do you define your self-worth by how busy you are?  It doesn’t matter if you are in the corporate world or the CEO of your family and household, you are not alone. In a six-year Franklin Covey study, 351,613 respondents indicated that(…)

Playtime!

Playtime!

Guest post by Kayla Bradstreet As parents, we all know that academic and team-related activities are beneficial for our children– but did you know that unstructured play is just as essential?  We may feel the need to pack our kids’ schedules full of sports practices, music lessons and art classes, but this report from the American Academy(…)

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