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Awesome $1 Items for YOUR Tot School * July 2014

Homeschooling doesn’t have to be expensive. I advise all parents to invest in a few high-quality, open-ended toys that can be used for a variety of activities and supplement with cheap seasonal items. 121 more words


Tot Trays: Day and Night

Whoo!! We are halfway done with summer, y’all! Are your kids bored yet?! (I may have mentioned here a time or two that I am not a fan of summer weather–really looking forward to some cooler temperatures and the return to park days.) Here are the toys my girls are playing with THIS WEEK: 234 more words


"Won't You Read a Book With Me?" | Signing Time Board Books

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As I’ve mentioned a time or two, our family LOVES books. We gravitate toward books with great story lines and bright, colorful illustrations–as well as simple concept books that my toddler can read independently. 270 more words


Tot Trays: Outside

It’s July in Texas, which means we aren’t leaving the air-conditioned house for any location other than the pool…and even then we wait until after 6:00 p.m. 239 more words


Cultivating a Love for Geography in Your Home

We started our new homeschool year at the beginning of the month with an emphasis on math, creative writing, and geography. We’ll be focusing on the United States in both history and geography… 496 more words


Rachel Coleman LIVE--Deep In the Heart of Texas | Signing Time Concert in Austin

My first daughter was born 6 years and 27 days ago. She was born in a cold operating room 14 weeks too soon, weighing in at just 1 pound, 8 ounces (or 680 grams for you NICU veterans). 327 more words


Potty Training and American Sign Language: It's Potty Time!

Our younger daughter is 34 months old today! As she nears the exciting age of three, we’ve been crossing major milestones off the list. We recently turned her carseat forward, and she’s been asking for a “big girl” bed for about a month. 620 more words