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San Antonio Book Festival 2015: 3 Great Biographies for Young Readers

When the San Antonio Public Library announced its lineup for authors and illustrators visiting the Children’s Tent at the upcoming Book Festival, we immediately requested as many books from the list as possible. 468 more words


Why Saxon Math Works for Us!

We are nearing the end of our second year using Saxon math as part of our homeschooling curriculum. I know many families are making plans for next school year, so I wanted to share my thoughts in case anyone was interested. 456 more words


Peer Pressure: Can it be Positive?

This weekend, I spent a lot of time thinking about peer pressure.

JC is a really picky eater. As in, eats only three foods. Luckily for me, they are pretty healthy foods. 428 more words


6 Perfect Spring Storybooks

I know, I know…there is still snow on the ground and a wind chill in the air. But Spring is just around the corner (really, it is)! 363 more words


Traveling Tips for Kids: Choosing Which Toys to Bring Along!

Our family recently took a weekend trip to Houston–my husband had a singing competition, and I knew the girls and I would be spending a lot of time in our hotel room. 670 more words


Toddler Teaching Unit || Rainbows & Color

Day One


Where Do They Get This Stuff? Oh Wait, I Know.

(Alternate titles to this post included, When Books Go Bad and The Bad Habits of Good Books.)

About six months ago, I introduced The Berenstain Bears to JC. 316 more words