Kohl’s Cares Features Beginner Books To Encourage Young Readers And Family Time

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Grab a book, gather your kids, stop by your nearest Kohl’s and get reading! This spring, Kohl’s Cares is featuring exclusive hardcover editions of Beginner Books, including Put Me in the Zoo, Go, Dog. Go!, The Nose Book and Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb, along with coordinating plush toys for just […]

Teach The Children, Change The World Puzzle


Looking for an inexpensive gift that is educational, meaningful, and fun for little ones?

The alphabet, 26 compelling and vivid portraits, a message of peace, freedom, equality and hope are combined into one beautiful puzzle, designed to engage, inspire and promote change.

The floor puzzle is 48 chunky pieces perfect for little hands […]

Back To School Study Habits To Avoid And Adopt

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No matter what age or academic level, employing effective studying strategies can make all the difference between acing a class, barely passing or, worse, failing miserably. Unfortunately, many of today’s most common study methods can lead to utter disappointment despite best efforts and intentions. In fact, recent research out of […]

How To Reduce Going Back To School Stress For Your Family

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Next week is our last week of summer. I have mixed emotions as it means that our leisurely days will soon becoming to an end. But it also means structure, schedule and back to the fall routines. For a lot of families, this might be the very first introduction to […]

Money Saving Tips For Back To School Shopping


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It’s that time already! With just another month of summer left for some of us, others have already gone back to school, and the thought of getting new school supplies is on our minds. As parents and students prepare to shop for everything they need for the coming school […]

How To Build Confidence In Children

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A friend, and mother of a little girl, recently sent me this powerful article written by Lisa Bloom, for the Huffington Post “How to Talk to Little Girls”. In the article she talks about how it is ingrained in our culture to automatically compliment little girls as an icebreaker or […]

The Red Apple Reading Program Helps Children Learn to Read

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The Red Apple Reading program is here to help teach children how to read! It is a useful tool in assisting children ages 4-10 who are reading below a 3rd grade reading level. […]

Review of Jessica Alba’s The Honest Life: Living Naturally And True To You


The goal of The Honest Life is to inform you on how to make choices for your family that are safe from toxins, Eco-Friendly, functional, yet still stylish so you can start living naturally. […]

How To Deal With Bullying

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Bullying comes in many forms these days; physical, emotional and cyberbullying. I want to take this opportunity to educate myself on how to deal with bullying. […]

Teaching Your Child To Be A Good Storyteller

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Making story time a regular thing in your daily/weekly schedule helps encourage positive reading and storytelling skills in your children. Encouraging your kids to be a good storyteller can be easy with a few steps. […]

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