Arkansas’ Summer Fun Place
Lazy River at Wild River Country

This is a sponsored post by Wild River Country. All reviews and opinions expressed in this post are based on my personal view. As a new teacher, I’ve relished in my first summer break since I was in college (long, long ago). My kids and I have just been hanging out, having playdates, visiting family, […]

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Six Simple Ways to Use Storytelling as Teaching Tools
storytelling book

By Jim Weiss Stories are spectacularly successful learning tools. Many studies show that children whose parents tell and/or read stories to them from an early age turn out to be better readers and students later on. Furthermore, you are twenty times more likely to remember information if you learn it in a story than if […]

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Summer Reading Parenting Tips

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5 STEM and Maker Apps and Games

School’s out! And that means it’s time to plan for what summer activities should be on schedule. What should you do to keep your kids from the summer slide and regressing academically on their summer break? STEM and maker apps and games. Traditionally, epidemic as the designated family vacation time, sildenafil summer travel was a […]

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Are you saving for your kid’s college?

https://www.staceyvalley.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/cropped-cropped-kenya33.jpg **As part of a recent Arkansas Women Bloggers event, stomach I participated in a free educational financial planning workshop, look but all opinions and recommendations in this post are my own.** My five year old has gone from wanting to be a ninja when she grows up to a “cooker” (aka chef). Who knows […]

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