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The Crazy Scientist Lab – Magnetic Wonder Review

We received product, press or compensation to facilitate this review. All opinion are our own. Summer has arrived and the school year is coming to an end.  While obviously the kids are super excited to see the school year end, most of the time parents are frantically searching for ways to keep their kids entertained. …

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FREE Summer Programs

Summer has arrive in our homeschool and as ready as I am to give the kiddos a break for the summer, I still want them to do educational activities as well. I’m not talking about a full-day of school. Summer is the time when I like pulling in a few electives that we didn’t have …

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Book Review: Stack the Cats

As They Grow Up received product to facilitate this review, which may contain affiliate links. We only give our honest opinion of products. Title: Stack the Cats Author: Susie Ghahremani Publication Date: May 2, 2017 Publisher: Harry N. Abrams Ages 3-5 Adorable cats get into all sorts of silly trouble in award-winning illustrator Susie Ghahremani’s …

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Wonder Woman in Theaters This Friday!!

This post is in partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures. Power of a goddess. Heart of a hero. Gal Gadot is #WonderWoman, in theaters this Friday.

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Celebrate World Turtle Day with GeoSafari® Jr. Great Excavations Turtle™

As They Grow Up received the below product from Educational Insights in exchange for my honest opinion. There aren’t many things cuter than baby turtles making their way to their new homes in the ocean. The 17th celebration of World Turtle Day® takes place May 23rd, and teaching kids about turtles and conservation efforts through …

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Red Nose Day | Thursday, May 25 #RedNoseDayActually

Comedian, actor and TV host Chris Hardwick (“The Wall”) will host NBC’s third annual “The Red Nose Day Special,” featuring great comedy, entertainment and compelling films shedding light on kids in need.

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Wonder Woman Trailer

This post is in partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures. Power of a goddess. Heart of a hero. Gal Gadot is Wonder Woman, in theaters June 2 From Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment comes the epic action-adventure starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright, directed by Patty Jenkins. This is definitely one …

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Educational Insights GeoSafari Jr. Bug Vac ‘n’ View

Product was provided by Educational Insights. All opinions are my own. Winter in North Carolina was very mild this year, and in the South, Mild winters mean an abundance of bugs which start pretty early in the season. With that being said,  why not take learning outdoors with the with the Educational Insights GeoSafari Jr. …

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid Giveaway

Prizing and samples courtesy of 20th Century Fox Buckle up for a wild summer. Diary of a #WimpyKid: The Long Haul opens in theaters this Friday, May 19!

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SchoolhouseTeachers.com Continues To Grow!!!

For some of us the month of May means that our homeschool is starting to wind-down. End-of-grade testing has come to an end, and we’re starting to be able to breathe a little easier. This also means, that most of us are already planning, researching and purchasing our curriculum for the 2017-2018 school year, and …

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DIY Mustache Wax

I’m going to go ahead and say it..I never in a million years knew that there were so many products for beards on the market! Seriously, the possibilities seem endless.

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April Homeschool Favorites

I’m jut going to go ahead and thrown this out there. Yes, it’s May and I’m just now getting up our April Homeschool Favorites. Even though April flew with a blink of eye, we had a lot of fun in our homeschool. The boys are currently wrapping up this school year and I’m already starting …

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Learning Resources Time Tracker® Visual Timer & Clock

Every once in awhile, we are faced with a obstacle that we have to come overcome in our homeschool. One obstacle that we have faced time and time again is trying to teach a child that has a very hard time sitting still. Throughout the years, we have tried a few different things. Some of …

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Life Before, During & After Melanoma: My Personal Story

**Contains Graphic Post-Surgery Images of Leg** I don’t know about you all, but I am having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact it is already May.  While May is a month full of busyness for my family, it is also an important month for me personally. In the past, May meant finishing …

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Field Trip Friday: Totally Eclipsed! at Rollins Planetarium

For this Friday’s Field Trip, we headed out to the Planetarium to learn about the August 21 solar eclipse. The planetarium is currently showing the film, “Totally Eclipsed” which does an amazing at job in explaining what you can expect with the upcoming eclipse, as well as safety information. The film explained exactly what a …

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