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7 Must Read Books for Expecting Moms

    I’m a book lover. And I research topics to no end when I want to make sure to have accurate information. As a mom, I’ve found certain books to be lifesavers for certain seasons of motherhood.   The following list of 7 books are a must read for any expecting moms, whether it’s her first or her umpteenth baby.   I’m going to present each book in a sequential order. So consider reading book...

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Grammar Can Be Fun!

Grammar Can Be Fun!


Posted By on Apr 23, 2016

    I’ve discovered grammar can be fun for kids!   I’ve laughed till tears run down my face!  My 8 and 11-year-old nephews cracked up begging for more!  My 4 and 6-year-old daughters were engaged, laughing, and wanted to do this every chance they get!  What is it?   Mad Libs Junior   I’d played Mad Libs occasionally, and yes it’s been moderately fun.  So I decided to...

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    Bodies in motion, doesn’t that perfectly describe our young children? Do your little ones have a hard time sitting still for a story or are you perhaps wanting to encourage gross motor activity over sedentary activities?   This list of Top 15 Children’s Books for Bodies in Motion is perfect for encouraging movement for any gender! And they are fun stories for the fidgety ones as well; they can act out...

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Victor The Van

Victor The Van


Posted By on Dec 19, 2015

Updated from original publication on October 23, 2015, as part of the series called 31 Days of Methods In Madness. To read all the articles in the series click here.     As a writer and homeschooling mom of a kindergartener, I’ve wanted to write a pre-k to 1st-grade vocabulary word laced short story. I wanted to include coloring pages to correspond to the key vocabulary words.   I finally did just that...

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Day 29 Method: Book Focus

Day 29 Method: Book Focus


Posted By on Oct 29, 2015

      Today is day 29 in a series called 31 Days of Methods In Madness. I completed my organizational method of writing articles – the alphabet from A to Z. To read all the articles click here. Over the course of the next few days, I have some bonus material for you.   Have you ever wondered the extent of books focused on methods in madness? I wondered for you, especially since books are a passion of mine, and...

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Sunday & Southern Monthly ~ Issue 11

  Welcome Back to Sunday & Southern Monthly!   If you missed the previous installments, you’ll be interested in reading Issue 1 where I give a full definition of colloquial and a favorite example of one.  In Issue 2 you’ll find out what my youngest daughter does every morning.  In Issue 3 you’ll find out what trait I’ve been fighting.  In Issue 4 you’ll read about a quirky measurement....

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