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Just this week we added another website to our family of sites: Early Childhood News and Resources Our new site is simply an information hub where parents, teachers and educators alike can read, post articles, share crafts and ideas, make comments, etc. We’ve set up the following categories for listing material: Activities Fatherhood Motherhood Self […]Continue reading
Your children/students can print and cut these shamrocks, after jotting down their big dreams. This simple activity is a wonderful self-esteem building exercise. Print additional copies for your family, friends or for your child’s classroom! Be sure to engage with your kids or students. Ask them about their dreams and offer them a chance to […]Continue reading
We took a little break from the ordinary today. A friend of ours rolled into town for a visit with her three adorable daughters. She gave my daughter a dress, adorned with plastic flowers, securely attached with glue. Mmmmm….Hmmmm. We attempted to remove the dress before heading off to Payson for a little thrift store […]Continue reading
Oh, yes…another twitter hook-up here! All the cool kids hang out on twitter, you know 🙂 Get to know the sweet, kind and ever-positive Miss Ros and her wonderful Ficklets business! *Comment below to enter for 3 pairs of Ficklets ($18-24 value plus shipping). One winner will be drawn at random.org after February 12th (this […]Continue reading
*This article was originally posted on examiner.com. Jump over there to view the comments left by readers. Wouldn’t it be better if kids like that just did not exist? When examiner asked us to write more localized pieces, I started by writing a couple of humorous bits. All the while I was trying to wrap […]Continue reading
Today I am reviewing one of my favorite clients: The Boy’s Store! (All of my clients are my favorite, by the way – I only work with people I like! 🙂 ) *This giveaway will close on October 4th at midnight (AZ time). This giveaway is now CLOSED. Congrats to Kathy P. for winning!! Thanks […]Continue reading