If you have children in your home from Kindergarten to 5th grade age, you may be interested in this…       K5 Learning is an online study program for kids in kindergarten to grade 5.  They promote learning and build reading, math and study skills for children…skills that can last a lifetime.  You input your child’s grade/learning level, and they find age-appropriate activities for the students, creating a completely personalized program!  You can also have your children take an […]

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Are you following Joanna’s Parenting with Purpose series? If not, you’re missing out.  If so, you know that I skipped this one. My apologies.  It had nothing to do with the post, and everything to do with me not sharing sooner. Either way, head on over and read all about it.  It’s a good one! Just try and tell me your Munchkins aren’t worth it…I dare ya.:-)

GOAL – Parenting with Purpose, Family Meetings

Have you ever heard of Click To Give? If you’re anything like me, you’re gonna love it.  It’s an easy way to help others, AND yourself.  Seriously.  (Although we’re gonna focus on the helping others today.) So, how does it work?  Basically, there are six categories of charitable causes on the site:  Animal Care, Feed the Poor, Stop Child Abuse, End Homelessness, Fight Cancer, and Sponsor Children.  Here’s what you do: You select which great cause you’d like to help […]

Philanthropy Thursday – Click to Give

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Have you been to Joanna’s blog, Creating Better Habits, lately? If not, you need to head on over there.  She’s written an extremely heartfelt post about parenting with purpose, and about doing right by our children, and by ourselves…and doing it without drowning in guilt. Please head on over when you get the time.  You’ll be glad you did.:-)

GOAL – Parenting with Purpose

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All right parents, teachers…I have a question for you. What things would you like to help your child or student achieve? What goals would you like to see them setting? What challenges would you like to see them overcome? And most importantly, HOW to you plan to help them to accomplish these things? I have one fantastic option/solution: Progress Cards What are Progress Cards?  Here is some info: Created by Scott Ertl, elementary school counselor since 1996, Progress Cards were […]

Review and Giveaway – Progress Cards!