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Let’s head on down to Bear Country to celebrate the Fourth of July! A big parade is set to happen but before the Bear family heads out to the parade, Mama and Papa Bear teach the cubs about the blessings of freedom for their country. The new book The Berenstain Bears God Bless Our Country by Mike Berenstain is sure to become a new family tradition to read each summer...

Are you passionate about the unique personality of your furry friend in your family? I know that for our family all of our doggies have very unique personalities. Milo is no different. He is full of lively personality and has a nose for food. There is no doubt that you will all fall in love with Milo by reading this review and doing Milo’s sensory bin adventure...

*This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Godspeed Pictures, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #wherehopegrowsmovie http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV These days there are lots of good movies to choose from. You can find movies in almost any category on any topic. When it comes to date nights, my hubby and...

Getting children to help in the kitchen can be fun when they are ready of it. When you combine the Berenstain Bears, cooking, and children then you can have not only a great meal, but also a fun time making it. The recipes that you can find in the Berenstain Bears Country Cookbook: Cub-Friendly Cooking with an Adult by Mike Berenstain are sure to be new family favorites.  Before...

Lots of kids like to learn about dinosaurs. There are so many different types from the favorite tyrannosaurus rex to stegosaurs and more, but do you know if a plesiosaur is a dinosaur or not? I did not even know what a plesiosaur was, but after getting a copy of the new Dino Dan: Swimming with Dinosaurs DVD from NCircle Entertainment I had a fun idea on how to see...

We are definitely a Hallmark family. We love all things Hallmark from their cards to their holiday crafts to their plush dolls to everything else. I even have a fun original series with them called Exploring Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artists Series. When Elizabeth saw the new Hallmark Request a Song Mimi Stuffed Animal she absolutely fell head of heels in love...

Are you ready to get up and get at ‘em team? If you know that phrase, then pick your favorite Teen Titan and let’s go on adventure with Teen Titans Go! Appetite for Disruption (Season 2, Part 1) from Warner Brothers Home Entertainment. These 26 fun superhero adventures are sure to be a blast for any fan, old or young, of those loveable Teen Titans!  Are...

Arts and crafts are always a fun subject around our homeschool and house. When I was approached to review the Home Art Studio Third Grade curriculum by Lindsey Volin for my daughter, who is in third grade, I just had to jump at the opportunity. As a homeschooling mother of two I am always pleased when a curriculum or product does what it is advertised to do and the...

Whenever I can add storybook fun into our lessons I will try. Hands-on learning is also a plus for us too. Elizabeth loves princesses, so when I was given the opportunity to review the Princess Faith Sticker & Activity Book from Zondervan I just knew I had to share my thoughts about the book with you.  Before I get much further into this review and recipe...

Are you ready for lots of fun with the Cat in the Hat? Then there is no doubt you will love this review, sensory bin idea, and giveaway of the fun DVD from NCircle Entertainment called Explore & Imagine with the Cat in the Hat Season 1, Volume 1.  So get ready to join the Cat in the Hat and his friends Nick and Sally in 20 adventures from their first season...

Are you looking for a fun way to incorporate animal themed crafts into your lessons? Or, are you thinking about bringing your ABC learning to life through some fun hands-on craft projects? Well, then I have just the right eBook to help you add some funs hands-on animal crafts to your lessons with the 50 Animal Crafts for Little Kids by Georgina Bomer at Craftulate.  Before...

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