How to Keep Your Child Hydrated Properly When Involved in Physical Activities

This post is sponsored by BODYARMOR. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own. My children are outdoor people. Whether they are playing soccer or basketball or swimming in the pool, they spend a majority of their free time outside when the weather permits.  We live in Texas and it’s HOT and humid. Being educated on how to keep your child hydrated properly is a must for this mama. I’m just going to be totally honest, I never wanted to spend money on {Read More}

FREE Wonder Woman Chore Charts!

What child wouldn’t want to mark their FUN Wonder Woman Chore Chart and gain cheerful bucks for having a good attitude while doing their daily chores?   There are a lot of chore charts out there, but I wanted this one to be a tad different. It’s so important to me as a parent to teach my children that work is a good thing and that we all must complete it diligently and with a cheerful attitude. I created a cheerful attitude box at the {Read More}

25+ Shark Week Resources

It’s always a fun and educational when you plan a fun-filled week of shark activities during Shark Week.  Shark Week starts on July 23. In fact, Finding Nemo 3D movie will be in theaters. I like to prepare at least one activity per day during Shark Week. It’s a great way to keep the kids busy and learning during the summer months. Shark Week Resources Learn about 10 different sharks with these shark notebook pages Learn how to draw a shark with {Read More}

How to Work from Home and be Productive During Your Kids’ Summer Vacation!

In a perfect world, both kids and adults would have summertime off. However, that’s not how the world really works, meaning that during the summer most parents have to juggle working and making sure their kids are cared for all day long.   If you work from home, that means you get to stay home with your kids and personally see to it that they’re well cared for. However, it also means dealing with kids running around you while you’re {Read More}

List of FREE Summer Reading Programs!

I am a HUGE advocate of  Summer Reading Programs. I sign up my children for all of them. Of course, the first place you need to check is your local library. I have never heard of a library that did not have a summer program.   And be sure to sign up for all local libraries within a 15 mile radius.  You can use the same book list for all the programs.  Most programs count books that are read a {Read More}