Simple Way to Protect Your Smart Phone and Giveaway!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tomoson. If you haven’t had the opportunity to view your phone through a cracked screen, you’re truly gifted. It’s the worst! I don’t know about you, but I’m a smart phone addict. Sad, but true! I never leave home without my smart phone.    But having a cracked screen or nasty smudges from my 6 year old on my beloved smart phone screen tends to irritate me just a {Read More}

Hands-On Activities to Build Character, Social, and Emotional Skills

Music is so powerful, especially for children. Children love to memorize their favorite song lyrics and listen to them over and over again.  Yes, my daughter is notorious for this habit and has a tendency to drive her older brothers bonkers. Happy Kids Songs offers the keys to happiness and success through the art of music at its best. The happy songs are designed for ages 4-8 years old, but my 10 year old finds them very inspiring and sings along with them when {Read More}

A Unique Math Curriculum homeschool program that’s Affordable!

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Math Mammoth.  All opinions are 100% my own.  Read my full disclosure. As a homeschool mother of 6 children, math has always been the biggest struggle in our homeschool journey. Three out of five of my children just GET MATH, and the other two require extra assistance. I grew up doing fair in math, but have absolutely no understanding of the subject. I had an excellent memory in my younger days, so it was {Read More}

How to Prepare Your Child for the College Admission Exams

This is a sponsored post. All Opinions are my 100% my own. Have you heard of the English Grammar Usage Mechanics Punctuation Program (EGUMPP)before? It’s an effective online grammar program that rocks. It’s the program that I have been searching and wanting for my high school student to excel on the SAT/ACT. Writing and grammar has always been a priority in our homeschool because I strongly believe you need to be a good writer to be an effective communicator in {Read More}

Making Sure Your Kindergarten Year is Complete

  This is a sponsored post. All opinions are 100% my own. I remember the first year we started homeschooling. I was pregnant with my fourth child, and I seriously had not a clue on what I needed to teach in the kindergarten years. Since I went to the public school, I mimicked what I only knew–textbooks and more textbooks. Needless to say, our first homeschool year consisted of many tears from my sons and me. It was only by {Read More}