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My First Art Book. Take digital photos of all your little one's pieces and then throw them out. Trust me, you'll feel nothing but relief when that ever-growing pile of construction paper is gone. Second, use the photos to create something stylish. For example this coffee table book is EXTREMELY BRILLIANT.

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DIY Modern Mosaic Painting | Create fun and pretty art for your space in 3 easy steps

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things to teach your kids before their first date. i especially loved the boy list. wish more parents of boys would teach them these things.

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Ultimate List of Dr. Seuss Activities! So many fun ideas!

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Rainy Day Fun -- Pretend Hair Salon for Dolls #creativePlay #playMatters #ece #indoorFun #parenting #kids

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13 Ways to Boost Your Daughter's Self-Esteem | Child Mind Institute

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Cute

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a mother's 10 best secrets for finding magic in mommy-hood. One of the best lists I've read.

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{Family Mailbox} Great way to get your little one to *enjoy* writing and reading. Cool way to connect as a family too.

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Top Five Cursive Fonts :: YummyMummyClub.ca

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Whaaat?!? Magic Mud!...This stuff is amazing. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch and 1 cup water in a bowl. To color it, add a few drops of food coloring to the water before adding to the cornstarch. Takes some effort to mix the water and cornstarch. This defies Newton’s third law of motion–for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you quickly smack it with your hand it immediately turns into a solid, instead of splashing or moving. If you slowly move it reacts like a liquid....

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different kids, different needs. be intuitive, not reactive --> discipline less.

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The Top 10 Things Kids Want Their Parents to Do with Them (based on 16 years of classroom polls). Such a good list of reminders of what matters most to our kids.

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19 Things We Should Say to Our Children...absolutely LOVE this! Number 4 is something I need to memorize.

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Super fun printable ice cream chore chart for the little guys :)

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75 Things to do with your kids. Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!"

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Another pinned said: This is very educational and I'm glad I read it! It's a scary world, moms this is a must read! Educate your children on "tricky people" not strangers....Tell them to find a mom with kids if they are ever lost...SO SMART! (I first heard this on Safety Kids.) Common sense stuff that isn't so common any more. Take a minute to read and think about how you will have these conversations with your children.

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Welcome to Safely Ever After, Inc.

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Building Set

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Tablecloth to doodle on

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Melissa and Doug puzzles

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A DIY Fort Kit. Make it for under $20!

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Zaner-Bloser Online Editor-- Type word lists, word wall words, quotes, and can print!!!

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LOADS of FREE printables

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I'm ready to stock art supplies. Bring it on!

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