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Giant Connect Four! Take a shower curtain, spray paint it yellow and leave "holes" for the game pieces. Grab some plastic plates from the dollar tree and throw on Velcro on the back of the plates and where the holes are, then use Velcro to hang it from the wall each time you want to play. Kids loved it!


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Word Work Connect 4: Each player takes a turn by picking a card to read. If they can read the card, they get to take a turn putting their red or yellow chip in the connect 4 game. If they can't read the card, they can't play their chip in the game and it's the next persons turn. Could do vocabulary definitions for upper grades.

from the Better Mom

40 Ways To Be Present in Your Child's Day

Do you think of your children as "tasks" or hearts?" It's easy to want to cross everything off our daily to-do list. Sometimes we need to consider how our children feel when Mom is busy and distracted.  How often are your children present, but abandoned, in your day?


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When Souls connect. ☽☆☾ . . . . . . . "It was rather beautiful; the way he put her insecurities to sleep.


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