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American history for kids - From Columbus to the Space Shuttle - 131 pictures to print, color, read. Also, color pics of each Pres.

{Create It and They Will Come: Playful Learning Spaces} *the little changes we make in our children’s spaces can make a big difference in creativity

Use with the USA puzzle - Reward system- they get a piece to a puzzle. When the puzzle is complete, they earn a reward prize.

Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!

Shades of vocabulary- common core

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24 Ways to Prepare Your Young Man to be a Gentleman.

Imagine growing up with this on your wall your whole life. Empowering.

New City Catechism App for Kids & Adults! Still waiting for the Android version to come out...

Journaling with 3 year olds!

Less Yelling, More Praying: Bible verses to pray for yourself and your children when you feel like you want to yell!

Chores by age, from 2-18.- REPINNING this one for sure!

Teaching frustration tolerance

Chore System for Kids visual impact with $ incentives

Jesus

From We are That Family....

Bloom’s Taxonomy: A simple roadmap to learning | Simple Homeschool

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25 things a dad should teach a son

“Toddlers Knowing God” Lesson Series for teaching 18-24 month children about the character of God.

Scripture ABC's

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