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Using Beaded Number Rods to help kids visualize addition/subtraction. (Free number toppers, flashcards and tips/ideas.)

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Oooohh....hand scanner!

Great conversation starter for long road trips. Would You Rather questions with a free printable from The Measured Mom

DIY Glow In The Dark Bubbles

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How to make your own coloring book using family photos! How cool!

FREE BLANK FACES PRINTABLE

A Bad Case Of Tattle Tongue by Julia Cook. This is a great read for teachers and parents to deal with nonstop tattlers!

candy kabob » Definitely not good for you, but super fun and colorful! @sweetersideoflife

Did you know George Washington authored a book on manners and etiquette? There's a great way to use it to teach your kids manners (and throw a party at the same time!)

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A Huge List of Great Chapter Books to Read with Your Kids!

15 At-Home Science Experiments. Your weekends are guaranteed to be both educational and tons of fun with these awesome at-home science experiments! Enjoy ooey gooey slime, sweet rock candy, turning carnations the colours of the rainbow, and many more cool projects all in the name of science.

Movie night snack necklaces: Let the kids each make their own before the movie!

Why didn't I think of this?

Great list of children's books about behavior - topics like learning how to be friends, how to disagree kindly, bullying, and tattling.

Be 'that' Mom

I'VE BEEN DOING IT WRONG SINCE CHILDHOOD.

Behavior Chart: Begin at "Good Job" every day. The clips are moved up and down based on certain requirements. If a child is on any green space at the end of the day they get 5 pom poms in their jar. When the jar is full the child gets their pre-chosen reward (treat, prize, night out with mom or dad, etc.). LOVE this! xoxo