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Kids Choosing Good Behavior

Kids Choosing Good Behavior

Kids Choosing Good Behavior: ~Episode 408 Are you a kid? If you had a choice of choosing good behavior over bad, which would you pick? Is that a silly question? That is what I want to talk to you about today. You are going to be very surprised when I explain some things to you so that you can take charge of your actions. Check out this episode – Kids Making Good Decisions. Books for tweens – Truth Seekers Mystery Series.  I love talking to kids. I think you guys are great. You have so many good ideas, you are...

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Our Child Lost his Hair Due to Chemotherapy

Our Child Lost his Hair Due to Chemotherapy

This blog post is written to fill what I perceive as a void: When I needed it, I could not find photo-heavy blog posts written by mothers of young children with cancer who had gone through the process of the losing hair through chemotherapy. I could find numerous articles written especially for adult women who would be experiencing their own hair loss. I found one article written about a child, but the choice those parents made (shaving their child's head against her strong wishes otherwise) did not fit our parental vision. Regardless, I would have wanted to read more and...

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Blog Tour and Giveaway: Sincerely Yours by Kari Trumbo

Blog Tour and Giveaway: Sincerely Yours by Kari Trumbo

About the BookBook:  Sincerely YoursAuthor: Kari TrumboGenre: Contemporary Christian RomanceRelease Date: July 26, 2019What if you fell in love with a man you’d never met?When marketing coordinator Liberty Dryden tries to help radio station owner and DJ Tom Higgs attract new listeners and advertisers, she hits a roadblock.He refuses to meet with her, and she has no idea why.Tom has an affliction that’s plagued him his whole life—a painfully crippling stutter. On air, he can speak to thousands, but in person, he stumbles to find every word.After a woman stalked him, he’s convinced his fame and fortune are all women want. He’s unable...

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August Emotions Printables

August Emotions Printables

These adorable popsicle themed emotions printable sets for August are great for helping kids express themselves. These printables are free to download and use with your child or students. I’m a big believer in giving kids a strong emotional vocabulary to help them advocate for what they need and feel empowered and comfortable in managing their own emotions. These worksheets can be a tool towards that. August Printables for Kids: August Copywork Emotions Sentences: Supplies needed: July Emotions Printable pages (download Emotions pages here) pen or pencil OR plastic sleeve AND dry erase marker If you want sheets to be reusable, simply laminate...

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TOP POSTS THIS WEEK 8/1/20 #REDFORED #tbats #COVID-19 #REOPENSCHOOLS #BIDEN2020 #JohnLewis

TOP POSTS THIS WEEK 8/1/20 #REDFORED #tbats  #COVID-19 #REOPENSCHOOLS  #BIDEN2020 #JohnLewis

Big Education ApeTOP POSTS THIS WEEK 8/1/20 ‘Slaying Goliath’: Diane Ravitch argues in new book that public education advocates have beat back efforts to privatize schools - The Washington Post The real story of New Orleans and its charter schools - The Washington Post Outdoor Classes Might Be the Best Way to Reopen Schools - The Atlantic EdAction in Congress July 26, 2020 - Education Votes AFT threatens 'safety strikes' in school reopening talks - POLITICO K-12 Teachers Worried About COVID-19 on the Job - Gallup News SSPI Outlines Support for Distance Learning - Year 2020 (CA Dept of Education)...

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