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10 Ways to Take Better Photos of your Child

By Jeff Cable

Since kids grow up so fast, now is the time to pick up your camera and capture all the special moments – both big and small – of their childhood. By following some of these tips and tricks, you can enhance your photographs and turn precious memories into lifelong keepsakes. 1. Get low You are much
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16 Kitchen Safety Tips For Children

By JustMommies staff

by Alyice Edrich thedabblingmum.com Make cooking fun and your children will beg you to help in the kitchen. Make cooking a chore, and your children will run for cover the moment you mention it’s time to cook or make your life so miserable you kick them out of the kitchen. Either way, your children
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50 US States and Capitals

By JustMommies staff

Use our printable flash cards to help your child learn the 50 US states and capitals. Alabama to Florida (front) Alabama to Florida (back) Georgia to Louisiana (front) Georgia to Lousiana (back) Maine to Nebraska (front) Maine to Nebraska (back) Nevada to Oklahoma (front) Nevada to Oklahoma (back) Oregon
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Addition Carrying Worksheets

By JustMommies staff

Here are some printable worksheets to help your child work on learning to use carrying in addition. Just click on the pictures below and print! Addition "Carrying" Worksheets carrying worksheet 1 answer key for carrying worksheet 1 carrying worksheet 2 answer key for carrying worksheet 2
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A Puppy Party for Kid-Friendly Dogs

By JustMommies staff

by Colleen Pelar, CPDT, CDBC www.LivingwithKidsandDogs.com Hosting a puppy party is a great way to help your new puppy begin enjoying and feeling at ease around kids. Puppies under 5 months old can learn a lot in an easy 30-minute play date. Here are a few tips. Send Invitations to 5-10 Kids. Write something
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Arts Builds Smarts

By Christinna Chauncey

The Importance of Providing Funding for the Arts Our kids need to be exposed to the arts. It's as simple as that. Their futures depend up on it. In a society where the workforce is placing increasing emphasis on an employee's ability to create and generate ideas, it's vitally important that our children's
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Back to School Brain Boosters

By Kymythy R. Schultze

When your child’s verbal loop switches from “I’m bored, there’s nothing to do” to “I don’t wanna go to school!” you know the time has come to do your parental duty and properly prepare them for another academic year. You’ll buy them notebooks, backpacks, pencils and books. But, are
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Back-to-School Shopping

By JustMommies staff

The back to school rush is one of the most hectic and stressful times of year for parents. As most are pressed for time and attempting to stick to a budget, all the back-to-school shopping expenses and tasks (clothes, new shoes, school supplies etc.) can seem overwhelming, especially when you have a
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Back to School Stresses: 4 Tips to Conquer Them

By Anh Vazquez

As we drop our children at their classrooms, or watch them hop on the bus, or out of our minivans, thoughts race through our minds… will they eat a healthy lunch, did we spend enough time on their homework… are they making friends.. are we budgeting/saving enough for their future education… and
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Bat Costume

By JustMommies staff

Supplies needed for bat: a pair of black sweats black shiny material(2 yards) scissors velcro- black How to make bat costume 1- Measure the material so that it matches up with the sleeve of the top. Cut to fit,should cut into a triangle. You want it big enough so you can attach it to the sleeve and back
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