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Microsoft Office 365 Simplifies Life for Busy Moms

Brought to you by Microsoft Office Juggling work, friends, family, playdates and more can be challenging. Unfortunately, the business of daily life doesn’t always fit in a neat schedule. Being able to access important information whenever and wherever is crucial in keeping your family connected. Check out this video to learn more about how Office…
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Johnson & Johnson – Once Upon a Care (Sponsored)

With the ultimate goal of demonstrating that CARE INSPIRES CARE™, Johnson & Johnson asked grade-school children about the most caring thing they have ever done for someone else. With the help of well-known children’s author Patricia Lakin, they then transformed the children’s stories into actual children’s books, and surprised students with a copy of their…
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Clothespin Math – Preschool Math Activity

I was in the grocery store recently and happened upon these brightly colored clothespins. I just loved them and knew I could use them for an activity. You don’t need to have colored clothespins for this preschool math activity. Any clothespins you have on hand will work. You will need: Clothespins 6 paint cups or…
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Easy Blueberry Muffins

I am a huge fan of warehouse clubs. The problem is sometimes I go overboard. I usually get more fruit than we end up consuming and I am stuck trying to figure out what to do with the rest. We freeze some of it for smoothies and use the rest in other recipes. This past…
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Valentine’s Day Mobile with Tissue Paper Dyed Hearts

One of our favorite mediums to create art is tissue paper. We have used it for so many fun kids activities such as Tissue Paper Turkey Craft and Coffee Filter Flowers Made With Tissue Paper. So when I was looking for a Valentine’s Day activity for my preschooler, I went back to my trusty tissue…
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Calming Bottles

What I love about these Calming Bottles is how simple they are to make. You can make them yourself in a few minutes or have a toddler/preschooler help with the process. For a younger child, these glitter bottles make a great sensory toy. Kids get enthralled watching the glitter swirl around. If your kids are…
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DIY Shape Stickers

You will need: Clear contact paper Acrylic paint Scissors Permanent marker Brushes Wax Paper Scotch Tape Large white construction paper
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