Sunday’s Best Linkup – #163

Sunday's Best Linkup

    Welcome to Week 163 of Sunday’s Best.  We're continuing our Over the Rainbow theme this week. We're looking for all things green or related to St. Patrick's Day. We're looking for recipes, crafts, games etc. Blow the dust off those old recipes, crafts, cocktails and any other posts that will help us celebrate St. Patrick's Day too. We also welcome other recipes, crafts, DIY, home makeover, gardening tips, SEO & blogging information, sewing projects, patio and deck makeovers, front porch makeover ideas, organization tips, ideas for backyard hot dog roasts, and more. Blow the dust off your old posts and share those on our linkup too. They’re are great for inspiration. Anything goes, as long as it’s family friendly … [Continue]

Job Tips for Teens: How to Expose Them to Jobs

job tips fo teens

    Ever heard a child state, "I could never do that" when discussing jobs. Helping your teenage children see beyond the first impressions of an occupation can help them change their perspective.  Because they don't understand the intricacies of various occupations, they form an opinion without really understanding what it entails. First, helping your child create an appreciation of the work options available is not complicated.  The solution is to expose your children to occupations.  Here are some job tips for teens that will help them appreciate the wide-range of occupations and work options in the world. Expose your children to different occupations  Next, whenever a person with an unusual profession is … [Continue]

Leapfrog LeapPad Review and 5 Free Educational Apps

free educational apps

      My granddaughter entered first grade this year.  I remember praying that she would pull through her birth and become a healthy, happy little girl.  She entered this world at 2lbs. 10oz.  However, she is thriving and feisty.  She loves watching YouTube videos on her tablet, but we've had to limit her time watching … [Continue]

Sunday’s Best Linkup – #162

Sunday's Best Linkup

    Welcome to Week 162 of Sunday’s Best. This is the first week of our Over the Rainbow theme.  We're looking for all things green or related to St. Patrick's Day.   We're looking for recipes, crafts, games etc.  Blow the dust off those old recipes, crafts, cocktails and any other posts that will help us celebrate St. Patrick's Day … [Continue]

Black History Books for Kids – Part II

Black History Books for Kids

    We're celebrating Black History Month.  We're continuing our focus on activities and black history books for kids.  This post continues selection of books for little known contributors who have had a big impact on our country and around the world.  We hope that you will add a few of these picks to your homeschool curriculum … [Continue]

5 Suitable Jobs for Teens

suitable jobs for teens

      As your kid gets older, they are going to want more independence.  First their homework, then learning to drive, and before long a job.  Just because they are becoming more independent doesn't mean you can't help them out. Especially in recommending a job.  Offering a little guidance can make their job search easier.  … [Continue]

Kid’s Online Safety Tips for Parents

kids online safety tips

    First, learning how to use the internet is an important part of growing up in today's society. In addition to being a valuable source of knowledge, it’s one of the ways kids build and maintain friendships. Unfortunately, there can be threats.  So, it's important to keep children safe while they're online.  Check out our … [Continue]

Sunday’s Best Linkup – #161

Sunday's Best Linkup

    I hope that you are being productive in the New Year! Welcome to Week 161 of Sunday’s Best.  This is the last week of our Love Is In The Air theme.  We're looking for all things heart shaped, sweet and about love. Blow the dust off those old recipes, crafts, cocktails and any other posts that will help us celebrate … [Continue]

Skiing With Kids: Make It a Positive Experience

skiing with kids tips

    Skiing can make a fantastic family holiday. However, it’s important to ensure that your children’s first trip to the slopes is a successful one. Otherwise, you could accidentally put them off of skiing for life.  One of the most important things to remember is that skiing with kids will be a very different experience from an … [Continue]

Unique Black History Books for Kids – Part I

    This month we're celebrating Black History Month. Our focus is on activities and black history books for kids. Unfortunately, many of our schools limit black history to Martin Luther King, George Washington Carver and Frederick Douglass. However, there are so many more African Americans who have contributed to our great … [Continue]

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