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This Christmas Religious Vocabulary Words Worksheet is perfect for your Primary grade kids!  From Epiphany to Bethlehem and everything in between!  This brings out the Reason for the Season in your kids with a little word search fun! Great Christmas worksheets! These are all Religious based words like Epiphany, Angels, and more.   The Christmas Religious …

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Getting kids away from their TVs, computers, and gadgets is one of the greatest challenges today’s parents face, and it is not getting any easier. Many parents understandably want their kids to be up to date with all the modern technology, but for every gadget and game our children gain, something is lost. Today’s kids …

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Did you know that the thought of a math test can cause even the most confident student to feel stressed out? But for some, the emotions associated with math go beyond just regular stress. It’s like an intense anxiety that clouds their ability to think clearly. So, the question is: are these emotions a genuine …

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It is not too late to work in some easy projects before the 31st of October. I want to share my 12 favorite Halloween craft ideas with you! Ghost Poo (with FREE Printable)– add some marshmallows to a cell bag and you have a fun party favor! Witch Broom Sticks– this makes a yummy after …

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Each month, I will send in a neat unit study that coordinates with fun and sometimes wacky Holidays for the upcoming month.  In addition to tips, ideas, and thoughts, I will also include links to some fun things to learn about in your homeschool.  Don’t homeschool?  No big deal!  Spend time with your kids during …

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Does your child erase and redo homework over and over again until it’s just right? Is anything less than 100% not good enough?  Welcome to the world of perfectionism, where unrealistic expectations are daily and unrelenting. Perfectionists engage in frequent hypercritical self-talk, bringing themselves down and creating a whole lot of stress within the family. …

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Here are a few swapping suggestions: Los Angeles Costume Swap The Los Angeles Costume Swap is one of the largest active costume swaps and is set to take place on October 9. The event features raffles, face painting, guest speakers and other events to keep both kids and adults entertained. You can also feel good …

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Any parent knows that getting children to complete even the simplest tasks such as putting pajamas in the clothes hamper or turning a light off when leaving a room is near impossible.  How then are we expected to teach wee-ones the seemingly abject habit of writing thank-you notes?  Don’t despair.  All hope is not lost!  …

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