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Don’t Sweat Thanksgiving Day
11 Activities to Keep Your Little Turkeys Busy

While you are sweating away cooking your heart out in the kitchen on Thanksgiving, do you ever sweat about what to do to keep your little turkeys busy? Well wipe your brow because I have compiled a list of activities to keep them busy while you prepare the perfect feast.

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Crafting in the Kitchen
Our Favorite Edible Thanksgiving Crafts

Do you need to make festive Thanksgiving treats for your child’s Thanksgiving feast? Or do you just enjoy creating in the kitchen with your kids? I like to call it “Crafting in the Kitchen”. The bonus: you get to eat your creations. I am a sucker for an adorable themed holiday treat so I have decided to put together a list of our favorite cute treats. turkeybasket1 Continue reading

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Creating Magic With My Daughter
Thanksgiving on Thursday Book Study

My Daughter and I recently read Thanksgiving on Thursday by Mary Pope Osborne. I have been trying to get her to read the Magic Tree House series for quite sometime but she has been against it. She can be stubborn that way. I decided to download one on my iPad and trick her.

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A Class Act
There's a Cat in Our Class - a Story of Acceptance

A cat in your classroom? That may seem a little strange to just about anyone. If you are a class full of dogs it’s just down right disruptive. There’s a Cat in Our Class! A Tale About Getting Along by Jeanie Franz Ransom, is an adorable story about acceptance and friendship. catclass1 Continue reading

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