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If You Can Do It, It Is a Verb
6 Fun and Easy Ways to Teach Verbs

Teaching your kids can and should be fun. This is not always easy, but teaching verbs makes it easy. So hop, skip, jump, run and swing. Go ahead, do it all and let your kids join in the fun.

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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 Journey of Freedom
The Story of the Pilgrims - a Story of Growth and Friendship

The Story of the Pilgrims by Katherine Ross, is a wonderful story of the Pilgrims journey to America. The illustrations are colorful and it kept my seven year old engaged. pilgrims1 Continue reading

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The Teal Pumpkin Project
Halloween Lesson Plan on Allergies and Food Safety

What do you think about the Teal Pumpkin Project? We participated in the Teal Pumpkin Project last year and will be participating again this year. This project was started by FARE in 2014 to create a safer Halloween for all kids, including those with food allergies. This project was inspired by Food Allergy Community of East Tennessee (FACET). tealpumpkin1 Continue reading

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