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On Being an Involved Parent in My Children’s Education

Parenting

Last year my daughter began her first year of formal schooling as a Kindergartner at a local public school. I say formal schooling because she had been learning at home long before that. Ever since she was a baby (actually even while in the womb), my husband and I had been reading to her. Once she learned […]

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Nominate Your School for Power a Bright Future Grant & Help Fund School Enrichment Programs!

Giveaways

This post is part of a paid campaign. My baby girl started Prekindergarten this past Monday. Here in Florida they actually call it Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK), and the state funds the program. So, if you properly enroll your child with the state, various local child care centers will provide VPK free of charge 3 hours […]

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Setting a Good Example for My Children

guest-posts

Guest post: Cissa Fireheart blogs at Heart of Fire, and when she’s not there or Twittering, she is busy being a full-time student and mother. And going to Disney World, as many times as she can convince her husband to let her go. Before moving back to the Sunshine State, I worked full-time while my […]

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5 Reading Resources for Parents

Parenting

My daughter is three. As a preschooler, she loves to “read” and loves for us to read to her. She received a Leapfrog Tag system from her tio for Christmas and uses it on an almost daily basis. That is how she can “read” a book to us. But, she can also take a regular […]

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