rosetta stone kids reading home screen my little me

If you are looking for a wonderful tool to help kids learn to read then keep reading to learn about the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program. I have been using it for about a month to help my 4 year

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oh what joy snapfish holiday card my little me

It’s time to get those Holiday Cards made!  Christmas is quickly approaching and before you know it, it will be too late!  This happens to me quite frequently.  I keep procrastinating that I’ll take the family photo next weekend, I’ll

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diy emotions dice game my little me

A great way to explore emotions with your child is through game play.  We made these Emotions Dice just for that reason! We love making DIY educational games for children to learn while they play. We recently studied emotions in

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homemade bird seed biscuits my little me

Make these easy Homemade Bird Seed Biscuits to feed your neighborhood friendly birds this winter. We made toilet paper roll bird feeders the other day during girl scouts.  They were awesome and the girls loved making them.  BUT, they did

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kids and chores my little me

When I was provided the opportunity to introduce my younger kids to chores, I became inspired. I visited Kroger* to get a few items for myself to use while working along side the little ones. A little heads up if

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diy chore boards for kids my little me

These Chore Boards are another attempt for me to keep consistent at having my kids assist with the household chores.  I’ve never been very consistent with chores for the kids, but I know I need to be. Why should the

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maple cinnamon sugar roasted pumpkin seeds

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds.  Yum!  Preschool sure was delicious this morning! This past weekend we did a lot of pumpkin painting.  We did the glow-in-the-dark spray paint pumpkins at our Girl Scouts Hayride and Party.  And we also let the kids

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cranberry peanut butter bites mylittleme.com

We made these easy Cranberry Peanut Butter Bites this morning for our snack in preschool. These little balls of joy are easy enough that my 18 month old helped a little.  They both poured an ingredient and even got to

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