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June 27, 2017

The NIV Kids' Visual Study Bible {Review}

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Learning can come in many different forms. Some children prefer a hands-on (kinesthetic) approach, while others are more auditory or visual learners. If you have a visual learner at home and are looking for ways to get them tied into the Word of God, then let me introduce you to this fabulous new Bible from Zonderkidz, the NIV Kids' Visual Study Bible.

June 26, 2017

Novare Science & Math: Science For Every Teacher Review

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There's no shortage of love for the study of science in this house. It was always one of my favorite subjects while growing up, and now I have the pleasure in showing my son the very wonders of it all. While I typically enjoy all aspects of the subject, I do tend to favor studies such as botany, biology, or zoology. Then there are others that are more so at the bottom of my list of favorites. Take physics for example. While I typically enjoy all aspects of science, I can't say that I've ever been a true fan of this particular discipline. It's not that I don't like it, but the complexity of it all can be a bit intimidating at times. Perhaps it's all those equations, because let's face it, advanced mathematics like calculus and linear algebra are not on my list of top things that I can't wait to teach. With that being said, when you are a science lover like me, topics like energy, force, and motion are, without a doubt, truly intriguing.

When it comes time for my son to learn about physics, I want him to walk away with a solid knowledge of the subject, but if I'm going to be the one to teach him, then I also have to prepare myself. Recently, I had the opportunity to read the first book in the Science for Every Teacher series by Novare Science & Math. Lucky for me, Volume 1 is all about the study of physics.

June 22, 2017

Wisdom That Comes From Heaven

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"God grant me the wisdom to..."

When I spend time with the Lord, I often find myself repeating these very same words, asking Him for continued wisdom.

While worldly wisdom might seem appealing, it will only get us so far. God actually wants us to seek our wisdom from Him. This is especially important when it comes to moving us along the path of spiritual living and salvation. True and perfect wisdom can only come from our Lord and that is what James was trying to convey by saying wisdom from heaven is pure and sincere–it bears good fruit and peace.


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June 20, 2017

Staying Hydrated on the Go with Nuby Thirsty Kids Cups

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With the warm weather here, we like to spend a lot of time outside. Of course, when it comes to our summer outings, there are a few things that I always make sure to keep on hand, whether we're going to the zoo, the lake, or just staying put right in our own backyard. These include sunscreen, bug spray, snacks, and water. Those high temperatures can really sneak up on you, so it's extremely important to stay hydrated at all times. This especially holds true for the little ones.

June 19, 2017

Making US History Fun with the Adventures of Rush Revere Book Series {Review}

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I have a confession to make, when I was a young child I was never a big fan of US History, I'm almost ashamed to say this, but I thought it was quite the "snooze fest" of subjects. Fast forward today, and I definitely have a greater appreciation for it and everything that our forefathers had done to make our country what it is today. I only wish that I felt this way as a child. When the time comes to really dive into US history with my son, I don't want him to approach the subject with the same feelings that I had. Instead, I want him to be eager and ready to soak up the information and actually enjoy learning about our country, to the point that he actually finds the subject to be....well...fun! History really doesn't have to be boring if you approach it the right way, and it also helps when you have resources like the Adventures of Rush Revere #1 New York Times Bestselling Book Series by Rush and Kathryn Adams Limbaugh.
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