Gymboree has just launched their Small but Mighty Sale – 50% Off Newborn and Baby Styles at Gymboree. Valid 9/5-9/18. Yes, save 50% off newborn and baby styles as well as 40% off kid styles. Awesome deals!
Month: September 2018
Ever planning on taking up gardening as a hobby? Do you have a home garden that you’re really proud of? Gardening is such a great pastime – it is very relaxing, yet, at the same time both challenging and sometimes frustrating. More importantly though, your home garden, in a small, can contribute to the environment.
All Clara (Mackenzie Foy) wants is a key – a one-of-a-kind key that will unlock a box that holds a priceless gift. A golden thread, presented to her at godfather Drosselmeyer’s (Morgan Freeman) annual holiday party, leads her to the coveted key—which promptly disappears into a strange and mysterious parallel world…CHECK OUT THE TRAILER!
By reducing the amount of natural resources you consume, reusing items that would otherwise go to waste, and recycling trash so it can be repurposed, you’re helping ensure a brighter future for the children of today. However, planning for the future not only includes taking steps in the present day, but also preparing for tomorrow…
We’ve all heard of BigFoot and the fascination regarding this interesting creature. D.L. Miller does a great job introducing this creature and it’s history around the world in his latest….BigFoot Goes Back in Time. Miller also touches base on the time periods of Dinosaurs, the Ice Age, Vikings, Medieval Castles, and so much more, while throwing in some cleaver Seek and Find pages for each subject along with an answer key…
Our Visit to Council Thrift for Fall Fashion Fundraising Event by National Council of Jewish Women, MI
Fall Showcase is an annual fashion fundraising event that was held on August 26, at Council Resale shop in Berkley. The event was operated by the National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan. Donated fall fashion items for women, men, and children, were sold to support the Council’s services.
Whether you are homeschooling, or your child is in a private or public school system, teaching a child how to read may have it’s ups and downs. I believe as partners in our children’s education we have the opportunity to make learning-to-read exciting and engaging.