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Musings of a 10der Heart

musings of a 10der heart

Musings of a 10der (tender) Heart By Bev Galligan is a wonderful book, especially for girls. If you have ever had a little sister (or brother) that has annoyed you, this may be a great book for you to read. If you have a child that has a sibling that is constantly annoying them, this…

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Code Ninjas Scottsdale

Code Ninjas

Code Ninjas in Scottsdale is one of the fastest growing Franchisees in the country! Do you have a coder on your hands? A kid who really likes computers but wants to know how to make them work? Coding is now a really cool endeavor for kids as young as preschoolers. Code Ninjas brings 7-14 year…

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CenturyLink Teachers and Technology

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Technology is an ever-changing area in our world today, and I’m happy to be able to tell you all about CenturyLink’s Teachers and Technology Program! As professionals and parents educate their children, there is an increasing demand for computer technology to be incorporated into schoolwork, and that can be hard on school budgets.    …

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Are you thinking about Homeschooling in Arizona?

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School work, kids schedules, work schedules, large class sizes and personalized education are just some of the reasons that people are thinking about homeschooling in Arizona. If you have contemplated it and are wondering more about it, I’m here to help! Some basics of homeschooling in Arizona There are online schools that are actually public…

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Arizona Science Center

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Update 2019! Now that I have a lovely new camera, I love being able to post new photos. Since many of the exhibits are the same, I decided to put in some photos of some different things. There are often traveling exhibits in the museum on the third floor. These do cost extra, but they…

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Myths about homeschooling you should read no matter your stance

I very recently had a lovely discussion with a lady about homeschooling. I met her while at a play place, handed her my card and we started talking. Before I go any further with my homeschooling “bit” I want to tell you that I support the public schools and understand that homeschooling is not for…

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Sky Zone Peoria

sky zone peoria

While much of SkyZone is the same, there are few differences! Updated 2018! There is no more “Toddler” area like before at SkyZone. It has been changed into a Rock Wall with foam. Little tykes can still jump on the trampolines in designated sections of the large trampoline area. It is separated by mesh screening…

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