Zap Zap Kindergarten Math

Disclosure: This post brought to you by Zap Zap Math. Are you looking for a way to make learning math more engaging for your 3-6y year old? Well look no further. Zap Zap Kindergarten Math, an educational adventure game that makes learning math fun. It is a fast-paced math game that introduces them to the essential foundations of mathematics, namely addition and subtraction, place value, measurement and data, and so much more!Zap Zap Kindergarten Math makes math for kids an exciting event to look forward to, with a variety of gamified challenges across different settings. Choose between starting as a … [Read more...]

Family Fun & Milestones At Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom

Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Cedar Fair in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand. My family has gone to Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom every year since Ethan (who is now 10) was big enough to hug Snoopy! So when they reached out to me this year to see if we wanted to experience the park this year- we jumped at the opportunity. We planned, planned and planned some more and decided to go on Father's Day weekend! It's crazy to me that year after year my kids get excited to go to the same park, but they really do. And when I think about it, Dorney park is so much more than a normal park- … [Read more...]

Schwinn SmartStart : The Perfect First Bike #SchwinnBingoSweepstakes

Disclosure: This post sponsored post by Mirum. Every summer, each of the kids gets a new bike. Bikes are a huge part of our summer activities. We take them to every campground we visit and the kids use them the entire time we are there, we use them to explore national parks and even to just visit our local parks. This year will be Emmitt's first year getting a bike that we will take the training wheels off of, and he is so nervous. We searched and searched for the perfect bike for him, and decided on a Schwinn SmartStart bike. Instead of being a shrunk down adult, the bike is designed for a child. We … [Read more...]

DMA Summer Camps Filling Fast!

Digital Media Academy technology summer camps allow kids and teens to discover their passion for STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and math) through fun and exciting hands-on courses and collaboration at a location near you.It's our mission to foster a learning community of diversity and excellence through memorable and innovative educational experiences led by the highest-quality instructors; building skills and confidence to empower lifelong learners to follow their dreams and make a lasting impact. We also know that, girls may shy away from subjects like science, technology, engineering, and … [Read more...]

Your Research Paper Success Depends on You

  One of the things that students dread the most about school is having to write research papers. They take a lot of time, as well as considerable writing skill on one's part. Needless to say, some students are better at it than others, and some really struggle with it. But, writing is a skill which can be learned. Not everyone is destined to become a professional writer, but they can become good enough in order to write an academic assignment.Another problem is that most students don't believe in their ability to reach that level, which is why they decide to buy research paper. But they do have … [Read more...]

Turmeric & Your Health – How It Can Help!

When I think of turmeric, I think of the bright yellow spice that we often use when we make our favorite Indian dish, curry. But turmeric is so much more than a culinary spice. It is a versatile superfood that boasts powerful antioxidant and health- promoting properties that is used by populations all over the world. So what exactly does it do? Well Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, is what gives the spice its benefit. Curcumin has been extensively researched and shown to have multiple health benefits, from heart health to joint health to cellular health, to helping support a healthy … [Read more...]

7 Awesome Ways To Save At Target

I like shopping just as much as the next girl. In my single years, before I had children, I did what most single women did: I shopped. When I was happy, I shopped. When I was sad, I shopped. I never got myself into trouble with my spending habits or bankrupted myself but I did have a bit of an addiction, especially when I came across a good deal. Now that I'm older, have more financial finesse and a couple of kids under my belt, I've gotten more careful and conscious of what I spent. Of course, now it's harder because I love to shop for my kids, especially for clothes but I do well enough by exercising … [Read more...]