Posts Tagged ‘character’

Captain Absolutely – Book Review

Do you your kids enjoy comic books, or as they call them now graphic novels? My son does enjoy them. I was really excited to share Captain Absolutely from Focus on the Family with the kids. It is a Christian comic book and I think it is good for ages 3rd grade and up.

Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree Review

Orphs of the Woodlands Review

Do your children love reading adventures? If so they will love Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree by Star Toaster. This reading app is geared for kids 7 and up. This is a chapter book and so much more.

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Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree incorporates not only reading comprehension, but vocabulary and other fun subjects into your child’s learning. It is a 122 pages long. It does have very cute graphics throughout the chapters. When I said it incorporated other subjects I meant it. There are 75 lessons on math, science, grammar, vocabulary, thinking skills, and the arts.

Happy Kids Songs Review

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One thing that is really important to me in raising my kids is boosting my kids character, social and emotional skills. Emotion skills and social skills are something we struggle with here as both my two younger kids are on the autism spectrum. When Happy Kids Songs came up for review I knew I had to try it as it seemed like a fun and creative way to work with my kids on character.

Happy Kids Songs has 8 award winning albums each with 5 songs.

Vol 1: Friends and Sharing

Vol 2: Social Skills and Bullying

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