Whether your kids are learning at home or they’re back in the classroom, a little extra help with reading is never a bad thing. Fortunately, we live in an age when apps to help with reading are increasingly common and better than they ever have been. From preschool on up, there are tools available right now for your tablet or phone that can dramatically improve your child’s reading success.
Right now, everyone is looking for more work, but nobody really wants to go to work. Zoom and Skype have opened up plenty of work-from-home positions, and offices are looking beyond their city limits to find qualified employees. This is great news for people looking for a work from home job.
If your kid loves dinosaurs and reading about them as much as mine, you’re sure to want to pick up a few of these books! While we love picture and story books, especially when they were younger, we also appreciate non-fiction dinosaur books. It’s important to us as parents that our children love reading both fiction and non-fiction, and reading about dinosaurs is a great place to start!
The Saint Louis Zoo has brought us something that has made my 7 year old’s dreams come true – dinosaurs!! Now don’t tell my kid this, but we had actually planned our trip to the St. Louis zoo before we even realized it would happen right after the exhibit opened. Despite living only 90 minutes from St. Louis, my kids had never been. Now I’m not sure how we’ll ever top a trip that included dinosaurs!
We hear so much talk about how important it is to practice self-care.