Kid’s Academy Introduces Free Kid’s Singapore Math App

This post is written on behalf of Kid's Academy. Do you have a 3-7 year old who is learning math? Does your child need help understanding math or improving their math skills? We love the iPhone and Android apps from Kid's Academy, and I'm so happy to announce the addition (yes, pun intended!) of the Singapore Math App to the Kid's Academy family. Kids Academy Releases #1 Math Games: Singapore Math App for Android and Updates iOS Version of Math Games App for Kids in Preschool & Kindergarten! Kids Academy is a well-known mobile app developer working in the sphere of children’s early … [Read more...]

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Discountrue Scholarship Opportunity for Students

For most, becoming a student doesn't leave much cash in your pocket. You have to pay for your studies, your textbooks are pretty expensive, you need to pay for the roof over your head, and you need to eat as well. And let's not forget that your social life is vitally important, too! For the first time in your life you may be responsible for all the bills, and you finally understand why your parents had budgets. You may even start searching the internet for frugal living tips.   What is Discountrue? At Discountrue, saving as much as possible is the name of the game. By partnering with … [Read more...]

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5 Smart Tips for College Student Parents

Being a parent is difficult, but there's nothing more difficult than parenting while pursuing a college degree. It's not an easy task to balance taking care of your kids and making sure you pass your classes. You might favor the one over the other from time to time and that’s not okay. As impossible as it may sound, striking a balance between studying and parenting is doable. If you are really focused to graduate and finish college, you can achieve this. To help, here are the tips every student parent should consider: Inform your professors: It is a good idea to tell your professors … [Read more...]

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The Wrath of Kindergarten Germs

Have you ever felt like your family was being taken over by germs? That's exactly how I've felt the last few months, and I'm so ready to be rid of all these Kindergarten germs. My 6 year old, Ellie, has been sick the whole school year. She came down with a cold a few days after she started Kindergarten, and the non-stop cycle has continued for months. Colds, pink eye, Hand Foot and Mouth (both strains), stomach viruses...you name it, she's had it. Of course many of the germs have passed through the family, and we have all had a rough Winter. With constantly sick kids, battling my own … [Read more...]

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Dine at Red Robin to Earn Money for Your School

*This is a sponsored post on behalf of VolunteerSpot and Red Robin* As a mom of a child who is now in school I am constantly looking for ways to help out or earn money for my child's school. I have signed up for all volunteer lists, donated to PTO, chaperoned field trips, and passed the fundraiser booklet around...and it's only November. Still, I feel like I could be doing more to support the school financially. Many schools across our nation are on tight budgets that are stretched extremely thin. The education of our children... our future doctors, lawyers, business owners, and leaders, … [Read more...]

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