This article is sponsored by Galileo Learning
Every day I wake up and think “What are we going to do today”? In my mind laying by the beach with a nice iced coffee and computer is my dream- but reality hits and there is no beach. However, I have 2 kids who want to do at least 20 things in 1 day! Do we go swimming, bowling, visit malls, art projects or other fun free activities? We do it all!
Look at an activity we did last week:
As much as I would love to do CRAFTS all day- I can’t! That is wherecomes in…..
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