Genevieve Going’s CD “Do You Know ” Launch

Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary single of “My Telephone Number is” by Genevieve Goings to review as a influencer with Entertainment New Media Network.  My thoughts and opinions are always my own. For those of of you are Disney Junior regulars like our family, when ever you hear the Choo Choo Soul with Genevieve anthem, […]

“Touchy Feely” Game from Marbles The Brain Store

Disclosure: I received a sample of the Touchy Feely Game from Marbles The Brain Store to facilitate this review. Any opinions are my own. If you’ve been to the mall recently, it’s possible that a Marbles The Brain Store may have opened its doors. This fun and inviting store allows parents and children to experience […]

The Everything Kids Learning Activities Book Review (Giveaway)

Disclosure: I received a free sample of this book in order to facilitate this review, any opinions are my own. Commercially “back to school” is often associated with stressfully garnering all types of supplies that schools require like backpacks, glue, scissors, and markers.  Within weeks, we will all be back in the daily grind of our […]

Speakaboos is a Fun Way to Promote Literacy For Preschoolers

Disclosure: In order to facilitate this post, I was provided with a free year of web and app access to Speakaboos, a fun way to promote literacy for preschoolers and any child who is learning to read. When I was a child, I had Sesame Street, and books from the library.   I also clearly remember learning […]

Which Educational Tablet? The InnoTab 3S or LeapPad Ultra?

The InnoTab 3S from VTech and the LeapPad Ultra from LeapFrog are educational tablets for kids in the 3-9 year old age range. Both learning tablets feature cameras for pictures and video, plus secure wi-fi capabilities with access to paid downloadable app content that includes music, videos and e-books.  Educational games can be purchased as […]

Teaching Kids to Write With Kids Writing Apps

Everyday as an occupational therapist I’m teaching kids to write letters, numbers and draw pictures.  For most of the children I work with who are challenged by how they hold a pencil, or the ability to pay attention, it’s a daunting task, often met with refusal, especially when I hand over the dreaded pencil and […]

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