I have some things in the works (I know I’ve been gone a really long time, but this blogging stuff takes serious work and time that I’ve been spending with my kiddos… I’ll be back, though, I promise!)
While you wait, though, I wanted to tell you that I just became a Julep Maven. I’ve never been a maven of anything. Now I will be getting all kinds of fun mani/pedi stuff delivered to my door. I haven’t recieved my first box yet, but I wanted to share this with you now so you can take advantage of the great promotion they are having this month.
If you click on this link* and use coupon code “SHAREONMAY” you’ll get your first month of products for just $0.01. That’s not a typo. Your first month of $40 worth of awesome girly-ness will be delivered to your door for just ONE CENT!
Oh, and CLICK HERE to get a really cool, free butterfly life cycle project and a create-your-own-insect project. I found them on TPT and thought of you!
Happy Mother’s Day!
*Affiliate link for Julep – Thank you for supporting me!
I just want to tell you quickly about a GEODE KIT giveaway happening at Travelin’ Sisterhood. You can access the information about it by clicking HERE. Or copy and paste the following URL if you need to:
I am not affiliated with the above blog. I just thought it was a cool giveaway!
First, I’d like to let you know that Time4Learning.com provided my family with a one month free trial in exchange for this review. However this review, and all of it’s opinions, are completely mine. Okay. Ready?
First, I’d like to say: WOW. My kids loved it. They asked repeatedly for “Computer Lab” time, as they call it. They loved the variety of games that went on and they frequently spent time afterwards discussing the games. “Did you get to play the one where the little bugs went swimming?”, “Oh, yeah.. That one was so fun!” Stuff like that
I loved the variety of topics covered and that the games were so varied. The kids would seriously never be bored. And if I had a day where we couldn’t get to anything else, honestly, I think I could plunk them down at the computer, pull up time4learning.com and let them have at it.
Truly, my only disappointment was the monthly price after the free trial. For my three children to enjoy it, I would have to pay about $50/month. That’s fifty dollars every month. They were deeply disappointed when I told them that we couldn’t afford to continue. I wish they had a family plan or something like some other sites do. Or maybe a special plan for homeschoolers who are very often on a really tight budget when it comes to making curriculum choices.
Otherwise, it’s seriously worth checking out. And did you know that you can get a time4learning.com free trial too, if you have a blog? Go on over to their site and check it out!