Monthly Archives: April 2018


How To Homeschool — 5 Homeschooling Tips For Getting Started

How To Homeschool — 5 Homeschooling Tips For Getting Started

In this video, I share my 5 tips for getting started in homeschooling and I even share a bonus tip with you at the end.

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About this video:
In this video Heather Torres takes you through the ways to get started in homeschool and shows you the 5 steps to getting started in homeschooling. This homeschool mom is all about keeping it simple when it comes to homeschooling kindergarten and 2nd-grade homeschool. Check it out!

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How to Make a Children’s Kindle Picture Book Using Public Domain Images.

How to Make a Children’s Kindle Picture book Using Public Domain Images and FREE! Software.

Have you ever wanted to create your own children’s picture book but did not know how or where to start?
You have a wonderful idea for a children’s picture book but you are not an artist and you do not have the funds to pay for an illustrator, nor the time to wait for the artist to draw all those illustrations for your 32-page children’s picture book?
What if I told you that you could create your own children’s picture book and it will not cost you anything but your time to put it together.
In this video, I walk you through step by step from where to find public domain images you can use for free, to customizing those images using a program called I then show you how to upload those images into a word.doc template, and then convert your book to a .pdf format and then finally converting your book to a .mobi file to upload to Amazon Kindle. Would that be awesome or what?
Well, all of that is in my video. I walk you through every step from where to find the images to get your book published and available for sale on Amazon Kindle.

0:40 = Where to access public domain content.
2:23 = How to use for customizing images.
27:24 = Creating your .word.doc Kindle template.
40:30 = Uploading your book to Kindle Book Creator.
42:47 = Publish your book on Kindle.

Hi, my name is Fay B. Bolton and I am the author of over eight children’s picture books that are available on Amazon. The Wafflehoffers Maple’s First Competition will be released for […]

Phonics – Learn to Read | Spring Time Special | Alphablocks

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The Alphablocks are learning to read and spell phonetically in this spring time special! It’s Spring Break!
Alphablocks is the hit CBeebies TV show that’s helping hundreds of thousands of children learn to read. The Alphablocks are 26 living letters who discover that whenever they hold hands and make a word, something magical happens.
Learn to read and spell easy, intermediate and hard words with the phonetic spelling technique designed especially for kids learning to read.


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Kids Reading Games First Grade | Improve Kids Skill

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Kids Reading Games First Grade | Improve Kids Skill

It’s not easy to get a kid into reading and writing! Unfortunately kids don’t usually consider reading as a fun activity and it can be difficult sometimes getting them into opening a book! To make reading more fun for your kid, we recommend that you start with comic books. Most parents don’t consider comic books as serious reading. It turns out that there are excellent comic books available that are both entertaining and instructive as they can help your kids develop their reading skills and learn about different subjects.

There are also reading games for kids that can help kids practice reading and writing. For example, sentence building kits can help children improve language and reading, but also writing and spelling skills. With sentence building kits, kids learn to place adjectives before nouns and to move verbs around. Reading kits are available in many forms. Children usually enjoy them because they can be played with other kids. Furthermore, sentence building kits usually contain magnetic tiles that can be used on magnetic boards, file cabinets or on fridges. Your kid could have a lot of fun leaving short messages on the fridge in the kitchen. Perfect if you want your child to start reading and forming sentences!

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