Just in time for Back to School, I was asked to take a look at Me in a Tree, a FREE Family Based website that is currently in BETA testing. Each member of your family creates a unique profile and avatar which takes less than 10 minutes and the fun begins! You can sync your Google or Outlook calendar so that everyone can keep track of family and individual events! I believe this website would work best for families who are school aged. With both of my children in school this year as well as multiple Extra Curricular activities, this … Continue reading
ABCmouse.com is an incredible online early learning academy for kids between the ages of 2 and 6. The website is ad-free, safe and has over 2,000 games and activities in the subject areas of reading, mathematics, social studies, beginning science, art and music. There are more than 350 custom lesson plans spanning six academic levels—all tailored to supplement and support preschool, pre-k and kindergarten programs. Check out this video to learn more: Both my children (aged 3 and 6 years) have enjoyed using this website. My 6 year old has been able to navigate through the website independently with ease. … Continue reading
Mompact: Moms Supporting Moms What is MomPact? Are you ready to rock this economy? Moms are not only responsible for over 80% of consumer spending, but they are also starting new businesses at a faster rate than any other group. It’s time for moms to support other moms in business the way we do in motherhood. The compassion we feel when we meet a mom in need of encouraging words at the check out line, or struggling to quiet a fussy toddler at a restaurant, is the same kind of compassion and connection moms have in business. We know what … Continue reading
If you you have young children who enjoy stories, you should check out the website, Story Time For Me.com. They have 30 free online books available, with more being added regularly. You simply choose a series (Ben the Mouse, Fern the Fox or Flame the Dragon), then choose a story and then press play and away you go. Each story has a picture of the book and a small info segment beside it that includes the following information:The name of the storyA small amount of info about the storyWhat age range the story is appropriate forThe episode #The category e.g … Continue reading
I was reading My Real Review back in December when I came across a post written about http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/kids. This Healthy Canadians is definitely a worth while website to share with you Canadian parents out there! The website has information regarding children regarding everything from boating to food to toy safety. They even list the latest recalls. You can also create your own personal Handbook that saves files from the website into a personalized pdf file that you can store and download. This makes the website personalized to you and your needs.
I came across a hilarious site the other day called Child Humor. If you’re looking for a good laugh and you love hearing about the funny things kids say or do, this is definitely a site you should check out. They have funny pictures, funny things kids say, refrigerator art and contests that you can enter. One of my favourite photos is this one called Bored or Contemplating: Submitting to Child Humor is simple! They require you to sign up through your Facebook Account (this is to protect you). Using Facebook creates an identity for each person on their site … Continue reading