Saturday, December 18, 2010

Proof of Santa!

 Do your children still believe in Santa? If so, keep them believing and if not, surprise them with this proof!
This is our Christmas tree in the photo above.....with Santa! lets you upload your own photo, then add in Santa. There are quite a few poses to choose from and if you like, you can also purchase
a video. They also have more figures, such as the Easter Bunny!  My readers can enjoy a 25% discount by using the code:  SANTA-2010
5 of my readers can also win a FREE photo by sharing this on Facebook or your blog, then leave me a comment with a link to your post.(note: to post comment, you must follow my blog at the top left)  Merry CHRISTmas to all of you!!
I will announce the winners Monday (Contest has been extended due to lack of entries. Anyone interested may enter until December 26th)at 11:59pm, and if you are a winner,I will send you a private message with the code. Until then, check out, and look at all the poses and options.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Teach with Games

            I recently had the pleasure of trying out a new game that helps children memorize their multiplication tables. You can get them in different multiples, such as, the 2's timetable and the 3's timetable. You play in the style of the classical Old Maid card game that most of us grew up playing.  Getting the kids involved in a card game makes it easy for them to remember the facts. All children love games, and these are great tools to help them memorize the facts easily. And at only $.99 a game, they are very affordable. You just print off what you need (card stock or laminated after printing is best), cut out the cards, and you are ready to play. Come with complete instructions of game play.

Find them at

Source: via Angie on Pinterest