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2020 Back to School Guide – School Supplies, Apps, Children Books and More

2020 Back to School Guide

2020 Back to School Guide

Welcome back to another guide full of seasonal topics. Our 2020 Back to School Guide is here! This is all about school from getting your supplies ready, finding the best educational apps or books and more. If it fits the education topic, we will feature it.

Keep checking back throughout these school months and see what new topics and brands I have added! In August we will have a fun giveaway for visitors so stay tuned on the blog!

Make sure to also visit our  Summer Guide and stay tuned for the Fall-ing for Baby Series and Love Your Pet Guide coming soon!


Pick Up Sports – Virtual Sports Classes for Kids ages 3-6



Learning a Musical Instrument Has Lifelong Benefits for Children



DEAL!! Learn any Language online from anywhere with LearnLanguages24


They keep bringing the lunchbox back with veggies uneaten! You need ENOF!


Face Masks for Kids and Adults that filter particles and droplets


Paleo Pro – Primal Protein Bars to get your student through their long study nights


Wear your sunscreen and hand sanitizers for easy access! – Send your student to school with HandiGURU


College Care Packages: Succulents Subscription Boxes


Add some baked cheddar straws to their lunches – made with aged Wisconsin cheese from Mama Geraldine’s


Wander Puzzle Co is making connections with women through their designs – great for College roommates to connect!


Send the kids back to school with their personal collapsible water bottle from Nomader


More coming to this link up above…keep checking back!

2020 Back to School Giveaway coming soon…..

Books Reviews, Children's Books, Holiday Shopping

Christmas in July Book Review: The Naughty List – a Santa Tale with a Twist

Let me start by saying that this book has won the E-Book: Fiction category in the 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Award. Now that you know this must be a great book, I will share more.

As children we were all aware of the nice and naughty list Santa kept. This book visits that naughty list and helps us realizes that what makes the kids make that bad list might actually be less of a stigma that truly does not define them and more of a character trait that accelerates their strengths. In this book, the naughty kids save Christmas!

Synopsis of The Naughty List

When Santa Claus does not show up for the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the North Pole is thrown into chaos. The elves were not made for this type of treachery, so they turn to the Naughty List. Starting with number one; a team of children are recruited to devise a plan to rescue Santa and save Christmas. They will utilize traditional Christmas magic and set sail for adventure and redemption.Follow these intrepid youngsters as they unite the world in their desperate attempt while proving that their naughty actions do not define their nature.

It is such a great read any time of the year and for all ages. Buy the book now on Amazon.

Books Reviews, Children's Books, STEM Learning

Overwatch: The Hero of Numbani – Teen Book Review

Overwatch: The Hero of Numbani

Overwatch: The Hero of Numbani

With a book that your tweens and teens will relate with, this story is based off of a popular video game. The story begins with high school friends that are into robots. A bit of girls in science and a lot of STEM and robotics fun. They will recognize the game’s fan-favorite characters Orisa, Doomfist, and Lucio!

Overwatch book

Synopsis of Overwatch: The Hero of Numbani

In the technologically advanced African city of Numbani, in the not-so-distant future, a hero named Efi Oladele rises! Efi may only be eleven, but after she witnesses an attack on her city by the terrorist known as Doomfist, she realizes you’re never too young to make a difference.

Efi builds an intelligent robot named Orisa to give Numbani the hero it deserves. Orisa has a lot to learn before she’s ready to save the city, but Efi has some things to learn too, especially when it comes to building — and being — a hero.

Buy the book a Amazon!