FREE Easter Coloring Printable for Kids!
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by Mrs. G
2M ago
I love collaborating with talented women to create beautiful printable coloring sheets for kids and families to use. To create this printable, I collaborated with Chasity Hampton, a talented illustrator. You can  in touch with Chasity, give her a follow on Instagram, and support her as she continues to build up her art portfolio. It’s always was such a pleasure to work with her and help support her at the same time. This coloring printable is a fun way to celebrate Easter Sunday ..read more
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31 Days of Women’s History: Ashima Shiraishi – Scaling Heights and Inspiring Dreams
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by Mrs. G
2M ago
In the world of rock climbing, few names resonate with as much awe and inspiration as Ashima Shiraishi. From her humble beginnings as a child prodigy to her status as a trailblazing athlete, Ashima’s journey is a testament to the power of passion, perseverance, and sheer determination. Born in New York City, Ashima’s love affair with climbing began at the age of six when she first set foot in a local gym. Little did she know that this seemingly innocuous visit would ignite a flame that would propel her to the summits of some of the world’s most challenging rock faces ..read more
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31 Days of Women’s History: Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpré
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by Mrs. G
2M ago
Today, I want to shine the spotlight on someone whose impact on literature and culture is nothing short of legendary: Pura Belpré. Born in Cidra, Puerto Rico, in 1899, Pura’s journey began in a place rich with vibrant culture and storytelling traditions. As a young girl, she was captivated by the tales spun by her grandmother, filling her imagination with wonders of the past and dreams of the future. Now, let’s fast forward a bit to Pura’s arrival in New York City in the 1920s ..read more
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31 Days of Women’s History: Celebrating Beyoncé: The Queen of Music, Entrepreneurship, and Inspiration
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by Mrs. G
2M ago
March is not just the start of spring; it’s also the kickoff to Women’s History Month, a time to honor the incredible contributions of women throughout history. And what better way to start this celebration than by shining a spotlight on the one and only Beyoncé Knowles? Beyoncé Knowles, often referred to simply as Queen Bey, is a cultural phenomenon. From her early days as a member of Destiny’s Child to her groundbreaking solo career, Beyoncé has consistently pushed boundaries and redefined what it means to be a female artist in the music industry ..read more
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31 Days of Women’s History: Download this Printable To Celebrate Women (and Girls) Who Persisted
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by Mrs. G
3M ago
  March is Women’s History Month – a time to celebrate the accomplishments of women trailblazers and also inspire a new generation of young women and men. How do you plan to celebrate Women’s History Month this year? I hope some of you will take time this month to post about women on social media, share women’s stories with family and friends, and ensure that women’s impact on history and society is valued and commemorated ..read more
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Picture Books to Read On Grandparent’s Day
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by Mrs. G
9M ago
I’ll be honest and say I didn’t even know National Grandparent’s Day existed until my adult years. This is probably because it didn’t originate in the United States until the year 1978. It’s often one of those holidays that can be easily overlooked, especially since it’s right around back-to-school, Labor Day and adjusting to new routines for both kids and adults. Of course, one way the kids and I will be celebrating Grandparents Day is by reading lots of grandparent-related books like the ones listed below.   ..read more
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The Ultimate List of Diverse Back to School Picture Books for Kids
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by Mrs. G
9M ago
Looking for back to school picture books for kids? I’ve got you covered. Have you already started scouting libraries, websites, and bookstores for the perfect “going to school” books?  Perhaps you’ve been searching for children’s book recommendations that fit into any of these (or different) categories: First day jitters Making new friends Separation anxiety Dealing with new situations, routines, and schedules Helping children (and some parents) cope with feelings of anticipation, excitement, and nervousness Starting Preschool or Kindergarten Below you will find a list of “Back to Scho ..read more
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Hair Love ABCs (A Book Review)
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by Mrs. G
9M ago
Hair Love ABCs by Matthew A. Cherry, illustrated by Vashti Harrison Publisher: Kokila, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Format: Hardcover Age Range: 0 – 3 Grade Level: Preschool Disclaimer: I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  As always, all opinions expressed are my own ..read more
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Diverse Picture Books for Kid’s First-Time Experiences
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by Mrs. G
11M ago
From the moment we are born, our lives are filled with first-time (milestone) experiences. Our first steps, the first time we learn to use the potty, the first day of school, the first trip to the zoo, and so many more. If you are a parent or caregiver, you have the chance to share new ideas and experiences with your children. Inevitably, some of their experiences will be challenging and may result in having tough conversations and a few heart-to-hearts ..read more
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She Who Wins: Meet Author Renee Bauer
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by Mrs. G
1y ago
Disclaimer: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links. I am attending the She Who Wins Summit and highly recommend this summit because I believe it will be helpful to myself and others.  Renee Bauer is trustworthy, and I know her summit will be exciting, fun, and informative. Please let me know if you have any questions about anything listed below ..read more
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