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To familiarize your kids with the most common standard units of volume in the U.S., create this easy and fun Gallon Man craft and display him to save your homeschool from all potential kitchen disasters.
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July 20, 2019, marks 50 years since the crew of Apollo 11 shocked the world by being the first to land on the moon. To celebrate this historic triumph of humankind, here are 5 moon-themed activities you can do with your kids.
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How does your family handle date labels on food packaging? Does an item instantly get chucked into the garbage if it’s past the “sell by” date or does the milk jug in your family’s fridge instantly get handed to your spouse to pass the test of “Here, you smell this and tell me what you think”?
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With the rise of sharing on social media, many parents are building side businesses or simply finding a creative outlet by sharing their journeys online. If you are interested in elevating your social media and bringing some razzle dazzle to your online platforms, here are three tips that anyone from novice to pro can use.
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Even if you take a break from homeschooling in the summer, you can still keep your kids growing and learning with these six fun activities that are sneakily educational.
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In response to trends in plastic pollution, a non-profit organization known as the Plastic Free Foundation formed the Plastic Free July campaign. Throughout the month, volunteers throughout the world are encouraged, and even more so, challenged to make significant lifestyle changes.
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For a child on the spectrum, loud sounds and bright lights or colors can be a serious challenge. On the 4th of July, this challenge can turn a day of celebration into a day of struggle. If your child is on the spectrum or has issues with sensory overload, here are a few tips to make the 4th of July a sensory friendly day!
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AOP’s popular coloring contest is back! This year, we’re handing out more than $300 in total prizes across three different age divisions. Follow the link below and submit your child’s coloring page before Wednesday, July 31. We can’t wait to see what your kids create!
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Wouldn’t it be wonderful to cut down on your grocery bill without going coupon crazy? Crystal Paine, founder of MoneySavingMom.com, says there is! On July 9, join Crystal for a live AOP Facebook broadcast to learn 10 practical tips to lower your grocery bill by at least $50 this week!
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As we strive to be good stewards of Earth according to God’s original charge in the Garden of Eden, one way we can care for our planet is to make informed decisions about what products to buy based on their ability to be recycled. For an easy-to-follow guide for the numbers on recyclables, print our free recyclable plastics cheat sheet.

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