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The Gruffalo – New Kids DVD Release

The Gruffalo Kids DVD

Watching DVDs together enable us to share in the laughter and amusement of a good story line, and see the excitement in our grandkids' eyes! Based on the best-selling children’s book, The Gruffalo is a magical tale of a mouse who takes a stroll through the woods. Encountering three predators who all wish to eat him, the adorable and confident mouse has to use his wits to survive.

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Learning Activities for Kids – Summer Bridge Workbooks and Activity Cards Review

Summer Learning Activities

School has been out since June here in Connecticut and most classes won’t start again until after the long Labor Day weekend. As a mom of adult children and as a grandmom, I’d like to remind you of the importance of providing learning activities for kids over the summer months. The National Summer Learning Association states that most students lose about two months of grade level equivalency over the summer months.

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What is StumbleUpon and How Does It Benefit Bloggers | Tutorial

Stumble Upon

If you're new to the blogging scene or even a seasoned professional blogger or internet marketer, you're probably aware of how much time and thought goes into writing a post. One of the ways to assure that you are taking steps to drive traffic to your blog and eyes are reading your posts is by having it Stumbled on StumbleUpon.

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Family Fun in Connecticut | Meigs Point Nature Center | Hammonassett State Park Review

Meigs-Point Cedar Island Trail

The Meigs Point Nature Center at Hammonassett State Park in Madison, Connecticut is a wonderful way to spend the day if you're traveling and looking for affordable fun things to do in Connecticut with the family.

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Jellyfish Season In Connecticut By the Beautiful Sea

Jellyfish Hammonasset Beach

The water temperature down at the beach in Connecticut is at its warmest in July, and my family enjoys the smell of the salt air and dipping our toes in the salty brine. The experience of watching my grandchildren build sandcastles and make Mush Gook, doesn't come without a price, as July is Jellyfish season.

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