Melody J. Bremen

8 Fun Activities for the Plane

Monday October 16, 2017

8 Fun Activities for the PlanePlane rides can feel long and boring, especially when traveling with children. But fear not, there are plenty of things to do and ways to keep everyone entertained.

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11 Books for Kids Who Love Animals

Monday October 09, 2017

11 Books for Kids Who Love Animals

Check out these furry tales! (See what I did there? Tales. Tails.) (Sorry, I couldn’t help it.) Some are sweet, some are heartfelt, some are an adventure!

Life of Pi
Redwall (Redwall, #1)
Pax Read More>>

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10 Middle Grade Book Review Blogs to Get Great Recommendations

Monday October 02, 2017

10 Middle Grade Book Review Blogs to Get Great Recommendations

If you have a child that’s a bookworm, it can be hard to keep up with their voracious reading appetite. You can browse on websites like Amazon or Goodreads, but these websites have so many books, it’s hard to know where to start. Here is a list of blogs that reviews middle grade books (and sometimes chapter and pictures books, as well). These websites post regularly and provide honest reviews that can help you find your child’s next read. Read More>>

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Amazing Street Art (Videos)

Monday September 25, 2017

Check out these super cool street art paintings and murals that range from gorgeous to clever to inspiring.

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Funniest Laws in the United States

Monday September 18, 2017

Funniest-Laws-in-the-United-StatesMost laws make a lot of sense, like, you know, don’t take stuff that doesn’t belong to you, but there are some laws that are passed in the United States that make you scratch your head and wonder how they came to be.

North Carolina

Bingo games cannot last more than 5 hours.

It’s against the law to sing off-key. Read More>>

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10 Science Experiments to do at Home

Monday September 11, 2017

10 Science Experiments to do at HomeScience is fun! Well, not always, but it can be. When learning is presented in a fun way, it tends to stick better. (That’s a scientific fact that I just made up.) Check out these science experiments that you can do at home. Most of them use ingredients that should be readily available in your kitchen or junk drawer. They are sure to entertain all ages and educate at the same time.

Kids can do these on their own, but keep an eye on things to make sure it doesn’t get too messy. Read More>>

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