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Blog Button Tutorials

Do you have a blog button available on your site for your blogging friends to grab and put on their blog?  I have had some people asking me lately how I create my buttons. Well, the process I use is a bit more involved than the tutorial I want to share with you today. I wrote this tutorial in a simple step by step format and the end result is a basic button using a photo and text.  How To Create A Simple Blog Button Now, after you have created your beautiful button, you will want to create the grab …

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Top Ten Tasks For Tackling My Blog To-Do List

Today I have been tackling tasks on the blog that have been on the to do list for far too long. Some of the things that I have been tackling might be helpful/useful to my average, everyday readers just reading my blog (making it easier for you to read and navigate) and others will be more useful to those who are bloggers themselves and wanting to make some improvements to their blogs. I don’t know about you, but I am a very visual person, and if something isn’t in front of my face I will forget to use it.  That …

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Our Favorite iPad Apps

The iPad is a recent addition to our homeschooling family. I wrote (HERE) about how the iPad is changing our homeschooling. I had several requests for information about the iPad Apps that we use. So, here you have it. These are just a few of the iPad Apps that we use for quick transition: pocket ants pocket pond plasma globe splatter i love fireworks fluidity awesome art of glow sky write talking roby sound drop pottery hd lite bubble snap doodle bright These are the single player iPad Apps that the kids can play on their own: boggle rocket math …

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Ten Special Needs Books That I Have Read

Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight by Sharon Heller. Visit the author’s website and read an excerpt from the book. Sensational Kids by Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR. You can read more about the author and her foundation. The Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Stock Kranowitz. Visit the author’s website to read more about this and other books. The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun by Carol Stock Kranowitz. Visit the author’s website to read more about this and her other books. Autism Spectrum Disorders by Chantal Sicile-Kira and Temple Grandin. Visit Chantal at her website. Visit Temple Grandin’s website. The Sensory-Sensitive …

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