My assistant Robin is such a genius! Look at these ADORABLE homemade felt ornaments she created for her Christmas tree! Wouldn't they be awesome as a gift from a child, or to decorate your home with a classic Christmas feel? Just download this pattern, cut out the colored felt, and stitch. Easy-peasy, cute-and-fun gifts!
"We have lots of little ones joining our family! Having some older siblings with adult children, I now have several great nieces and great nephews! I remember when my children were little. Our tree was bald from "toddler height" down! My teens and I will be making some felt ornaments for our family and friends with little ones this year. That way their trees will have toddler-friendly ornaments on the bottom of the tree." ~ Robin
You can create a cute red candy cane, icy-cold snowflake, or snowman with hat, scarf, and carrot nose!
Plan ahead to avoid devastating test results .
Whether your child is a super-smart, gifted test -taker, or struggling test -o-phobe, there is one thing that could ruin their test results completely. A total failure on the part of the school giving the test .
In one month, there were two major problems with tests, just in our local area.
A current trend in college applications now is for student to self -report everything and be admitted based on the facts the student gives on the application. Self -reported grades, GPA, test scores, etc. After the student is admitted, the college receives the official documents: transcript, course descriptions, tests scores, etc. Then they will reject any student that lies. So,
Don't you wish there was a book called "Getting Your Teen to Sleep at Night" or perhaps "7 Highly Effective Sleep Habits of Healthy Teens"? There just HAS to be a way to help your teenager sleep better AND teach them good sleep habits.
In the medical field, choosing healthy sleep is called "sleep hygiene" but who cares what it's called?
It's tempting to think that our goal is to get our children in to college. No, no! Our goal is that our children can get in AND afford to go to college. Getting admitted is only part of the problem! Here ideas to help you get more scholarship money once you've gotten in, done the math, and come up short