I have been going through some things as of late with some of my family and friends. I kept people in my life for longer than I probably should have. It has cost me some good things and hurt me and those I love. I will say this, though, I have learned a lot from prioritizing the wrong people. I would love to share some of what I learned to help you avoid making my mistakes.
I have been waiting to write this review for a while. I wanted to finish an entire school year using a new Math curriculum before I typed up my Teaching Textbooks review. With a child with dyslexia, Math is a very frustrating subject and we have been through a lot of stress trying to find something that would teach her Math. I won’t lie, Math became our nemesis for a long time! However, I want to tell you about Teaching Textbooks and why I think it could be a great fit for you. I was not paid for this review. I just thought this information could help someone out.
Teaching Textbooks Review
I seriously can’t believe I am the mom to a tween already! It seems like just yesterday I was trying to figure out how to take care of a newborn with colic… Yet, here we are. I have to say it has been a huge adjustment. Not only do I have to deal with the emotional roller coaster, I have to teach this child what sex is, and help her understand the hygiene needs that come with puberty. Over the last few weeks I have nagged her about her hygiene and I don’t want to do that. That’s why I put together this free printable hygiene checklist. I am hoping it will encourage her to take responsibility and feel empowered to take care of herself.