: Katie Norris
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Don't panic. You aren't the only Mom who wonders: * Why do my kids just want to watch TV all the time? * Why does it make me so crazy some days to be home with my kids? * What should I be doing every day to help my child learn? In this unique book, a teacher and a mom have worked together to develop games and activities that are truly interesting to a child, yet easy for moms to put together. This book is not just about keeping kids busy. It is about providing inexpensive teaching activities and fun games to keep children busy in a productive way so that moms can play an active role in developing their child's intelligence. Happy children exploring and discovering with playful activities will earn you some peace and quiet so that you can relax and mange your household to the greater benefit of the entire family. This book is about saving Mom's sanity, one project at a time. What people are saying about Katie Norris' blog Mommy with Selective Memory: "Love this blog! Helps me to be a better mommy, the kind I always wanted to be, full of life, love, and fun! Making my life count EVERY day. Thanks for your inspiring words." "LOVE this blog! Honesty, humor, uniqueness, and parenting advice all rolled into one!" "I have been so impressed with all of the ideas. This is going to be such a helpful guide for Moms." Katie Ernzen, Freelance Editor Susan Case is the author of Kindergarten: Tattle-Tales, Tools, Tactics, Triumphs and Tasty Treats for Teachers and Parents. Her popular blog is Kindergarten & Preschool for Parents & Teachers. She earned a M.S. in Family and Child Development and taught Kindergarten, Special Education and Early Childhood. What readers are saying about Susan's Kindergarten book and blog: "I have been following Kindergarten & Preschool for Parents & Teachers and am impressed with how the author shares her expertise and writes educational articles for both parents and teachers." Dan Weissbrodt, WhatToExpect.com. "Kindergarten was an excellent read with so much valuable information that I highly recommend it. Her book is filled with lessons, tips, guides and tricks for teaching and raising a kindergartener. There is a plethora of information that a caregiver and parent can also use in the years before children are enrolled in school helping them with school readiness." Miranda Sherman, Moms Bookshelf & More.