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5 Things I Like About the Book: CONSENT FOR KIDS! BOUNDARIES, RESPECT & BEING IN CHARGE OF YOU by Rachel Brian

I recently started a video series called, "C.N. Smith's Top Book Recommendations". In episode #3, I share 5 things I like about the new book by Rachel Brian called, "Consent for Kids! Boundaries, Respect and Being in Charge of You". The video is set to premiere on November 24, 2020 at 8am PST. Needless to… Continue reading 5 Things I Like About the Book: CONSENT FOR KIDS! BOUNDARIES, RESPECT & BEING IN CHARGE OF YOU by Rachel Brian

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Don’t Let Stress Take You and Your Children Out! Just Get This Book.

For those that have been following my work for awhile know that I am always "beating the drum" of emotional intelligence. Why? Because the emotional guidance system is there for a reason. If we know how we are feeling, then surely we must know how we are thinking. Thoughts that we think over and over again, become beliefs. Beliefs are then the basis for how we behave in life.

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Searching for a fun solution to fill the gap of those English Language Arts Lessons while schools are closed? Try this…

I'm glad to hear that many have been enjoying the Stortytime videos on AUTHORized. In order to get more out of each episode, I have created complementary worksheets related to the book featured in the episode.

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Are You a Homeschooling Parent? Then Keep Reading…

As a homeschooling parent of 15 years and counting, I understand the importance of finding creative ways to make learning fun, while also ensuring your child is meeting or exceeding important educational milestones.

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Can Being Observant Also be Described as Possessing a Superpower? You Decide…

In the second installment of, "It's Storytime! On AUTHORized", I bring you one of my favorite African folktales, Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock, retold by Eric A. Kimmel and Illustrated by Janet Stevens. The Anansi tales are believed to have originated in Ghana with the Ashanti people. In the Akan language, "Anansi", means "spider".… Continue reading Can Being Observant Also be Described as Possessing a Superpower? You Decide…