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June 2024 Full Size Box


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DANNY DOGTAGS: DEALING WITH DEPLOYMENT BY LINDSEY & VINCENT JACKSON: Danny isn't happy that his dad, a major in the US Army, has to leave for a deployment. Not long after hearing the sad news, he meets and befriends a player from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and realizes he isn't alone. AMERICAN FLAG LOLLIPOPS BY ORIENTAL TRADING: Looking for some sweet treats for your next patriotic celebration? Each red, white or blue sucker is individually wrapped with American flag printed cellophane wrappers. Blue raspberry flavor. LAMINATED COUNTING DOWN THE DAYS CALENDAR BY LILLEXILU ON ETSY WITH DRY ERASE MARKER ($5) I love these laminated countdowns because you can use them in multiple ways. Use a dry erase marker or the enclosed star stickers to count up or count down each month while waiting for your hero to come home. SCRATCH ART PAPER RAINBOW NOTEBOOK SET BY KITOYZ PLUS MINI NOTES: Rainbow Scratch Art notebooks, styluses and stencils. Rainbow Scratch Paper is great for kids to create different artistic illustrations, notes, cards, sketches and doodles, unleashing kid's creativity. Mini Rainbow scratch notes are a fun way to doodle, leave notes, write lists and exercise their imaginations. (PARENT TOOL) 10 BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL CHALK STICKS (1X4) BY SIDEWALK CHALK: 10 different colors which you can use to enhance your child’s visual perception, cognitive skills, creativity and imagination. These rich and vibrant colors help them to create outdoor arts on the sidewalks and play sidewalk games like Hopscotch, Tic-Tac-Toe and Four Square. WASHABLE AND NON-TOXIC. Once the activities are finished, you can easily wipe them off with a damp cloth or wash them away with a quick spray of water. Also, the colors are easy to remove from the clothes and 100% kids safe. ONLINE TRAINING: Chalk Conversations with Kids This month, isn't so much a training as it is a fun reminder for all parents; including me. I thought it would be fun to guide you all through leaving positive, kind uplifting messages to your kids, via sidewalk chalk. Sometimes without even noticing, my kids do this for me, so why not return the favor. Are they tackling a hard day, trying to overcome a sports injury or tough game, or are you just wanting to let them know you are thinking about them? It can be something that is waiting for them when they come home from their summer activities/daycare or a positive message to start their day. Why not also do this together and just color pictures. You can also bring this out i nto your community to spread kindness and write positive messages for those around you.

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