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Superbook DVD Club – Superbook DVD Club – Give Superbook® “Noah and the Ark”—a favorite Bible story brought to life through incredible animation. It’s sure to become a family favorite! Superbook transports your kids back in time to meet Noah as he follows God’s instructions to build a huge boat on dry land—with no rain in sight! See Noah’s faith in action and the mighty miracles that follow: for Noah, his family, and the earth’s animals. CBN's new Superbook is an Emmy-nominated, state-of-the-art animation series kids love.
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Pop-up Flower Garden Card Craft - Enchanted Learning Software | Kids Educational Computer Games & Activities is the leader in free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web. All children's educational computer activities were created or approved by certified school teachers. All educational games are free and are modeled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way for children to learn. Grade level lessons incorporate areas such as math and language arts while introducing basic computer skills. Many of the kindergarten and first grade activities are equipped with sound to enhance understanding. | Kids Educational Computer Games & Activities

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Social skills activities for children and teenagers

Social skills activities for children and teenagers
Kids' Breakfast Recipes
Because I’m not my son’s personal short-order cook, I love to use dinner leftovers in our bento lunches to minimize prep time. But eating the exact same thing for multiple meals can get boring pretty quickly, so finding new ways to quickly transform leftovers into different dishes is always welcome. Today I’ve got a simple Leftover Remake recipe for pan-fried risotto cakes. With these lunches, I took cold zucchini risotto left over from dinner the night before, and made it into little pan-fried risotto cakes that my five-year-old ate as finger food. They’re reminiscent of Sicilian arancini (deep-fried rice balls stuffed with cheese, meat, or vegetables), but I improvised as I didn’t have a good melting cheese on hand. Contents of kindergartener bento lunch: Pan-fried zucchini (courgette) risotto cakes (recipe below), teriyaki & pineapple chicken meatballs (my favorite, Aidells brand), red grapes, and steamed broccoli with onion-based salad dressing. Lunch in a Box: Building a Better Bento

Lunch in a Box: Building a Better Bento