Summer Chicken recipe

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Summer chickenBaked chicken breasts rolled with ham and mozzarella topped with tomato sauce and cheddar cheese. A dish the whole family will love!

Since making chicken can sometimes get boring, here is a simple recipe, perfect for your summer family gatherings. It can feed perfect  a large crowd, or  a hungry family. These are very filling; I served this with a big salad. Also, these re-heated beautifully the next day, and we were happy to enjoy them again for leftovers. I hope you like it!

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Fun learning ideas for June

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Can you believe it? June? Time flew away, welcome to our fifth edition of fun learning ideas for your family. We hope you and your kids had an awesome time in May! We wish you a great learning time in June.

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Matching objects for toddlers

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Toddlers are capable of doing lots of things, usually at this stage they tend to show more interest in all the things you use the most and they try to do most of the things by themselves. Just remember that your two or three-year-old is still a baby and still needs supervision and your time.

Before starting to do, any educational activity with your toddler, remember these basic characteristics of this age group:

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Happy Mother’s day!

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I am very lucky to celebrate with family and friends two times a month mother’s day. Today celebrated here in the United States, but in my country is the last Sunday of May.

Since I started Educcorner, I’ve seen many exemplary mothers doing the best in its possibilities. I love seeing the comments, and tags to others moms, like: “let’s try this..” ” Look at this for our kids, so cool,” Many of you are from different countries, but that mother love, breaks any barrier and distance, it is sacrificial and unique.

I dedicate this text from one of my favorite Children author Nancy Tillman:

“Wherever you are my love will find you

to all of you, with love!

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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a bestselling children’s book written by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault, illustrated by Lois Ehlert. It became a classic as soon as it was published in the category of picture books between the ages of 2-6.

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Celebrate Earth day with food!

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Most of the people consume when they’re feeling under the weather. I hate it when I’m sick because I can’t enjoy the delicious and tasty flavors of the ingredients. This recipe is one of  the many soups that I love. I chose this recipe it’s easy to do, and the ingredients are all veggies. (except for noodles) (more…)

Non- fiction books

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Continuing with our books series, let’s talk about Non-fiction and reference books.
What is a Non-fiction & reference book? Nonfiction or non-fiction (either way is correct) is the classification for any informative work (often, a story) whose creator, in good faith, assumes responsibility for the truth or accuracy of the events, people, and/or information presented. As you see by the definition, parents and teachers get very excited when kids show interest in Non-fiction books. Why? Because they’re showing interest in understanding how things work, what they mean and, in general, satisfying their questions.

Selecting Non-fiction and reference books is like trying to find a limit in the Universe, the available options are immense. Here is a list of what book specialists consider is part of this classification:

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