Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Super excited to kick the year off with a giveaway on LB,BO. When I saw that Shell, from Things I Can’t Say, was looking for bloggers to test out and giveaway board games from Courage to Change, games designed for kids with special needs, I knew that it was an opportunity I should jump on. All the games that I was able to chose from were tempting….but I focused on one that I thought would help and be fun for my special little man.
One of the things that we (Aiden’s Preschool teachers and I) are working on with him is routine and rules. We are planning on putting him in all day kindergarten next year, knowing that it could be tough, to get him use to those routines and rules that go along with being in school ALL day. So that when he gets to first grade, he has them down pat and can focus on the learning. So….when I saw “The Classroom Behavior Game”, I knew that would be a great one to work on these skills with him to prepare him for next year. I also thought that it would be a fun game to take into the school so that his classmates could enjoy it and learn some of the rules as well.
After watching the video about the game and who it caters to, I knew that it would be a fantastic game for Aiden. And for Jakob! It will be a fun way for Jakob to teach Aiden how to behave in school, and maybe remind Jakob too!! :)
I am REALLY looking forward to getting the game – my stalking the tracking number says it will be here in three days. You could have a chance to win one too! a Rafflecopter giveaway
Be sure to check back here next week for a review of the game itself, after the boys and I get to play it a few times and take it into Aiden’s class for his friends to give it a whirl.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
With the start of a brand new year, I think about all the things that I didn’t quite accomplish in the past year and if they are something that I really wanted to do…or what was stopping me.
Ask anyone who knows me well will tell you I am the queen of procrastination – will find any reason to stand in my own way.
I have goals for this year, attainable ones. We will get into this later as I start to plan them out a little further.
The problem with starting this new year and thinking about all the great possibilities that come with it is that I am starting it without my partner, my best friend. Having Jason on the other side of the world for the first half of this year makes it difficult. Will it really start, do I want to accomplish all these goals without him? I know he would tell me to get it done, get going, make things happen.
So, with those thoughts floating around my head and heart, I wish you all a very Happy New Year and hope that all your dreams come true this year….I plan on making mine!