I will be out of town when this goes live. I figured it would be a great time to send you to some of my favorite blogs and show them some love. I love all of the blogs I follow, but these blogs in particular have helped me grow immensely in one form or another the last couple of months. Please take a minute and visit them and say hi (and if you would like, tell them I sent you).
As a teacher I have seen several students with signs of dyslexia. As the school year begins, it is a good time to be aware of some of the signs which include (but are not limited to):
-The student may test well orally, but not in writing
-Does not like to read
-Becomes frustrated when reading
-Tries to hide or cover up weaknesses
Parents should always discuss concerns with their child’s school.
*This post was written by me on behalf of PayPerPost. All opinions are mine.
I recently joined Superpoints and I really like it so far. It is an invite only site. I will post invites on my Facebook page as they become available. Current invite codes are at the end of this post (first come, first serve).
Superpoints is part of a network of sites (including RewardLadder.com, LuckySearch.com, and RewardShopping.com).
Superpoints allows you to save up for rewards such as gift cards (Amazon, Target, Walmart, and much more) and electronics.They have PayPal cash available too.
You can collect points by watching videos, completing offers, referrals, and clicking the SuperLucky Button. The SuperLucky Button allows you 30-50 clicks a day depending on your level. I also get an occasional email with some extra points.
Try it out; it is a great way to earn free stuff. It is another great way to save up for Christmas shopping. Here are the current invites I have available:
My son works so hard in school. Even after running cross country five days a week (two and a half hour practices), he completes all of his homework and gets straight A’s (in advanced classes). I am so proud of him. He is a diligent worker. I would love for him to attend a good college. Affording to send him will be difficult. Winning a scholarship would go a long way.
Even if my dream for my son is not a winner, I am grateful to UPromise for such a wonderful opportunity. You can enter this contest at www.upromisetodream.com. What a great way to support a child’s dream (whether it is your own child, grandchild, or a friend’s child). The grand prize winner will receive $10,000 and 10 additional winners will receive $1,000 each.
Dare to dream and you just may be a winner! Please be sure to read the dream wall official rules. Best of luck!