Kids today are exposed to the internet early. This brings both benefits and dangers. Parents and educators need ways to teach children about online safety. “Tim’s Voyage through the CyberPortal: The Journey to Digital Kindness and Empathy” is a fantastic resource. It helps guide kids to become responsible digital citizens. The engaging story captures the reader’s attention, making it a must-read for today’s generation.
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Jenny and Jack’s Cyber Adventure: The Tale of Mr. Overshare is a captivating story about two siblings who learn a valuable lesson about online safety. As they explore the world of the internet, they encounter a mysterious character called Mr. Overshare. Their adventure leads to a crucial lesson about the importance of protecting personal information online. This story not only entertains but also educates children on the potential dangers they might face on the internet.
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In a world where kids are constantly exposed to the digital realm, teaching them about online safety has become more important than ever. “The Curious Case of the Chatty Bear” is a beautifully illustrated book that helps parents and educators address this crucial topic in a fun and engaging way. Through the adventures of Tommy, the protagonist, children will learn valuable lessons about protecting their personal information and staying safe on the internet.
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Introducing “The Great Spill at Computer Canyon,” a charming and educational children’s book designed to teach kids about online safety in a fun and engaging way. With the increasing online dangers and challenges kids face today, this heartwarming story serves as an essential resource for parents and educators. Purchase your copy on Amazon today and embark on this delightful journey with Alex, the curious and clever protagonist.
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In an age where the digital world is becoming an integral part of our children’s lives, teaching them about internet safety and responsible online behavior is more important than ever. That’s why we’re excited to introduce “The Quest for the Secret Garden: Lucy’s Lesson in Internet Wisdom,” a beautifully illustrated children’s book that addresses these crucial topics while taking young readers on an enchanting adventure.
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In an increasingly digital world, the importance of teaching children about online safety, digital citizenship, and empathy cannot be overstated. “Timmy and the Cyberbully: A Quest for Kindness” is a heartwarming and beautifully illustrated children’s book that not only addresses the pressing issue of cyberbullying but also serves a noble cause – helping restore a historic 200-year-old Queen Anne Victorian house that holds a special place in the community.
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As technology continues to play an increasingly significant role in our lives, it’s crucial to educate our children about online safety. However, teaching kids about the potential dangers of the internet can be challenging. That’s why books like “Sammy the Baby Shark and the Phishing Email can be an essential tool in teaching children about online safety in a fun and engaging way.
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Well summer is just around the corner. It got above 60 degrees for the first time since we bought this house. At 8,000 square feet it’s going to be impossible to air condition this place and still keep it affordable. We are going to need to do a summer test to make sure we can keep it cool.
We are learning a lot about how Victorian houses are designed. Modern houses you tell them how many bedrooms, bathrooms, etc you want, and a draftsman makes some blueprints to fit it in the rectangle space that is provided. In the Victorian age they didn’t have the technology to bend the environment to your will. So, they did a better job of making the housework to make living more comfortable.
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If you asked me that a week ago, I would have said no. After living in this house for five months, I can honestly say I’m not so sure anymore. Looking over everything that has happened here I just may believe in ghosts.
This is a 200-year-old house. We knew when we bought it that there was a chance that someone died in the long life the house has had. So far looking at the newspapers back in 1920 a Mr. Downey may have passed away here. It seems that his widow was trying to auction off everything and then sold the house. There may be more that we haven’t found yet.
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I’m new to the air brush scene, and I was so excited when the order arrived from Army Painter. Not knowing what I was doing I loaded the primer in my air gun and primed all my miniatures. The gray primer spit out of the gun (thought maybe it was the air pressure), but I was able to get them coated ok. Then I decided to give them a black undercoating. This is where my issues started and ended with the best customer support ever!
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This has been a long time coming. It’s one of those projects where you start it then life hits. The entire family uses this hallway everyday too. I had thought that we got photos before we did the trim. We didn’t even have any on the wiki. I did manage to get a few shots after we had the trim done.
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We are thrilled to announce that Brenna K has made a generous donation to help restore our historic house! Brenna learned about our cause through a post on Reddit and we couldn’t be more grateful for her support.
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When we bought this house, we knew it had a lot of history. After being a fraternity for over 100 years how could it not. A few people in town told me that 1/2 the town may have been conceived in this house. After seeing the house, the first time, we didn’t care. She is a HUGE 8,000 square foot house that had been sitting empty and at risk of getting to the point where it couldn’t be saved. Worst yet! be split up into apartments, an oversized cheap B & B by some flipper.
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