To my six-year-old son and 9-year-old daughter’s delight, I presented to them Travel Brix a few weeks ago. Note there are small pieces so these are not recommended for children ages three and under. This set great for at home and as packaged on the go. You can take these in the car, on a plane, and for any and all short or long times away from home.
Through September 8th you’ll get double cash back (in the form of SB points) or more when you shop for Back to School essentials at your favorite retailers through Swagbucks. They also have offers where you can earn SB points towards free gift cards for trying school-related products and services. Then you can take all the SB points you earn and use them to get gift cards and PayPal cash!
Click here to see all of the deals they’re running, and if you sign up through me during this sale you’ll get $10 for making your first purchase! That’s in addition to the normal SB you get for your purchases.
Swagbucks is hosting another round of Shopping Swago! What is SWAGO you ask? It’s a bingo-inspired promotion run by Swagbucks, a website that rewards you with points (called SB) for completing everyday online activities. You can redeem those SB for free gift cards. If you’ve never used Swagbucks, participating in SWAGO is a great introduction to the site and an easy way to earn a good amount of points quickly.
Here’s what you need to know to get your 200 SB Bonus (and don’t worry, you don’t have to make a purchase to complete a pattern):
- Shop Swago will begin on Monday, August 7th at 9am PT/12pm ET, make sure you hit “Join” otherwise you won’t get credit for completing the action items. Each square on your Swago Board will contain an action item to complete.
- Once you complete the action item in a particular square the square will change color signifying the action item is complete.
- You have a limited amount of time to mark off as many squares as possible so use your time wisely.
- Be mindful of the patterns and their corresponding bonuses located on the right of your Swago Board. The patterns will vary in difficulty and bonus value.
- Once you’ve achieved a pattern the corresponding “Submit” button will light up. You can have multiple patterns available for submission, however, you can only submit ONE pattern so choose wisely.
- The game ends Thursday, August 10th at 12pm PDT/3pm EDT. So make sure to hit “Submit” on the pattern you wish to submit. If you don’t hit “Submit” before the game ends you won’t receive your SB bonus.
These rulers feature centimeters and inch scales. They are made out of hardwood. These are light weight and precise in measurement.
The thickness is good and I don’t have to worry about the print fading. I like wood over plastic as they’ll hold up better.
Though a number of these are being dedicated to our schooling supplies, I’m also going to be keeping a few in my craft and tool stash.
A set of 12 is currently $7.99 on Amazon as of this posting.
It may almost be the end of Summer, but you can still earn big bonuses at Swagbucks, a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you’re probably doing online already, like searching, watching videos, discovering deals, and taking surveys. Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, or PayPal cash.
When you sign up through me this month, you can earn a $3 bonus! Here’s how:
2. Earn 300 SB total before 9/1/17. You’ll get a $3 (300 SB) bonus for it!
3. That’s it. It’s super easy, and Swagbucks is for real. I use it myself, and I’ve earned enough for upgrading my wardrobe in 2017. I earned nearly 200.00 worth of Swagbucks to purchase gift cards to use on Amazon, eBay, and American Eagle. Right now I am saving up for a Kitchenaid Mixer (I’m almost half way there) and a brand new food processor. It’s so easy to earn so I encourage everyone to get going today.
The Beginner’s Bible Daniel And The Hungry Lions is taken from the Beginner’s Bible series. It spotlights this well-known Old Testament story in an easy to understand way. Children age two through five years old are the hopeful audience and I feel it hits that mark.
The book is twenty-four-pages long and the sizing is 8×8. It’s a nice size for bringing along and taking up residence on a child’s bookshelf. It has a cut-out design that’s appealing and the board book format is especially nice for the toddler/preschool age range.