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A Beka Books (Go to A Beka Books.com)
A Beka Book is an excellent resource for education from a Christian perspective. Many great areas are covered (bible, reading, math, etc...), as well as research and development. We highly recommend the A Beka Book curriculum.

Parents Magazine (Go to Parents.com)
Parents magazine is a great source for coupons, learning, and excellent articles on everything from childcare, to nutrition, to parenting. We recommend this magazine.
New Orleans Kids.com (Go to NewOrleansKids.com)
A great website showcasing the many family attractions and activities in the exciting city of New Orleans! Bring the entire family on your next visit because New Orleans is a great place to visit for kids of any age!

Keep Kids Healthy.com (Go to KeepKidsHealth.com)
Your child's nutrition is important to her overall health. Proper nutrition can also prevent many medical problems, including becoming overweight, developing weak bones, and developing diabetes. Go to Keep Kids Healthy for great information on nutrition and keeping your child fit.

St. Tammany Parish Library (Go to website)
Of course, we all know the importance of reading. Visit the St. Tammany Parish Library website for all the classic favorites, as well as new releases. We can't stress enough the importance of teaching your child early in life to enjoy reading. The library in St. Tammany Parish is a great start.
 
 
 
 
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