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Sometimes it is absolutely luxurious and amazing for our kids to have all the time in the world to read and explore new characters, new ideas and new worlds. Or by contrast, it's absolutely irritating because if they've read all of their recommended titles, and aren't sure what to read next, they can pick really dumb books from the library, or accidentally get books that don't reflect their values. That's not so amazing.
I want my kids to read excellent literature that is fun, clean, teaches them about life, and that captures their imagination. And this year, I found the perfect solution that will do all these things, AND help you build a wonderful family library.
In my post about our little robotics team, and our experience with VEX robotics, I promised that I would give a review of FIRST robotics. Well, the dust has settled and the verdict is in: WE LOVED IT! You will love it too, and that it why I'm sharing it with you today.
What is FIRST robotics? It is one of two major robotics programs for school aged children (VEX is the other brand). FIRST has something for every child, from kindergartners to high school seniors. You can go to firstinspires.org for more information, but I'll give you the basics below. (Bear with me-- there's a lot to go over, but I'll try to keep it succinct.)
The bottom line is: We love FIRST, and will never switch back to VEX (sorry/not sorry!)
Hi, I'm Jen! I adore chocolate, I'd rather read than clean my house, and I haven't seen my abs in I-don't-know-how-long. But I love my husband and kids to death and try to Raise The Good within myself and my family by making wise and uplifting media choices and having a deliberate family culture. You are probably doing the same thing. Let's share what works with each other!
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