Mom’s Library #101

We have been doing this for a long time now!  The best part is seeing all the new inspiration each week and making new friends.  If you aren’t following a blogger yet, I suggest you do it right now!  It’s like reality TV without the drama, usually.  Plus, you get access to resources that enrich your life and help you become a better parent.  There are several great choices right here at Mom’s Library.

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If you’ve ever wanted to teach your children how to play chess, this is the giveaway for you!  Yamie chess helps children connect with the game through a fun story and turns the pieces into characters in the story.  So fun!

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Comments

  1. Lisa Williams says

    I love how Yami chess makes it easy and fun for kids to learn to play chess by making a story out of it with the pieces,very clever!

  2. cindyzs (freespiritczs & cindy zemble stewart) says

    that it is taught like a story…my g-son wanted to learn, but he got bored with the explanations!

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