Every Friday is Mega Swag Bucks Day (MSBD), which means better odds of winning BIG Swag Bucks denominations! Simply search naturally, and with a little luck, you’ll be winning large bills starting at 20 Swag Bucks and up!
Check out the Swidget!
You’ll find this under “Promote” and Widget, if you want to add it to your Facebook profile, blog, website, etc. Click on the “SC” button to see if there’s a Swagbucks Code at any time. The Swidget can be used to search & earn Swagbucks, trade those swagbucks for prizes, view the latest Swagbucks Blog entry, view Swagbucks codes when they are available and to refer others to signup if they haven’t done so already.
Ways to Earn Extra SwagBucks
TAKE THE DAILY POLL. Under “Ways to Earn” select Daily Polls. Answer a simple question for 1 swagbuck every day.
FOLLOW SWAGBUCKS. Follow SwagBucks on Twitter, Facebook and their Blog. They’ll often mention when they’ve hidden a code somewhere for Free SwagBucks. And don’t forget to check out Twitter Trivia on Thursdays!
USE SWAGBUCKS FOR EVERYDAY SEARCHING. Whether it’s through the Search toolbar plugin, by the swidget or by visiting www.Swagbucks.com, Make sure you do your online searches with them. Fridays are “Mega SwagBucks Days” and your chances of winning higher amounts are increased.
REFER A FRIEND. Whenever you refer a friend to Swagbucks, you earn Swagbucks while they earn, up to their first 100 Swagbucks! So, if you refer 5 friends and they keep on using Swagbucks until they get up to having earn 100 Swagbucks each, you’ll get 500 Swagbucks!
Blogs are used by many folks these days. From personal family blogs, coupon blogs, mommy blogs to the business blogs to showcase products or services. Blogging can be a hobby, an extra income source or even a career. It’s sometimes hard to keep everything organized and running smoothly having to keep up with affiliates & sponsors, ad space, scheduling upcoming posts, reviews + giveaways.
I have searched far + wide to find free printables that were suitable for myself to use. I would love to create my own in the future, but until then…here are my favorite free printables to create your very own blog planner. The only other thing that I have added to the following was a general year at a glance holiday page so I could decide what type of Blogging Events I have wanted to join in on and a yearly analytics sheets so I can keep track of the social media + blog stats for quick findings.
Blog Planner from Confessions of a Homeschooler
This is my first go to in regards to a planner. I actually even use the lesson planner for our homeschool as well. This blog planner has almost everything I needed.
- Monthly calendar (each day contains space to write your post title + box to check off once you share to social media)
- For each month, there is also an “extra info” page for you to keep track of monthly statistics and space for ideas + inspiration.
- Blog Advertising pages to keep track of sponsors, payment, links + other contact information.
- Giveaway + Review pages to keep track of the vendors, contact information, product costs + social media links.
- And last but not least, there are pages for brainstorming ideas. Bloggers can never have enough of these!
Playdate Crashers Product Review Worksheet
This is a one page (only one I have seen to date) product review worksheet. You can print off as many as you need. Simply fill in the information about the product, due date + sponsor details as your reviewing the product so you don’t forget about those likes + dislikes before you have the chance to sit down to write about it.
Please leave a comment to let us know of any free blog printables that you have seen. If you could request printables to be made for a planner, what would you like to see?
This year Elijah has been doing better with sitting still and actually using worksheets and book work. Last year was mostly learning through daily life, educational games on the computer and documentaries (he’s beyond obsessed with them). Nevaeh is still not of age for school, however she has been going through a lot of the same routine that her older brother has this year. She seems eager to learn just because she sees her brother doing it. Big smiley in my book.
This year, Elijah has been going through “Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons” as well as using flash cards for phonics and sight words. Our flash cards came from Starskills. I will be posting a review of the Starskills Early Learning Program that is 40 weeks long, broken down into four (4) ten week sections. We have began this program over the last few weeks and I do highly recommend it so far. We also use Starskills for printable alphabet + numbers, counting worksheets and more. You can keep up to date with new Starskills programs on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/starskills.
We use a set of Weekly Reader “Just Ask” books for reading/comprehension. Angel Bear Yoga (physical fitness, building positive character traits, building communication + more). And we just began using ABC Bible Verses that we found through pinterest that we printed out and fit inside of baseball card holders for a weekly bible verse (devotional + memorization).
Other than that, we fit in math, arts and crafts, life skills, etc into our everday living. Measuring in the kitchen, making our own laundry + cleaning supplies, folding + putting away their own clothes, choosing the cheapest of a certain item in the store, saving + spending their own money, etc. The list goes on in our homeschool.
PS: If you don’t remember my post at the beginning of this school year (here), I use free printables from Five J’s to create my homeschool binder (yearly attendance chart, weekly assignment sheets). I also use DonnaYoung.org for printables for our reading list and a google doc file with an ongoing list of documentaries that we have watched.