Meet Sarah

A central TX Mompreneur trying to hold it all together, make a difference and have some fun! Play 2 Learn with Sarah is a family resources blog so take some time to look around...you just might find something you like!

Orange Smoothie Recipe {+ Giveaway}

Orange Smoothie Recipe | Play 2 Learn with Sarah

Smoothies are packed with so many awesome vitamins and minerals that they should really be a staple in everyone’s diet daily. BUT…getting my kids to drink a smoothie is like asking them to drink gasoline – not gonna happen. I’ve decided that maybe I’m trying to stuff too many of those vitamins and minerals into… 

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My Franklin Planner – My Life Organizer

Organize Your Life - Getting Started with a Planner | Play 2 Learn with Sarah

There’s a LOT going on in my life. And you’d think that since the kids are in school now that I’d have a LOT more time to myself…but that just isn’t happening. I’m using all the time to get all the stuff done that’s been piling up over the last 7 years…and it’s exhausting. I… 

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Just Between Friends N Austin Consignment Sale – Sept. 18 – 20

Fall 14 Get in Free coupon JBF N Austin

Don’t miss the upcoming Just Between Friend’s – Children’s and Maternity Consignment Sales Event that is being held at the Pflugerville Lion’s Club next week!  This shopping event only happens twice a year so be prepared to stock up on everything you need for your growing family. At this event, shoppers get to shop thousands… 

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Fry List Flashcards

Free Printable: Fry List Flashcards #1-100 | Play 2 Learn with Sarah

Last year when Connor was in Kindergarten, they incorporated a program into the day where the kids had to review the Fry List of words each day. (Fry’s word lists are the most commonly used words in the English language. So theoretically, if they can read these words, they can read most anything.) Connor just… 

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Review: Case Logic Tablet Case {+Giveaway}

Protect Your Tablet with the Case Logic Tablet Case | Play 2 Learn with Sarah

Last week Connor started school at a local charter school. These schools are smaller and have more control over their day to day lives than large districts, but they give up some of the funding for this privilege. Because of this, the kids in grades 5-12 are allowed to bring iPads/tablets/devices to school to help… 

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