Sunday, November 13, 2011

An Alphabet Trip to the Limerick Zoo Review

Review by Flydivastyles
Who doesn’t love a trip to the zoo? I know my kids love the zoo and  An Alphabet Trip to the Limerick Zoo  by Jeannette Ramirez, is  not only colorful, imaginative, fun but educational.  I'm glad to have this book for my son and daughters since they are learning the alphabet.  This is a great read-aloud lap book for parents, grandparents, and big brother or sisters.  It would be a great page turner for pre-readers or early readers. 
Each page has a delightful illustration and fun facts about an animal.  An Alphabet Trip is a great  tool for  home schooling parents.  Poetry is an important part of curriculum that can be hard to integrate into the classroom or home school room.   Ramirez makes poetry fun with her zany and colorful limericks. The illustration in this book is colorful and fun.  The ABCs have never been such a treat. The “R” is ready to be memorized with the help of catchy lines like “This omnivore eats, it’s a fact, any old thing for a snack. The nocturnal Raccoon can outsmart a baboon….”
This ebook can be enjoyed in the classroom as a teacher’s resource or parents can load it on their Kindle, Nook or iPad tablet.  What a fun way for children to learn that picture books don’t always have a cover!   Home schoolers can learn technology and poetry and reading all at the same time.
Your child will enjoy 26 full color illustrations,  read 26 charming limerick poems, and learn interesting facts about 26 animals.  Don’t wait, buy  An Alphabet Trip to the Limerick Zoo  today!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

5 Hair Care tips for your Curls!

#1 Cleanse but do not over wash your hair! (Co-wash and/or washing once a week is fine to get rid of buildup and dead hair.)

#2 Nourish hair by conditioning often. (Condition once a day by using leave-in conditioners or oils.)  

#3 Be gentle at all times -WET or DRY. (Never brush or comb dry hair. Never apply pressure or pull wet hair.)

#4 Your ends are the oldest and most delicate part of your hair protect them by adding moisture.

#5 Spray frequently with water(Think of your hair as a plant. If you don't water the plant it won't grow.)

How to Get Rid of Dandruff

Someone ask me the other day about "How to get rid of dandruff". I did some research plus add some of the item I use below.

What Causes Dandruff?

Technically, dandruff is a skin disorder characterized by excessive flaking of dead cells of the scalp. It will unfair to say that dandruff is caused by one particular reason because there are multitudinous reasons to dandruff, and one or the other could be the leading causes of dandruff. Dry skin, oily skin, excess use of styling products, poor diet, and stress, overuse of shampoos, yeasts infection and serious skin disorders etc are the Causes of Dandruff. As a result, the treatment approach may differ from person-to-person, and upon the nature of the cause. If you prefer doing away with dandruff naturally, you may want to know of ‘How to Get Rid of Dandruff Home Remedies

Remove Dandruff Naturally Tips

  • Make a mixture with 1 cup of olive oil and 4 drops of rosemary oil.  Apply this oil once in a week and do a hot towel treatment for some time. You would see better results with few months. Rub half a lemon on the scalp before shower. Do this once in a week for good results.
  • Tea tree oil possesses anti-septic property which is essential to get rid of dandruff naturally. Since, they are free of chemicals; you can add 3 drops of tea tree in your regular shampoo, and then wash hair using it.
  • Vinegar and Dandruff? That’s an odd combination, but the right solution to get rid of dandruff with vinegar. Believe me you won’t regret it. Dilute 1/4 c. vinegar in 1 qt. of water, and use this solution to rinse your hair.
  • Medicinal herbs have journeyed through the centuries to serve mankind with remedies for various illnesses. Rinse hair with an infusion of chaparral or thyme, and see the difference.
  • At the dietary level, include flaxseed oil, primrose oil or fish oil in your daily diet to replenish the nutrients deficiency and improve the health of the scalp.
  • Vitamin C and bioflavoid complex act as revitalizer for hair, skin and general well-being.
  • Deficiency of certain vitamins opens up a plethora of health problems of varied nature. Make sure that selenium, vitamin B complex, vitamin E and zinc supplements are taken regularly, but in the process, limit the intake to 100mg of zinc a day. 


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