The First Infographic Made By Kids - a post about how awesome is!

In our house, we are HUGE about education. I know almost everyone will say that. And it's probably true with almost every family. But, it's literally a huge part of our lives. Not only do I have two kids in school, my husband also works at an Elementary School as the school counselor. He is just finishing up his second Master's Degree (actually in the education world, it's know as an Ed Specialist Degree since he already has his Masters). In about two weeks, he'll have his Administrative Degree and we're hoping that next school year he'll be a principal! So, education is not only important to our family because we care about our children, but it is also what pays our mortgage every month!

This week is National Library Week! has put together the FIRST EVER info-graphic made by kids! Look how fun it is? 

Since it's National Library Week, it was interesting to me to see the information about favorite books. My daughter is a huge Junie B. Jones fan. My son has been in kind of a reading slump lately. I asked yesterday on my Facebook page about good books for boys, and nearly everyone answered with Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I love reading with my kids and watching them learn to read. As a parent that has absolutely been my favorite part of having them in school!

I love to see that kids wish they could learn more about ART! I couldn't agree more, and that's why I try to do crafts and activities with my own kids! It's fun to see some of the other topics. Dinosaurs? I was completely obsessed when I was a little girl.

Oh..and I love the save icon question. Too funny! I still remember using those in high school.

One of the things I've learned since having kids in school is how important it is to stay up to date about what's going on in the education world. It's definitely harder than I thought to do that.  I do help in their classes every week and talk quite regularly with each of their teachers. But, my view from the outside in is still quite limited. completely eliminates that problem! There is so much information available on that website that everyone from the parent, to the teacher (especially teachers!), to the home schooler, to people like me who love to just supplement a little at home!

Well, since we are so education oriented, I was excited to get  the opportunity to talk about! It is such a fun website! There are lesson plans (for teacher, by teachers). There is news about education and education technology - as a parent I love this! There are articles you can read to help your child be better in school. Plus, it's free to join! You can subscribe to the latest updates from their Facebook or through Twitter. (p.s. They even have a Pinterest!)

I was selected for this opportunity by Clever Girls Collective, and content and opinions expressed here are all my own. To learn more about the, visit their website. #CleverTeachers #NLW13