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In celebration of National Donut Day

Here at Columbus Moms Blog, we like to put in the hard work, so you don’t have to.  And when I heard National Doughnut Day was soon approaching (traditionally celebrated the first Friday of June*), I took one for the team and set out on a mission to find the best doughnut in town. I […]

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Road Trips: “Free” Science Museums

Are you looking for new places to visit that won’t break the bank? Do you have a COSI membership? (If not, get one! Seriously.) With our family membership, we have managed to visit several science museums this past year for FREE. When taking a road trip, I always look up the reciprocal museums in that […]

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The Imagination Library

How would you like to have a free book arrive in your mailbox every month? Sounds too good to be true, right?! It’s not. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library provides a free book a month to over 1 million children across the world. Founded by Dolly Parton in honor of her father, Imagination Library seeks to […]

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Back to School Signs

Free back to school first (and last) day printables

Didn’t have time to hand-letter a custom chalk board with all your little one’s hopes and dreams as she begins a new school year? You’re not alone (but huge kudos to you if you did – we’d love to see it and marvel!). If you want to join in the annual social media tradition of […]

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Summer Reading Programs

Summer Reading Resources

For many Central Ohio school districts, summer is here.  Kids (and teachers!) are in summer mode and time spent on learning seems to be taking a back seat to sports (at least in our house).  This summer, however, I plan on keeping my kids’ skills strong by planning ahead and using lots of community resources.   This […]

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Report Card Freebies

It’s hard to believe, but many schools are nearing the end of the first quarter. As an educator, I know how important it is for my daughter to take ownership over her grades, so I’m excited to ooze pride as she shows me her first report card of the year.  As a frugal mama, I’m […]

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