This past weekend my geeky son and I visited the AT&T Shape event. If you have never been, I totally recommend that you check the website for updates on next year's event, because if you love technology and video games, you have to attend the next one.
Here are 5 reasons why you should attend next year
This is a sponsored post written for Legends of Learning. All opinions, grammatical errors, and typos are my own.
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After a long year of school, my son is ready for his summer break. We have a very extensive curriculum for his homeschool and his summer break is not traditional. He might have to still take some online classes, but he will have time to relax and for sure we need to prepare for the fall when we start the full curriculum again. We start preparing for our summer break with enough time in advance so we know we will accomplish everything we want.
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As parents of a home-schooled teen that is taking college classes we are always looking for the best way to help our son to keep up with his classes and be connected at all times. Back in my time I did research at the library. Now days my teen does research in his laptop. So having a laptop with new features is very important.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post however, all opinions, typos and grammatical errors are my own.
Westfield Topanga will host the exhibit November 3 - December 31st
Bucket list for sure. Travel to Italy and visit all the museums and learn about art. Until then I am just super happy that I was able to experience the Up Close: Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel at Westfield Topanga Mall. Here, at the exhibit, you are able to enjoy one of the world’s most amazing artistic Italian Renaissance masterpieces: Michelangelo’s ceiling frescoes that decorate the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican in Rome.