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Phyllis Sather - Unashamedly Promoting Net Nanny Tags: children Christian decisions Homeschool internet safety Parenting safety

We have used Net Nanny for years - even before it was known as Net Nanny and was Conflict Watch.

Be sure to read to the end for a great resource:

The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet

We have used Net Nanny for years - even before it was known as Net Nanny and was Conflict Watch. I've had several opportunities to contact them and always found their tech support to be adequate, but just recently I found myself in a position where I "really, really" needed their help. I was weary and frustrated and had tried everything I knew to avoid having to call them.

I got out the phone number and steadied myself for the “wait” on the phone. There was only a small phone tree, which was easy to interpret, and I quickly got into line to wait my turn. In just a couple of minutes, the cheerful voice of a real person asked how she could help me.

She seemed knowledgeable and quickly got to the source of my problem, walked me through the parts I didn’t understand, but it didn’t fix my problem. She said she would e-mail me some instructions so I could send her information on my computer and hung up. Right! I’ve seen these instructions before. You have to be a graduate of MIT to get past the first step.

But no, her e-mail was concise and just a couple of short steps later I had sent her the information. Within an hour she called me back and we took another look at my problem. It was still a mystery why things were not working, but she suggested several options, and was very patient with me as I tried to keep up with her instructions.

Long story short, she was able to resolve my issues—not real quick, but she didn’t give up and worked with me at a level and pace that I could understand and implement.

Why can’t all tech help be so… ah, helpful?

Got a computer story to tell? Good tech help? Bad tech help? — put it in the comments.

From a reader:

You mentioned Net Nanny and I wanted to share my gratitude concerning your work on promoting online child safety.

I want to suggest you share an important guide which came out last week. I found it was very thorough on child safety online:

The Ultimate Parent Guide for Protecting Your Child on the Internet

They summarized each section with actionable items for the parent/teacher which is very helpful.

Thank you, Madeline, for sharing this valuable information with us.

Finding Joy in the Journey,

Phyllis

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St. Patrick's Day Coloring Pages and Riddles Tags: March shamrock clover jokes coloring book Irish

"What do you get when you cross poison ivy with clover? A rash of good luck!"

Kid's LOVE riddles and that's why I've created St Patrick's Day Riddle Coloring Pages!

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This title offers 8 coloring pages, each with a cute St. Patrick's Day themed riddle.

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Math Skill Review Worksheets for 2nd and 3rd grades - St. Patrick's Day Theme Tags: addition substraction division multiplication St. Patrick's Day March

Is it important to review Math Skills throughout the year? Yes! When we learn new information, we remember it best immediately after we've learned it. It is easy to forget skills, even just a few days or weeks after we've learned them. That is why it is important that we make time to have students review previously learned skills. There are a lot of Math skills being taught in the 2nd and 3rd grades and these skills need to be repeatedly reinforced throughout the year.

For teachers looking to add some holiday flair to the review of Math skills in the month of March, I've created March Math Skills Review for 2nd & 3rd Grades with a St. Patrick's Day theme!

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This resource includes 77 student pages and covers the following skills:

  • 2 digit addition (worksheets for 'no carry' and 'carry')
  • 2 digit addition word problems
  • 2 digit subtraction (worksheets for 'no borrow' and 'borrowing')
  • Mixed addition/subtraction word problems (some worksheets designed in 'test prep' format)
  • Find the missing addend and subtrahend worksheets
  • 3 digit addition (worksheets for 'no carry' and 'carry')
  • Even/Odd identification
  • Roman numerals (I, V, X, L) - identification, conversion, addition
  • Critical Thinking skill worksheets
  • Order of Operations
  • Place Value: Building 3 and 4 digit numbers / Expanding numbers
  • Skip Counting by 50, 100, 250
  • Rounding to the nearest 10 and nearest 100
  • Telling time: nearest hour, half hour, 5 minutes and minutes
  • Counting coins
  • Fractions: identifying, comparing and naming
  • Equivalent Fractions
  • Multiplication: Writing equations
  • Multiplication: 1-12 Multiplication word problems
  • Division word problems
  • Measurement: Reading a ruler
  • Geometry: Shape identification (cone, cube, pyramid, sphere, pentagon, rectangular prism
  • Geometry: Vertices, faces, sides, edges
  • Geometry: Finding the perimeter

This is a NO PREP resource with means you do not need to laminate, prep or use any color ink. These are simply PRINT & GO pages.

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