Our First Day of School

Today was our first day of school.  No need for a strict schedule or any fancy shmancy kurickilim kurklikulum cirikulum books and stuff when you’ve got Noggin!  Like they say, “It’s like preschool on TV.”  If you hear it on TV, it’s gotta be true!   We saved so much money.  No cubbies for the kids filled with supplies and future supplies.  We only needed one resource:

The Happy Housewife only had enough material to last the morning.  Her kids played outside in the afternoon.  Not our kids.  They continued to learn morning, noon and night.  Noggin provides 24 hours of endless teaching for pennies a day.  As if that’s not good enough our 6-year-old learned the color blue today thanks to seven hours of Blues Clues!!!

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4 Responses to Our First Day of School

  1. Kate says:

    What about while they are sleeping? I feel so bad for my kids who miss out on that education they should be getting 24 hours a day. But for some reason, they believe that they NEED to sleep instead of benefit from Noggin at 2 am. I could really use some advice on this!

  2. thehappierhousewife says:

    Kate,

    We love our children so much we’ve gone the extra mile to ensure they are afforded the finest education cable television can provide:

    – 60″ Flat screens in each bedroom
    – 24/7 coverage
    – Caffeine…and lots of it (try Jolt Popsicles for a tasty bedtime snack)

    If you still feel your children are sleeping too much a little “Nightmare on Elm Street” mixed in once in a while will keep them up for days!

    If you need more fake advice just drop us a line or visit our good friends at http://www.thehappyhousewife.com for information you can actually use.

  3. Barbara C. says:

    And don’t forget they need to be playing more video games like v-smile or whatever it’s called. Whatever you do, do not let them to look in those book things. That would only take away from their Noggin time, and then you might actually have to interact with them.

  4. thehappierhousewife says:

    Excellent points, Barbara C.!! Love your thinking. It adds a dimension of diversity we never thought of.

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