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How to create a summer holiday blog

Looking for something to keep a 5-7 year old occupied? Barry Collins guides you through creating a summer holiday blog with our step-by-step tutorial

By , 14 Aug 2009 at 17:08

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With even the Government admitting parts of the school ICT curriculum are failing to stretch pupils far enough, there's never been a greater need for parents to give their children a helping hand. That's why we've teamed up with teachers and IT education experts to create a series of fun but challenging computing tasks for school children.

Our tailor-made tutorials are designed to stretch your children's IT talents and teach them skills they won't necessarily learn at school - and maybe even teach parents a thing or two. In the first of these tutorials, we show you how to create a fun summer holiday blog for 5-7 year olds.

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Re: How to create a summer holiday blog

As we come into the holiday, I'm going to take a bit of a holiday shopping over the next week. A great way to keep your holiday shopping under control is to use cash instead of plastic, which also applies to a debit card. Although debit cards can help to minimize your spending, cash is still better. When you are using a card, you do not realize how much you are spending without a concrete and visual reminder. As you are shopping, you do not have this visual reminder of how much you are spending. If you have cash in your wallet, you have a good idea of how much you spend from the disappearing bills. In the event that you run short, online payday loans are an option, but one that should be carefully considered.

By Gwendolyn on 4 Dec 2009

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As we come into the holiday, I'm going to take a bit of a holiday shopping over the next week. A great way to keep your holiday shopping under control is to use cash instead of plastic, which also applies to a debit card. Although debit cards can help to minimize your spending, cash is still better. When you are using a card, you do not realize how much you are spending without a concrete and visual reminder. As you are shopping, you do not have this visual reminder of how much you are spending. If you have cash in your wallet, you have a good idea of how much you spend from the disappearing bills. In the event that you run short, online payday loans are an option, but one that should be carefully considered.

By Gwendolyn on 4 Dec 2009

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