Amazon Baby Registry

Back by popular demand! Starting March 21st, Prime members who create a Baby Registry can receive a free gift bundle from MAM.

For a limited time, Prime Baby Registrants can receive a free gift bundle (a $15 value) from MAM just for creating an Amazon Baby Registry! Qualifying is easy, if you haven't already joined Prime, sign up for your free Prime trial. Then, simply create an Amazon Baby Registry once the promotion starts (Monday, March 21st). The first 6,000 Prime members who create their Amazon baby registry starting that day will instantly qualify. After registry creation, add the free gift to your cart and enter promo MAMGIFTS at checkout. Act fast as supplies are limited. 
Amazon Baby Registry


FREE Pair of Compression Socks

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FREE Pair of Compression Socks

samplepair of our Medex ADR Circulator Moderate Socks (15-20mmHg). Supplies are limited. First come, first served. Colors will be chosen at random. If or when we run out of sample packs, we will replenish the supply as soon as possible and continue with the promotion.

FREE Hot Wheels Speedometry Classroom Kit

The Results Are In: Hot Wheels Speedometry Scores Big in Fourth Grade Testing

December 2015
The results of a district-wide test of the Speedometry curriculum show that Speedometry improved student learning relative to a control group. Key findings of the two-week study, which involved approximately 1,800 fourth graders in 59 classrooms, include:
  • Speedometry leads to improvements in student knowledge, interest and positive emotions. Also, girls’ negative emotions about science and mathematics were found to decrease as a result of Speedometry.
  • Students who experienced Speedometry out-performed who had not experienced Speedometry on a test of science and math content knowledge.
  • Students who experienced Speedometry showed greater engagement, interest, and positive emotions about the lessons than students who experienced traditional math and science lessons. To view the Executive Summary of the report on the district-wide test, click here.
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Grade 4 Teachers: Request a FREE Classroom Kit

To help you execute the lesson plans in the classroom, request a Speedometry™ kit by filling out and submitting the form below. Due to very high demand exceeding the supply of kits, there may be delays in shipping.
Kits include everything you need to teach these lessons in your classroom! Each kit contains:
  • 40 Hot Wheels® diecast cars
  • 16 orange loops
  • 16 track clamps
  • 64 track connectors
  • 100+ feet of orange track
Click here to find out how to put together your own Speedometry classroom kit.

FREE copy of the Kids Crafts for Easter ebook

Kids Crafts for Easter: How to Decorate Easter Eggs, Easter Egg Hunt Projects, and more Easter Activities for KidsDownload a FREE copy of the Kids Crafts for Easter ebook. This book contains pictures and step-by-step instructions for 12 festive crafts including: Bunny & Carrot Easter Eggs, Easter Basket Tulle Tutu, Yarn Wrapped Easter Eggs, and a Pipe Cleaner Easter Bunny. This offer will be available for a limited time only.

Easy Easter Brunch Ideas from Clabber Girl!

Easy Easter Brunch Ideas
Baking from scratch for the Easter Holiday
Each of these recipes takes an hour or less. Surprise your guests with a homemade brunch! Ham, Cheese, and Green Chile Bread PuddingView the recipe here

Spring Car Maintenance

Check out my latest article, "Spring  Car Maintenance" at Beck Chrystal, Dodge, Jeep in Palatka, Florida. 
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Spring Car Maintenance

You take your cup of coffee out to the porch and look over the backyard. You smile to yourself and think it's finally spring again and it's time to get the old sports car out of its winter slumber and do a road trip! 
Pulling off the car cover always gives you a bit of a thrill, when you first see the shiny red baby, but this time it's a shock instead of a pleasure. You look upon your baby and for the first time your upset and sad you can't believe what your seeing. It's a slight, no its a huge scratch on the passenger side door and then you open the door and find a nest of mice in the floor board of the passenger's side. You sit down on the ground and just sit and stare in disbelief.  
Once your over your shock, you decide that it's time to remedy the current situation, but looking at the scratch again a second time only makes you mad and you walk back up to the porch to sulk for a bit. 
Cars are special things in our life, they hold great memories and well they are just not a thing, they are a big part of the family. Maintenance is something you can't skimp on or forget to do. Read below for some great ideas to make your car happy. 
There are several things you can do before you put your car away for the season. First, make sure it's covered and in a garage, but if you don't have a garage, make sure you invest in a weatherproof car cover.   
Clean it: Make sure your car is in tip top shape before putting her away. This could involve a final wash and be sure to check out any water stains or any damage to the paint. You may even want to give her one last wax job. 
Maintenance:  If your car will be setting up for long extended period of time make sure you change your oil. Also make sure you go out and crank the car up about every two weeks to keep your battery charged and take it on a small road trip. Make sure you fill the car up with gas, to prevent moisture from building up. Don't forget to add a fuel stabilizer, this will prevent any gas deteriorating for up to 12 months.  Keep a watchful eye on your tires, you may want to use a jack stand and remove your tires for the winter. 
Here's a checklist of what to do when you're ready to bring your vehicle out of storage: 
  • Check under the hood for any evidence of rodents. Look for chewed belts, hoses, wires or nests. 
  • If you covered the muffler or air intake, remove that material before you start the car.
  • Check the windshield wipers to see if the rubber is cracked or brittle.
  • Check tire pressure and inflate the tires to the recommended specs.
  • Check the brakes. Rust may have accumulated on the rotors. In most cases, this should go away after you drive the vehicle for a short time.
  • Check fluids to make sure there have been no leaks and that they are at the recommended levels.
  • If the battery cable has been disconnected, make sure that you reconnect it and that the battery terminals are clean.
  • Wash your vehicle to remove any dirt that may have accumulated.
Drive with confidence knowing you did your prep work and enjoy your first spring road trip with a smile on your face.

Author Note: Tammy is the owner and author of the Frugal Southern Mom Blog. Visit her on Pinterest, and Twitter!

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