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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Last Minute Teacher Appreciation Gifts To Create

Spiffy Scissors

Every Teacher needs her own pair of spiffy scissors.  You can easily create a pair of these fun and simple scissors by using the instructions we found over at Crap I've Made blog. Click here to get the instructions now.



Alphabet Vase Of Flowers

Simple, inexpensive and fun to give to your Children's teachers this year as a Thank you gift.  Pick up the alphabet letters and vase at your local dollar store add in a bunch of flowers and you have a fun gift. WE found this cute idea over at One Charming Party Click here to go there now.







Gift Card Bouquet

Who says money doesn't grow on trees? Sow a giving tree by surrounding a potted plant — Family Fun used a schefflera — with a grouping of card stock envelopes shaped like flowers. In the openings, slip gift cards donated by students in the class, then ask each contributor to write a short thank-you note on theirs.
Click here for complete instructions from Family Fun.





Countdown To Summer
 Create a fun Summer countdown to celebrate your Teacher.  Click here for the complete instructions from 25eighteen.








Teacher Subway Art Clipboard or Framed Art

eighteen25 has created a fun Subway art to creat a Teacher clipboard or framed artwork.
Click here for inscrtuions and to print your Free Subway art.

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CORRECTED LINK - For Teacher Appreciation gifts with sayings and foods


 It is time to appreciate our Teachers, May 2nd -6th is Teacher Appreciation week so why not create some  Simple - Fun - Creative and Do-able gifts for your children's Teachers to show your appreciation.

24/7 MOMS has created a list of Teacher Appreciation Thanks Yous Using Food and Fun Sayings.

Such as:
• Pop Rocks:We think you "rock"... (pop rocks)
• Mounds Candy Bar: You're "mounds" of fun
• Whoppers: "Thanks for helping us have a whopper of a good time in school


You can Click here to download and print your own copy of our list.

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Geocaching with Your Family

Have you heard of Geocache [GEE-oh-cash]?   Geocaching is a great way to get your whole family out of the house... exploring the nature and having fun!! 

The word geocache comes from two words. The first is the prefix geo, meaning "Earth". The second is cache which is a safe place for hiding or storing something.

So a geocache is something that is hidden somewhere on Earth! It is a new word created for the hobby geocaching. People gather up a few little odds and ends and put them in a watertight container. Then they hide it outdoors somewhere, record the coordinates using their GPS receiver, and post the coordinates on the Web.



Before You Go

•Find a geocache that will meet your immediate goals. Are you looking for a difficult hike or an easy adventure?
•If you're headed out on the trail, pack any needed supplies such as water, food and extra clothing. Bring both a map and a compass. Check geocache terrain and difficulty ratings.
•For safety, let someone know where you are going.
•Do not forget your GPS and extra batteries.


Get Out and Play

•Mark your car as a waypoint to ensure your safe return.
•Be mindful of the environment, practice Cache In Trash Out.
•Bring friends and family with you; sharing the experience can be very rewarding. Pets are usually welcome, too!
•Remember that distances can be deceiving. A geocache can take longer to find depending on trails, rivers and other obstacles.

Share Your Experience

•If you take something from the geocache, leave something of equal or greater value.
•Write about your experience in the geocache logbook.
•Place your geocaching stories and photos online.


A geocache can have all sorts of things in it. Generally, there are small items of little value. When you go geocaching, you take items to trade with the geocache. For example, you might find a geocache that has a CD, a toy car, trading cards, and other stuff. You might choose to take the car and leave a kazoo. The general rule is, if you take an item, you leave an item. Most geocaches also have a log book where you record the date and your name (or code name--most geocachers have a code name just for fun). Some geocaches even have a camera so that you can snap a picture of yourself. Never take the camera.




Which geocache should I pick?

You'll probably want to start with a geocache that is close to your home (or school if you are with a school or scout group). The other consideration is difficulty and terrain. Both are rated from one to five, with five being most challenging. Difficulty refers to how hard it is to find the geocache. Terrain refers to how challenging the terrain is: fairly level ground is a one. Most kids and families should start with geocaches with a 1/1 to 2/2 rating. These are still challenging!


Below is a list of different websites to go to for all ages.  They will provide you with instructions on how to get started on your FAMILY ADVENTURE FULL OF MEMORIES!!!






some of article provided by geocachingkids.com and geocaching.com

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Deal: Pay $50 get $100 worth at Travelocity.com.


Deal of The Day : Pay $50 get $100 off you next booking of a hotel or resort on Travelocity.com.  This deal is from Eversave and New members can get this Save for just $46 when they use the limited time $4 new member credit. Buy now in time for Mother's Day on May 8th!  Click here to get your deal.

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WIN - The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organizing Your Life book


Today’s fast-paced society has become increasingly complex.  The everyday difficulties navigating through life have been further complicated by economic woes. It’s crucial to find ways to increase productivity and simplify at home and at work, and the best way to stay sane is to get organized.

In her fifth edition of The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Organizing Your Life, Georgene Lockwood shows readers:

·         Being organized helps to get through the toughest times, gives a secure platform to face life’s challenges, and ultimately helps to live a happier, more peaceful life.
·         Green aspects of organizing, - getting organized in the electronic age and new products to get organized.
·         Up-to-date information, including new resources, for people with clutter disorders.
 

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and The Complete Idiot's Guide and Alpha Books are giving away The Complete Idiot's Guide to Organizing Your Life book.

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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk
....to create conversation
 

Q: When was the last time you really pushed yourself to your physical limits? Explain.

Riddle:
Q: What do you call someone who carries a dictionary in his jeans?
A: Smarty pants.

(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Friday, April 29, 2011

Frozen Lemonade Cupcakes For Mothers Day

As a little girl I would often visit my grandparents home and outside of their home was this huge   Lemon bush in which I  loved picking the lemons from and eating them just as I would an orange this must have been the beginning of my love for lemons.
Now I enjoy finding recipes that are lemon flavored especially baked goods. Here is the most recent one I found from Nestle and I think would be a perfect Mothers Day dessert.

Frozen Lemonade Cupcakes
from Nestle
You can have your lemonade and eat it too! Individually-sized pound cakes are dressed with a flavorful whipped topping and garnished with fresh lemon peel. Serve frozen for a refreshing anytime treat to stay cool this summer.

Ingredients:
  • 1 can (14 ounces) NESTLÉ LA LECHERA FAT FREE Sweetened Condensed Milk or NESTLÉ CARNATION Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 container (6 ounces) frozen lemonade or limeade concentrate (about 2/3 cup), partially thawed
  • 1 tub (12 ounces) frozen light whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 (10.75 ounces) frozen reduced fat or fat free pound cake
  • Grated lemon peel (optional)
Instructions:
PAPER-LINE 18 muffin cups.

CUT pound cake into 18 slices. Using 1 3/4 inch-round cookie cutter or appropriate size to fit into paper liners, cut slices into rounds (discard cake scraps or save for another use). Place cake rounds into paper liners.

COMBINE sweetened condensed milk and lemonade concentrate in large bowl; stir well. Stir a large spoonful of whipped topping into mixture. Fold in remaining whipped topping. Spoon evenly into liners. Freeze for 2 hours. Cover; freeze for several hours or overnight before serving. Garnish with lemon peel.

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10 Giveaways Ending Saturday at Midnight



WIN: Zippies is giving away a set of 5 Zippies. Click here to enter now.




WIN: Sterling Children's Books ise giving away a Quiet Bunny's Many Colors and The Green Mother Goose books. Click here to enter now.


WIN: Whistlefritz is giving away a Spanish for Kids: Las Estaciones (The Seasons) DVD. Click here to enter now.




WIN: Cascade Ice is giving away 2 cases of Cascade Ice 2-Calorie water, a t-shirt, keychain and pen. Click here to enter now. 






WIN: Big Idea Entertainment is giving away Veggie Tales: 'Twas The Night Before Easter DVD. Click here to enter now.








WIN: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is giving away a Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure Blu-ray and DVD. Click here to enter now.




WIN: Gemmy is giving away a Airblown Inflatable Easter Bunny. Click here to enter now. 









WIN: Lenox is giving away a PEEPS Bunny and Chick Salt and Pepper Set. Click here to enter now.



WIN: Cutie Pa Tutus is giving away 1 Cute Chicks Pa Tutu Outfit (top plus tutu); sizes NB- 6x. Click here to enter now.


WIN: Townley Inc. is giving away the following Townley HOP The Movie Products: 1 I want Candy Lip Jelly Set, 1 Be the Bunny Beauty Set, 1 Super Fearsome Lip and Nail Set, 1 Bath and Body Beauty Set, 2 Easter Egg Lip Balms/Nail Polishes, 1 Easter Egg Bath Fizzle, and 1 Cosmetic Pouch. Click here to enter now.

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WIN - Captain Planet and the Planeteers: Season One DVD

 
Move over Iron Man, Spider-Man and Batman, the world’s first environmentally-conscious superhero on the block plans to offer kids action-packed adventure and a chance to help save the environment. He's Captain Planet, the ever-changing eco-hero from within our Earth, who, with the help of five young people from around the globe called Planeteers, fights a never-ending battle against eco-villains out to destroy the world.  Arriving just in time for this year’s Earth Day celebration, Shout! Factory will unleash the long-awaited Captain Planet and the Planeteers: Season One DVD set in stores nationwide on April 19, 2011. This acclaimed animated series motivates today’s youth to get involved in saving our planet and explores the profound impact of environmental activism, and relating it to issues that face all of us today.  Go Planet!

Featuring all 26 action-packed episodes and a wealth of bonus content, this collectible 4-DVD box set boasts a specially designed eco-friendly packaging made of 100% recycled paper.


To find Captain Planet and the Planeteers: Season One 4-DVD, click here to visit Shout Factory's website or click here to find on Amaznon.


WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Shout Factory are giving away a Captain Planet and the Planeteers: Season One 4-DVD.


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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk
....to create conversation
 

Q:What's one of your hobbies?

Riddle:
Q: Why did the girl sit on her watch?
A: She wanted to be on time.

(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Teacher Appreciation Sayings Using Foods and Cute Sayings


 It is time to appreciate our Teachers, May 2nd -6th is Teacher Appreciation week so why not create some  Simple - Fun - Creative and Do-able gifts for your children's Teachers to show your appreciation.

24/7 MOMS has created a list of Teacher Appreciation Thanks Yous Using Food and Fun Sayings.

Such as:
• Pop Rocks:We think you "rock"... (pop rocks)
• Mounds Candy Bar: You're "mounds" of fun
• Whoppers: "Thanks for helping us have a whopper of a good time in school


You can Click here to download and print your own copy of our list.

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Kids Bowl Free All Summer Long

My two youngest have become bowling fanatics. They continually ask " Mom, can we go bowling?" So, I am one excited mom that once again the Kids Bowl Free program has launched for Summer bowling fun for my family.

The last two years we have participated and choose our favorite Bowling alley The Chalet Bowl. So, if you live in our area and are wanting a family environment bowling alley join us over at Chalet bowl this summer and let's bowl our days away.

Across the country you too can join in the fun at Select bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the second annual “Kids Bowl Free” program.

Easy Sign-up!

Signing your children up for the free bowling is easy! Just complete the registration form and your kids are on their way to bowling fun this summer. Click here to register now.

Mom, Dads, Teens get a deal as well: In order to accommodate parents and older children in your family that may like to bowl with the child, the participating bowling centers are offering a Family Pass. The Family Pass provides the same great "2 games a day" package for up to 4 adult family members for a one-time payment from $24.95. Click here to register now.

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Show Your Love for Mom


 By: Amy Hannold
247Moms Frugal Living Editor

Mothers Day is May 8th this year.  It’s time to begin preparing some homemade, unique ways to show our love for Mom.  I encourage you to share the joy of Moms and gift creation with your kids.  These ideas are affordable and will express thoughtful, lasting sentiments to Mom.
 

TeacherVision.com
Free registration to their email updates will open 7 free, printable resources for Mothers Day.  Suggested age for these activities ranges from Pre-Kindergarten through the 8th grade.  Activities range from the history of Mothers Day, poem writing, tissue paper flowers, “pop-up” portraits and my favorite – “Roses for Mom”.  This page of drawn roses invites the child to write “promises” of how they will show love for mom.  They can color the roses, cut them out and then give them to Mom (perhaps as part of a handmade card). 

Free, printable Mothers Day stationery, word searches, Mad Libs, color-me cards and coloring pages will suit your household for creating a fun, special Mothers Day.

One of my favorite sites for finding creative activities – even for the un-creative mom.  (I love the process of creating, once we’ve found the activity.)  Bingo cards, anagrams, craft ideas, and more await you. 

Fisher-Price.com
Fisher-Price offers a free collection of printable greeting cards your kids can color for Mothers Day – or any day!

Other Ideas:
Memories for Mom:
Search back into your own childhood years, find a picture (or a memory) and create a card for your Mom.  You’ll both enjoy the time you spend remembering your childhood, and perhaps she’ll have some more advice for the stage of motherhood you’re currently in.

Photo Gifts:
Now is the time to find that perfect photo of the kids and use it to create a photo gift.  Online or in-store you can find some great deals on just the perfect gift.  Give Mom something she can show off, bragging about her special little ones.

Gift Baskets:
Use your frugal skills to create an especially collected assortment of Mom’s favorites.  Whether it be food, books, or small luxuries, show mom you’ve thought of what she likes.

Share these ideas – even with “Dad”, so that he can help the kids create something special.  Enjoy Mothers Day.  Celebrate the “Moms” in your life!  Also, remember Moms with spouses deployed, single moms, and others who also may benefit from some special attention on Mothers Day. 



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Repurpose and Reuse Typical Household Items and Win Scott Naturals


Becoming an ECO friendly family means finding ways to re-purpose and re-use the items around our house that we typically toss out - here are 7 ones you may also like to try

Empty candle Jars
 
Re-use your old candle jars for bathroom essentials like cotton swabs and cotton balls or  toothbrush holders. Use your imagination for lots of uses for those used candle jars.

Egg cartons 
Re-use egg cartons for paint wells, seed starters, treasure boxes or other crafty ideas.

Baby Food Jars
 
Re-use Baby Food jars at dad's work bench to store screws, nails and other small parts. The smaller jars also make great spice storage containers when you buy spices in bulk.

Butter/Margarine Wrappers
Re-use Empty butter or margarine wrappers wrappers to grease baking pans. You can store them in the freezer by  folding the wrappers up and placing in a zip bag.

Magazines
Donate your read magazines to local hospitals, art classes and hair salons. Be sure to remove your personal information from the magazine first.

Phone Books
Re-use your no longer needed phone books to clean your windows with or as package filler and  fire starters.

Toothbrushes
  Used toothbrushes have many uses when it comes to cleaning from using for those difficult to clean items such as tile grout, around your faucets, window sliders, jewelry, baseboards etc.
 
What typical items around the house have you re-purposed and are re0using for something new and useful?


This month 24/7 MOMS has also joined together with Scott Naturals with more great  giveaways:


# 1 WIN: In honor of Earth Month, the Scott Naturals brand is challenging Americans to take an easy green step by testing out its line of hybrid paper products for four weeks – and to enter the brand’s ‘Take the 4-Week Test Drive’ sweepstakes for a chance at winning a new 2011 Ford Fusion hybrid sedan.
Starting April 4 and running through September 30, consumers can pledge to “test drive” Scott Naturals bath tissue, paper towels, flushable moist wipes and napkins by visiting www.scottbrand.com/naturals/. Scott Naturals is the world’s first line of hybrid paper products*, combining the green benefits of recycled material with the quality people want.

 TO ENTER to win a new 2011 Ford Fusion hybrid sedan:
  • For every unique click on the above link, Scott will donate $1 to the NWF, with up to $25,000. After you have signed up for the test drive, you can head over to http://www.scottbrand.com/community/savings/scott for some fabulous coupons for their participating products

# 2 WIN: Each week 24/7 MOMS and Scott Brand will be giving away ONE Scott Naturals Kit here on 24/7 MOMS (bath tissue, paper towel, flushable moist wipes, napkins

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WIN - Planet Dogs Wood Chuck & Recycle Ball


The patent-pending Wood Chuck was ergonomically engineered with 100% sustainable bamboo and reused cork for comfort and grip-ability throw, after throw, after throw. The Wood Chuck’s 4-pronged claw coupled with the pliant nature of Planet Dog’s Orbee-Tuff® balls make it a cinch to grab and throw. Bamboo is the fastest growing woody plant and can grow up to 24 inches in just one day.

The Wood Chuck was designed with Planet Dog's best-selling 2.5" Orbee-Tuff balls in mind. Because not all balls are created equally, in addition to the Orbee-Tuff 2.5” balls, some non-pressurized standard tennis balls also fit and can be used with the Wood Chuck.

Like all of Planet Dog's products, the Wood Chuck features a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Consumers can purchase at pet stores and other retailers nationwide or click here to find online.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Planet Dog are giving away a Wood Chuck and a Recycle Ball.

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Table Talk

Tonight's Table Talk
....to create conversation
 

Q: Are you a creature of habit? Explain your answer.

Riddle:
Q: Why did the golfer have an extra pair of pants?
A: In case he got a hole-in-one.


(each day 24/7 MOMS posts a question and riddle to help you create dinner time conversation with your families)

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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Hot Retail Mall Coupons

Old Navy - $10 off your $50 purchase  Click here to get your coupon now

JC Penny's - $10 off your $25 purchase.  Click here to get your coupon now.

Kohl's - 15% off any purchase. Click here for your coupon.

Foot Locker - $15 off $50 or  $30 off $100  Click here for your coupon.

Famous Footwear - 30% off your entire purchase.  Click here for coupon.

Victoria Secret -  free deluxe sample of Dream Angels Heavenly fragrance. Click here for coupon.

Yankee Candles - $10 off $25 purchase.  Click here for your coupon.

Michaels- 20% off your entire purchase. Click here for your coupon.

World Market -  $10 off your $30 purchase.  Click here for your coupon.

Baskin Robbins -  Buy 1 Cone Get 1 Free – scroll down the Baskin Robbins Wall. Click here to go there now.


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Re-play For Busy Moms - Summer Fun and Teacher Appreciation Ideas

Plan, Prepare and Play all Summer long with your kids - tips and ideas PLUS Keeping it Simple Teacher Appreciation ideas with Trisha Novotny and Lori Reno

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Teacher Appreciation Cards - Free Printables

 Starbucks Thanks a Latte


Print these fun Starbucks gift card holders from eighteen25.com for your favorite coffee loving Teacher. Click here to get your free printable




 

 
 Cards For Gift Card Giving

Teachers Love gift cards and I Am Momma Hear me roar created the perfect Teacher Appreciation cards to use when giving your children's teacher a gift card.  The gift card easily attaches to these fun cards.  Click here for complete download instructions.








You are Berry Sweet


Inspired by the luscious, juicy fruits of summer, these cards will work for lots of treat giving occasions! Thanks to Tip Junkie you can just download, save and print by clicking here.





Teachers ROCK Cards and Printables

This FREE  retro cool collection includes: free lunch gift certificate for your teacher, “5 reasons teachers rock” cards, party labels, and a “teachers rock” banner. All from Catch My PartyClick here to get your FREE printables for Teacher Appreciation week.






Teacher Apple Thanks

Quick to print and fun to give these sweet cards from Cottage Industrialist.  Click here to print your FREE Apple card of thanks.

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DIY Mothers Day Gift Baskets

By Leslie Pleasants

There is no better way to show your love and appreciation on Mothers Day then giving your mom or a mom a gift basket.  Gift baskets can be easy and inexpensive but shows that you really put some thought into the gift.  They allow you to combine their interest and pleasures without being limited to just one simple gift.

The first step to creating the perfect gift basket is to pick a theme.  Start with what they enjoy doing.  Do they have a hobby?  What do they enjoy doing?  Do they need something to relax and indulge in?  This is where you get to get creative.  The entire process of finding things to fill the gift baskets should not take very long at all once you figure out a theme.  This time barely compares to the time that your mother will spend enjoying her gift basket that keeps on giving. 
You can also make smaller gift baskets for other moms in your life.   Grandma's, Mother-in-Laws, Sisters (that are moms), friends, etc... 


Here are some gift basket themes and ideas:
Scrapbooking:
papers, pens, ribbons, stickers, brads, photo album, photo's, scissors

Gardening:
seed packets, shovel, water can, gloves, bulbs, flower pots, gardening labels

Cooking:
pasta, wine, seasonings, olive oil, utensils, kitchen towels, pot holders, recipe cards

Camping:
solar lights, citronella candle, flashlight, table cloth, smores fixing's, beach towel

Movies:
movie gift card, popcorn tub(dollar tree), popcorn, flavoring, candy, blanket

Relaxation:
bath salts, lotions, body scrubs, relaxation music, candles, ear plugs, chocolate

Summertime:
canvas beach bag, sunglasses, sunscreen, beach towel, flip flops, shorts, tank top

Mom-to-Be:
baby names book, saltines, massage gift card, parenting magazine, anti-stretch mark lotion, peppermints

Candles:
candle holders, long lighter, votives, tapers, pillars, snuffer, matches

Chocoholic:
hot chocolate, bars, cookies, hot fudge, flavored coffee, truffles, chocolate cookbook

Exerciser:
protein bars, socks, work out dvd, water bottle, magazine, gym membership, towel

Coffee:
large mug, coffee, novel, chocolate covered espresso beans, coffee gift card

Gamblers:
pocket electronic games, cards, poker chips, vegas plane tickets, poker rule book

Crafter:
hot glue gun, double sticky tape, papers, ribbon, scissors, stickers, stamps, ink pads

Crochet or Knitter:
assorted needles or crochet hooks, assorted patterns, ribbons, buttons, "made by" labels

Accessories:
lipstick, nail polish, cuticle oil, hand lotion, scented hand sanitizer, earrings, necklace, scarf



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WIN - Loving Lampposts: Living Autistic DVD

As autism has exploded into the public consciousness over the last 20 years, two opposing questions have been asked about the condition fueling the debate:  is it a devastating sickness to be cured or is it a variation of the human brain – just a different way to be human?  LOVING LAMPPOSTS: LIVING AUTISTIC takes a look at two movements: the “recovery movement,” which views autism as a tragic epidemic brought on by environmental toxins, and the “neurodiversity movement,” which argues that autism should be accepted and that autistic people should be supported. After his son’s diagnosis, filmmaker Todd Drezner visits the front lines of the autism wars to learn more about the debate and provide information about a condition that is still difficult to comprehend. 

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WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Cinema Libre Studios are giving away a LOVING LAMPPOSTS: LIVING AUTISTIC DVD

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