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Featured Book: Chicken Nuggets, Compiled by Rhonda Culton, MA

As you may already know, I am addicted to reading good books and not just good books, I love to read Inspiring Books.

Child Care Business Owner,  Consultant and Professor, Rhonda Culton has recently published a book titled: Chicken Nuggets.

I just love the title of Rhonda’s book and it is so fitting for the Business of Child Care . In fact, I had to feature Rhonda’s Book on my Blog.

Rhonda’s book is dedicated to  educators all around the world and is full of inspirational messages from Teachers, Directors, Owners and educators.

About Rhonda

Rhonda has over 20 years of experience in the field of Child-Development, has an Masters of Arts in Education, and currently teaches in the child-development field in her local community colleges. She also  owns a child care Business and works with others to make their child care businesses successful.

Here are some Chicken Nuggets From Rhonda’s Book

Although I am a teacher, I learn from the children everyday.”- Edith Betancourt, Preschool Teacher

If I knew then, what I now, I would have saved many troubled and challenged children. Yvette Flores, MA

” When parents say ” My kids are nice, the teacher thinks ” good it will be an easy day.” When a parent says, my kid is normal, to the teacher normal means he has all ten fingers and toes. ~Vanessa Brissette, Preschool Director

If you are a Center Owner or Director, this book will make a great gift for Teacher’s Appreciation Day. It is also a great idea to just have a copy in your program for an inspirational read.

For more inspirational insight and to get a taste of the different flavors of Chicken Nugget Sauce in Rhonda’s Book, Grab your copy today! Click here

To Your Success!


Empowering Youth For Financial Success by Dr. Linette Daniels

I have worked with young people for nearly two decades and raised 12 therapeutic foster care children, so believe me when I say. . . I have been there, done that and wrote a book to tell about it. LOL!

Look, if you spend more than one-hour a year with a child, this article is for you!

Money Smarts is what young people need for success, so if not learned from YOU, then WHO?

Entering the world of school is a child’s first real introduction to life outside of his or her home.  Sure they visit friends and family, but there is nothing like having a building filled with strange adults, new rules and bad food to give any child a dose of reality.

Now there are schedules, rules, grades, parent conferences, report cards, and homework.  Then you throw in the extra-curricular activities after school and you must be wondering when they would have the time or energy to develop money smarts.

Well I have some good news.

Some learning opportunities will be natural and logical, while others will be created by you to serve a purpose.

But EVERY moment is a teachable one; you just have to keep your eyes open.

For now I leave you with a fun activity to share with the elementary age children in your group.

Money Trade

To play this game you’ll need a dice and 10 of each coin (penny, nickel, dime and quarter).  The object of the game is to be the first player with 25 cents saved.

Take turns rolling the dice.  Each player gets the amount of pennies shown on the die.  As each player accumulates 5 pennies or more, the 5 pennies are traded in for a nickel and so on.

The children will quickly understand that a dime is worth 10 pennies, that a nickel is worth five, and that less coins doesn’t necessarily mean less money.

Let the children keep the money they win to add to their piggy bank savings.

About Dr. Daniels

Dr. Daniels believes that given the right space, tools, and training; ALL youth can succeed, and as founder of the International Movement To Empower More Youth, her mission is to empower youth for financial, business and leadership success so they can create the life they want to live.

Whether you are a young person, a parent or from a youth-serving program, visit and get in where you fit in!

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