Kristin Hundt

Kristin Hundt
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Kristin Hundt is a fervent teacher, learner, and global citizen. Spending more than twelve years as a middle school teacher, she is currently taking a leave from the classroom to explore her passions and stay at home with her children. She is a world-traveler in training, writer, music and photography enthusiast, and semi-professional book pusher. Kristin loves nothing more than to go on 'adventures' with her husband and four young boys learning about and serving the world around them.

10 Diverse Picture Books You Need

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Several years ago, I was in a packed auditorium listening to one of my favorite teachers and reading advocates, Donalynn Miller. I was taking notes on early childhood reading statistics, picture books I needed...

Show Teachers Love During Teacher Appreciation Week

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Teacher Appreciation Week is always at the beginning of May. During that time, teachers are working tirelessly to start wrapping up the school year, celebrating each student for their accomplishments, holding onto the goodness...

Celebrate International Women’s Day With Your Sons

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International Women’s Day is March 8th and began in 1911. This global celebration honors the political, social, economical, and cultural achievements of women. It is also a day of action: to support women-owned businesses...

Let the Library Make Your Life Easier

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In any given week, you can find me packing up several books and heading to our local libraries in Lansing usually with a kid, or four, in tow. My family has between 20-50 books...

Random Acts of Kindness Day

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The middle of winter is challenging. The magic of the holidays is long over. Sometimes there are days or weeks where we don't see much of the sun; it feels dark all the time....

Unique Pizza Options in the Lansing Area

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I consider myself a pizza connoisseur (self-proclaimed). My family gets pizza and watches a movie almost every Friday, which happened to be a wonderful little tradition we started during the pandemic. Getting through a...

Give Your Time, Talent, and Treasure this Holiday Season

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I sat staring at my computer screen. There were tabs open from Amazon, a few local businesses, and some gift lists from a couple mom bloggers. I had begun planning for the holiday season....

How to Embrace a Season in Your Home

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I was pushing my cart around one of my favorite grocery stores. Before picking up the things on my list, I wandered down the aisles seeing if anything caught my eye. I turned my...

Use the Snack and Chat to Connect with Your Kids

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The other day I came downstairs shortly after my kids came home from school. I looked around and everything I saw gave me instant overwhelm! There were papers that looked like they’d be thrown...

An Alternative to the Forced Apology

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Recently, my children were playing with their cousins in our basement. There was sharing, taking turns, and general harmony. But, inevitably, something happened. I heard one of my sons yell, “I said stop!” Then,...