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Bekki Lindner

Bekki Lindner

Bekki Lindner is the founder of Chasing Supermom, as well as a writer, speaker, mother of four, and champion of mothers everywhere. Her mission? To change the world one mom at a time.

 

After leaving the classroom to become a stay-at-home-mom, Bekki began to feel stressed, inadequate, and frankly, like she should be vacuuming in pearls and high heels! Realizing that she was not alone in her crazy quest to be “Supermom”, she began her blog, hoping to inspire everyday mothers with real encouragement and real ideas.

 

When she's not chasing her kids around, you can find Bekki behind the camera, caught up in a good book, exploring her beautiful home state of Washington with her best friend and husband, or at home, doing what she loves best, writing.

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by Bekki Lindner
Your child will fall in love with parts of speech while filling in this Valentine’s Day mad libs printable.
by Bekki Lindner
Your child will fall in love with parts of speech while filling in this Valentine’s Day mad libs printable.
by Bekki Lindner
From shadow play to observing the weather, explore a round-up of easy, fun Groundhog Day activities you can do with your child.
by Bekki Lindner
Does your child have trouble writing a lot on a topic? This snowflake printable will help unlock her ideas.
by Bekki Lindner
Use this fun snowflake printable as a tool to inspire your children to write about the books they read.
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by Bekki Lindner
This fun seasonal printable may lead kids in unexpected directions.
by Bekki Lindner
Your child needs dice and some imagination for this fun fill-in-the-blank Christmas reading and writing printable.
by Bekki Lindner
Help you child associate the holidays with giving, love, and kindness with this homemade twist on a traditional advent calendar.
by Bekki Lindner
These four easy writing activities will foster an attitude of gratitude in your children this November—and all year long.
by Bekki Lindner
Your child's Halloween candy is an opportunity to build up math skills, by exploring sorting, counting, graphing, and cooking.

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