One essential aspect of preschool is developing the fine motor skills needed for handwriting. While sometimes this looks like a paper and a pencil, sometimes it’s simply giving them the tools to play constructively.
When it comes to science, the study of nature is an amazing place to start. Today, I’m sharing a list of some of our favorite books on the topic of nature study. Read More
With summer around the corner, I wanted to put together a set of these numbers 1-20 play dough mats that included flip-flops and beach balls. Because, this is one of our favorite grab-and-go activities. Read More
Here is a Printable Summer Reading Challenge pack. It includes everything you need to motivate and engage kids to have a summer full of fun and reading.
Copywork is one of my favorite tools in homeschooling. Today, I’m sharing the US Presidents Print Copywork Pack that I have created for my kids to work through.
Ice cream in a bag has been our favorite science experiment recently. In fact, we’ve repeated it three times. (Just to make sure we got it right.) 😉
There are some awesome and thrifty ways to teach the alphabet to kids. Read More
I’ve got another free teacher planner for you! This one is more of a relaxed, check-it-off-and-we-are-done type layout. Simple and designed for a mom who is now homeschooling three kids and is trying to figure out how to keep it all organized. 😉
These dot and dab activities are another fun, colorful way to teach the alphabet. Using bingo dabbers, kids can easily learn to recognize their letters.
Play dough mats are the perfect grab-and-go activity. They are also a great multi-sensory tool for teaching because they engage the hands, as well as, the mind. Read More