Spelling doesn’t have to be a monotonous chore. It’s simply allowing your students to create a relationship with the words. One of the best ways to do this is to have them interact with each word using their senses.
I am kicking off this fall season with a delicious diy I’m calling, Carved Apple Mugs. These are almost too simple to blog about, but they a such a great treat, I couldn’t resist!
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.) ?
It’s been forever since I’ve posted a do-it-yourself project, but this t-shirt was too easy and fun not to share!
I love chubby, toddler hands. Just looking at that feature image (eek! So cute!) Read More
Experience-based giving seems to be the buzz among my mom friends. No breaking the bank for plastic that will loose their interest before the day is out. I’m listening. Read More
I love family traditions, particularly now that we have kids. The special and sometimes cheesy little things we do together is not only creating memories now, but connecting our past, present, and future families together. Read More
We are on our last rainy stretch before our summer sun comes to stay. The kids have been a little restless indoors, so I came up with this set of Indoor Scavenger Hunts.
Not just for fun (I hope), but a series of cognitive exercises that will really get them thinking… Read More
Easter was pretty amazing. It was the first Easter in two years that no one was sick in our family. We spent the morning at church, did an egg hunt with the kids, then feasted around the table while a sweet breeze drifted through the open door. Read More
Jovie and I are reading through Laura Wilder’s Little House in the Big Woods and after reading about sugar snow and secret drawings of Jack Frost, I’m amused. I’m not the only one… mom’s have been doing silly little things for their kids for a long time. Read More