Today I’m sharing these adorable, watercolor compliment cards that I just listed in my tpt store (and plan to be using with my kids this Valentine’s Day). Stick around to the end of the post because I have an awesome free poster printable that goes along with them! Read More
Today I’m sharing the indoor Christmas scavenger hunt we have planned for our kids and their cousins this year. Read More
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. Here is a list of 50 sensory spelling activities for kids to try.
Our kids are always helping in the kitchen. As of late, their aprons have been in desperate need of replacing. Today I’m sharing these easy kitchen towel aprons I made for them. Read More
Here is a diy, fall, rag-wreath that you can easily make with your kiddos to spruce up your home for the coming season.
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!
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.) ?
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