Another resource for reading comprehension! This time, geared a little more towards the younger learners. This is a print and go, no-prep resource that includes simple passages and corresponding, comprehension activities.
When working on reading comprehension in our homeschool, we mostly use narration. However, I am going to be offering graphic organizers as a fun and simple way to broaden my kid’s perspective and vocabulary when it comes to understanding what they are reading. Read More
Here are some Christmas-themed, math printables for a more festive approach to arithmetic this month. All of these are pre-k through Kindergarten level.
With Christmas right around the corner, I’ve put together a festive, activity pack for my pre-k and kindergartener that focus on literacy and handwriting. Read More
Knowing kids learn by retelling stories, I thought it would be fun to make a little, hands-on book that our kids could use around the holidays to help remember the nativity story.
Time to switch out the Fall Busy Book for the Winter Themed Busy book! More patterns, counting, numbers, spatial reasoning, and building of fine motor skills. Read More
This Winter Activities Pack for my Pre-k/Kindergarten students is prepped and ready to go. The content is simply a reinforcement of what we are already working on for the year.
Fall is officially here. While I love to bring an autumn look to our house with decor changes, I also enjoy customizing some of our home learning-activities around the season as well. Read More
Time to switch out the Summer Busy Book for the Autumn Busy book! More patterns, counting, numbers, spatial reasoning, and building of fine motor skills.
You can homeschool on a dime. It doesn’t take too much to begin. When we first started, we had some basic office supplies and a few things I picked up in the back-to-school section at Target. Read More