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.
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.
I have been reading Know and Tell the Art of Narration by Karen Glass and have been challenged to really make an effort in the area of comprehension and narration in our homeschool this year.
If you are like me, and trying to bring a little more organization into your crazy, homeschool life then you might appreciate this post. Because, I am sharing a homeschool student planner for free.
I love busy books (also called quiet books). They are little books, filled with various hands on activities for little people. Most of the ones I’ve seen are made from fabric and sometimes include textiles like snaps, ribbons, and felt. Today I’m sharing a printable summer busy book.
This year we build small raised beds for each of the kids to plant their own garden. We took them to a nursery and let them pick out their favorite plants.
I have been working on getting organized for next school year. I know, I know, it’s not even summer break yet. However, getting all these details hammered out now, will hopefully free me and my student up to really enjoy our summer.
Are you wondering if homeschool preschool is right for your family. Let me give you a few things to think about and also show you one of our favorite resources: the Preschool Daily Skill Builder.
I have been procrastinating on teaching the fifty states and their capitals. It’s a lot of information, and I want it be memorable rather than a memory exercise.