The Christmas season has officially arrived. Here is our printable, Christmas prewriting book we will be using this month. Read More
One of the great things about being an educator is the ability to present good, true, and beautiful content for our children to learn from. Today we are going to look at the type of book that accomplishes this goal: a living book. Read More
Loop scheduling can be a fantastic scheduling tool for homeschool families. Not only does it allow you to cover substantial material but also gives you a workable plan that doesn’t leave you stressed.
Homeschool styles are simply the different ways you can do homeschool. By having a general knowledge of these styles you are better equipped to choose the one that will best fit your family.
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.
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
Our family is a couple weeks out from officially starting school back up, but I’m am getting some of our resources together. Today I will be sharing the first day of school signs we will be using.
Here is the first book of my Prewriting Series for Preschoolers. It focuses on introducing the pencil, as well as, simple strokes, and basic lines.
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.