Today I’m sharing some Thanksgiving placemats and conversation cards. 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. Our Thanksgiving Traditions With that being said, one of my favorite…
Adopting a letter for a week is a super easy way to teach the alphabet along with all it’s sounds. Here are a few of our favorite resources to teach these concepts.
When I taught Jovie to read, we used Alpha Phonics, as well as, the Bob Books. She is a great reader now, and even better than that, she loves it. Here is the gentle phonic-printable interactive folder that we are using.
Today I’m sharing one of my favorite aspects of a Charlotte Mason education: Copywork. This understated and simple, learning tool packs quite a punch when it comes to what it is capable of accomplishing for a child’s education.
Reading the analog clock is a necessary life skill, but not necessarily the easiest one to learn. The concepts needed to tell time can be complex for little ones, involving things like counting, skip counting, fractions, and more. Today I’m sharing a printable telling time learning folder.
Today I’m sharing a printable Spanish Interactive Learning Folder. We are introducing Spanish this year to our kids. Though my husband and I took Spanish in high school, we are planning to learn right alongside them.
There’s always that question when you jump into home school, “What do I do with my kids that are not yet school age?”
I have lost the wonder of checking the mail. Too many bills, fliers, and coupons to local pizza joints have clouded the thrill. It’s not to say all is lost, because the quiet walk across the driveway is truly quite refreshing. ?
I’ve received quite a few messages from moms recently who are wanting to know how to get started with homeschooling, so I thought I would tackle that multi-layered question to the best of my ability…from my personal experience.
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…