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
Play dough mats are the perfect thing to pull out for an easy activity. They are also an awesome tool for teaching because they engage the hands, as well as, the mind.
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
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
Experience-based giving seems to be the buzz among my mom friends. No breaking the bank for plastic that will loose their interest before the day is out. I’m listening. Read More
There’s always that question when you jump into home school, “What do I do with my kids that are not yet school age?” Read More
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. Read More
My three-year old son loves to be a participant in school time. Sometimes its as simple as listening to our read aloud while he plays with his cars and other times he wants to feel like he is actively pursuing higher education. ? Read More