Today I am sharing this super-simple, size and color match, traffic light craft you can do with your littles. You can do it as a stand alone craft or add it to your transportation unit like we are. Size and Color Matching for Preschoolers This is a wonderfully simple craft for preschoolers. It’s not overcomplicated…
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 first made the Preschool Learning Folder for my son almost two years ago. It was a ton of work, but I loved the whole process. Not only that, it became a staple preschool resource in our home.
We have a local farm that opens its doors up to the public. It is the perfect place to go with our kids, because there are lots of animals and much to do.
Kids are so fascinated with bugs. There’s a natural curiosity to know what they do, how they live, and answer the question, “Will they hurt me?”
When we first started homeschool, we decided we would try to learn the names of the birds that frequent our backyard.
Here is a list of our favorite picture books about gardening.
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.
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…
Today I’m sharing different caddy options for organizing kid’s art supplies. Don’t you love that moment when you discover a new organizing hack or product that makes your life just a teensy bit more amazing?