OK, first day of Fall in 2020 and things have changed a lot this year for everyone. But I want to make it the best I can for my kiddos. That’s why I made this no cook pumpkin spice play dough especially for them. We had tons of fun creating this play dough and of course spending lots of time playing with it as well.Continue reading “No Cook Pumpkin Spice Play Dough”
It is about that time we can all snuggle up and stay inside and play some games. Not that we haven’t done that most of this year. But when it comes to Fall time, it becomes more acceptable. I have a Fall sight word Bingo game for Kindergarteners for FREE. I am going to break it down how I put it together and show you how to play Bingo sight word game. There are 86 words. All the Preschool and Kindergarten Dolch Sight words. If you are interested in those flash card words along with more sight word activities, then you don’t want to miss this post HERE!Continue reading “Free Fall Bingo Sight Word Game”
Is this your first year homeschooling your children? Are you homeschooling because of COVID-19? This is my third year homeschooling my children but before this I worked with preschoolers over 15 years. I want to point you in the right direction to find free resource while homeschooling your little ones.Continue reading “Free Homeschooling Resource for Beginners”
For Preschool and Kindergarteners
Are you trying to find a good theme for the first week of school? I have a FUN, easy plan here for you. Pete the Cat is one of our favorite book series. We own quite a few of them. I would love to share some fun activities you can do with your preschool/kindergartener.Continue reading “First Week of School Theme Ideas”
Are you confused what a lesson plan is? Keep reading!!
Here you are thinking about homeschooling your young children this year and you do not know where to begin. That is okay. I am here to guide you in the right direction that most benefits your child. It can be very frustrating and overwhelming to find the right curriculum for your child and their needs. Create the best lesson plan for your child.Continue reading “Easy Way To Create Lesson Plans For Beginners”
Lego brick Learning challenges
Summer is around the corner, many of us are still stuck inside, this year. With vacations on hold, I have some amazing Lego brick ideas to share with you guys. You can make this summer fun (even if we are stuck inside).Continue reading “Lego Challenges, Games, and More”
Turn sight word practice into a game!
As some of you may know I have worked with children for over 15 years and homeschool my own. Over the years, I have found new fun ways to teach my children and I would like to share these sight word activities with you.Continue reading “Sight Word Activities For All Ages”
How many of you know what Arbor day is?
I can tell you that up till a few years ago I didn’t REALLY know what it was. I love that Arbor day is a day to celebrate trees. We’re coming up on the 150th anniversary for Arbor day. Do you know what trees give us? You can look back in my favorite book, The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein.Continue reading “The Importance of Celebrating Arbor Day”
Great ideas for Ice Cream Week!!!
I have some fun ideas for “Ice Cream” week. We usually did ice cream theme activities at the beginning of summer. But I decided that I wanted to do it for the beginning of the new school year. I found tons of ice cream stuff at Target on sale at the end of summer and thought it would be perfect for the new year. Also, check out our Teddy bear Preschool theme from last year>>HERE<<.Continue reading “Fun Ice Cream Preschool Activities”
What do you think about when you hear the word SPRING?
Spring makes me think of the cycle of life, crazy weather, gardening, Earth day and Easter fun. I have some ideas to share with you along with some fellow blogger’s ideas. I’m am so impressed how talented these mamas are and I want to thank them for helping me out.