Free Crochet Mask Pattern

For Children and Adults

Everything you do, big or small is important to your community. While several sit at home. Many are still working and exposing themselves to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). I am a stay home mom and homeschool my boys. It’s important to me to teach them how to be good people and help their community any way they can. Follow along for your FREE crochet mask pattern.

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Fun Ice Cream Preschool Activities

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<<.

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Daily Blogging Tasks

In the beginning, it was very hard for me to keep a schedule with my blog. I needed the chance to grow it whenever I can. Being a homeschooling mom takes a lot out of you.  So to find the right time to work on my blog was hard. Any time they have free play, napping, or after bedtime is the times I try to squeeze some time in for blogging. I do a little at a time rather than do it all at once.

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Why I Love Scholastic As A Homeschooling Mom

Attention homeschooling moms, if you haven’t joined scholastic please sign up. You are missing out on great learning materials for your children. When I was a preschool teacher I had signed up for scholastic. I love books and if you follow me on Instagram you have seen my book collection. Once I started homeschooling I knew right away that I wanted to sign up my own account with my children. Family and friends order books and we get points to get free books for our classroom. Not only books though, but you also get games and learning activities. If you save enough points you can get tons of other helpful teaching tools such as furniture and shelving units.

Every month you get a little catalog to look through and you can decide to purchase something or not. Almost every holiday and children’s birthday party we go to, they get books. I love books and I also love to promote reading. Scholastic will offer a special feature book that they mark down to $1.00 for the month, totally worth it.

They also have little promotions if you order online to get a free book after $25.00 you spend plus the points are added for your classroom. If you are not ready to set up your own classroom but you want to purchase books you can always go here and order to help build our classroom.

Sign up as a teacher, you create a name for your “school” which I named mine “Bright Futures” When I was growing up I figured I would own a childcare center as my family did and I wanted to name it Bright Futures. I was glad that I got a chance to name my little “school”. Also sign up for the teacher store because you can get access to purchase some great learning posters and borders. If you have an in-home center they do offer curriculum as well.

I know you will enjoy scholastic as much as we do. Check it out, we have gotten some amazing books. I’m actually expecting a package today. Let me know if you have used scholastic before. Have a beautiful day. Love ya, Mary xoxoxo

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