3 little maids
Keeley is 5.
She will start school in the fall. We have K registration at the beginning of April. We’re already praying for her teacher(s). She has known how to count by 10s for a while. Recently I printed her a worksheet and explained how to count by 2s and 5s. She’s mastered counting […]
3 little maids
This is how we celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read across America day (combined). Be sure to read all the text to get more ideas!
Do you like them? Green scrambled eggs! They tasted great!
Breakfast reading, with a hard book and trying out the online reading feature of the library.
Casey got in on the action. 1fish2fish […]
Seuss-Activities from obseussed.com
Dr. Seuss would be 110! Born on March 2nd, 1904, and the author of many favorite children’s books, this celebrated author has encouraged and inspired many children into a lifelong love of reading!
While we’ll be celebrating his birthday by reading like last year, I’ve printed out a couple of activities for us to […]
Here’s a list of holidays you should/can/might wanna share with your kids! There’s a little bit of everything (go March).. check out the 26th! I’m thinking maybe it should be ‘mom relaxes while daddy takes the kids out of her hair’ day… don’t you?
March 1- Lion/Lamb
March 2 – Dr. Seuss‘ birthday
March 3- National Education Association’s […]
My kids LOVE puzzles. When I thought about having babies, I thought about the late nights and diapers, but my mind also jumped ahead to chubby fingers pushing puzzle pieces into place for the first time! Yup, I’ve been thinking ‘puzzles’ since before my kids were in utero!
Some of our favorite puzzles come from Melissa […]
how much dirt can I get into exactly without getting into trouble?
diligently opening a package
racing her sailboat
There’s a reason you’re only seeing blurry pictures or the back of this kid. She never.sits.still. She bounces, she twirls, she hums and clucks and sings and never stops noise or movement. She loves to pretend that she’s a […]