Somehow in all my wanderings online to find worksheets, I landed on education.com. It has a ton of worksheets great for homeschooling, crafting, or just keeping the kids occupied. You have to use your email address to sign up and download worksheets, but then you can ‘collect’ them to organize them, and that way you […]
Here’s a breakdown of week 2:
We talked about the day, what month it was, the weather, and what season was coming up.
She wrote down her spelling words and then traced some fun autumn words. She liked tracing better. It was easier.
I printed out a blank map of the world with the continents labeled and had […]
I am pinning some of the stuff I’m using/will use on Pinterest, so check out my boards: Fauxmschooling and Printables
Let’s face it, pre-school seems to mostly be about learning to get along and giving the kids something to do for a couple of hours a day, along with learning some things like: colors, shapes, alphabet.
Mmm! Cupcake-does 2 get any better?
See Brennan at ONE! and as a newborn! Wow that seems like yesterday! I remember, because I didn’t get to hold her for SIX hours! They wouldn’t let me feed her for 24. I was about to kick someone’s arse!
Emotional: You know this hasn’t changed much in 2 years. The […]
Like most at-home parents, I struggle with trying to provide educational opportunities for my kids. Either we talk about things that are really advanced (which is good for stretching the mind, but leads to more complex questions) or it seems overly simplistic and boring. Nobody wants to do A is for apple, B is […]
These are our top picks for ages 3-8, your pre-reader that can listen to stories, to kids who are reading well on their own. Some books might even go a little older, but in the read-together sense or read-aloud, the following will be a big hit with the youngin’s:
Ten Lucky Leprechauns by Kathryn Heling –this […]