Homeschooling Prep: Dr. Seuss Book Club

As a busy homeschooling mom, I’m always looking for awesome resources to use with my kids. So I was excited to learn about the Dr. Seuss™ & His Friends book club! When you join, you’ll receive a Welcome Package with 5 storybooks for just $5.95 plus a FREE Dr. Seuss™ & His Friends Activity Book. […]

5+ Fun Ways to Practice Spelling

Fun Ways to Practice SpellingWith school just around the corner, now is the time to begin firing back up the brain for learning!  One of the subjects that kids struggle with most, especially in elementary school, is spelling. Remember writing those long lists of spelling words over and over again? While those exercises may have helped us memorize the […]

Cool Math Games for Boys

cool math games for kids (STEAM)Although, boys have a strong love of Math generally speaking, that is not always the case. In some cases, boys may LOVE Math, but yet still struggle with obtaining  a handle on a particular concept. That’s why I’ve rounded up many websites you can check out to help the boy in your life with grasping […]

Big and Small Sorting Activities

Big and Small Sorting Activities for KidsLearning to is one of the important math concepts for toddlers and preschoolers to master. Understanding the difference between big and small is a big step toward classifying items in a set, which is a good foundation for counting. The good news is that this is a fairly simple skill to introduce to children, especially […]

Texas Crafts for Kids

Texas Crafts for KidsThey say “Everything is bigger in Texas” and, if you’ve ever been to the Lone Star state, you know that’s true! Texas is the biggest state in the lower 48 United States. (Only Alaska is larger.) But it’s not just land size that makes Texas a unique state. It’s home to a booming oil and […]

Letter Q Activities for Kids

Letter Q ActivitiesWhen Thomas was little, he had some problems with a couple different letters in school.  So, I spent weekends and evenings doing some extra work on certain letters (before pulling him out to homeschool him).  Q was really difficult for him because it looks so similar to other letters.  These Letter Q Activities for Kids were just […]

Letter Q Activities for Kids

Letter Q ActivitiesWhen Thomas was little, he had some problems with a couple different letters in school.  So, I spent weekends and evenings doing some extra work on certain letters (before pulling him out to homeschool him).  Q was really difficult for him because it looks so similar to other letters.  These Letter Q Activities for Kids were just […]

Louisiana Crafts for Kids

Louisiana Crafts for KidsLouisiana is easily one of the most unique states in the U.S. It has a culture, geography, and history that is all its own. And that makes it a great state to study with kids! When you’re ready to work on a unit study about the Bayou State, be sure to add these easy Louisiana crafts […]