Is your preschooler struggling with math, or are do you want a head start on introducing it to your toddler? This activity is the perfect hands-on way to work on math with little ones!
The concept of time can be difficult for little minds to grasp. This is an easy craft you can make to help teach time to your preschooler or kindergartener!
There are many ways to homeschool. It’s important to look at the perks of each style and decide what’s best for your family! Today we are going into some of the benefits of a literature-based approach.
Learning the alphabet should be fun, and can be a jumping off point for so many other topics! This week we focused on some engaging activities to get better acquainted with the letter N.
Ease into your homeschool mornings with a morning basket. They’re a perfect balance between productivity and simple enjoyment. You may be surprised at what an impact they have on the rest of your school day!
Make your own nature journal for your kids to take on their next adventure! Having a place to record their surroundings is an incredible way to further their learning and observational skills!
Looking for a book that your baby or toddler can love on without ruining? Try Indestructibles! They can be chewed on, pulled on, and more without falling apart.
Teach your kids to read and write the fun way– with Night Zookeeper! This review of the online program goes into details on how it can help and encourage your budding creatives.
Teach your kiddos to love reading with this literature-based curriculum. BookShark has hand picked the perfect books to provide a quality homeschool education.
School will be here before we know it! If you are homeschooling, I highly suggest checking out WinterPromise. It’s an interactive, experience-based curriciulum that fully engages your little learners. Here’s our first impressions of it!