It was never my intention to homeschool my children. In fact, it was almost faux pas, like “only those weird people who want to shelter their children from the real world” homeschool. Look at me now…I’m lovin it! It was Winter 2009 and everyone was planning and searching out preschools. So staying in the flow of “things your suppose to… Read More
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This week was a FUN and EXCITING week…..yet BUSY and DRAINING at the same time. Jada had Vacation Bible School all week long. So we had a lot of late to bed….late to rise days…..cause nobody wanted to get out of bed. So this made for shorter school days which is fine in the summer we are very, very laid… Read More
Hey I’m back again with another great pick. We did a lot of fun stuff this week, but the girls chose a matching activity as their fav this week. Choose any household items that have something in common (toothbrush & toothpaste; baby doll & baby bottle; fork & spoon etc:) Lay them out and have your tot or preschooler pair… Read More
Hey It’s that time again….Time for the girls to pick their favorite activity of the week. And the winner is ‘I Spy Alphabet’. This is an alphabet recognition game I started when my oldest was a little over a year old. She learned all of her letters by the time she was 20 months old. O.K., here is the gist… Read More
Preschool yarn art is a great activity to do with your kiddo. It works better with thicker yarn, but whatever you have available will do. All we had was the thin stuff. It was a little harder for their little fingers to control, but they enjoyed it. All you need is paper, glue and yarn. Cut strips or let… Read More