Timeline projects are a fun and creative way to present information about a subject. They can be used for a family tree, a school history project, or an all-about-me presentation. My son has a history project coming up on Abraham Lincoln and he wanted a unique way to display his history timeline so I created this Abraham Lincoln Timeline Template for him to fill out. Now, it’s available for you to download too!
Groundhog Day Worksheet Bundle
The long-standing tradition of Groundhog Day might mean very little to the average adult- myself included, but for kids, it can be a fun day to make predictions about the coming weather. This Groundhog Day Worksheet Bundle is perfect for the classroom or a homeschooling lesson plan. You can download it right from our Etsy Shop and make as many copies as you need.
Lego Volcano Science Experiment
This Lego Volcano Science Experiment is so fun and easy to add to your summer to-do list. It’s the perfect example of a baking soda and vinegar reaction test for Lego lovers. Just grab all your random Legos, some baking soda and vinegar, and you’ve got yourself a nice little science experiment. [Read more…]
Dr. Seuss Word Search
It’s Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2, and if you’ve got a little one at home who loves Seuss as much as mine does then check out this fun Dr. Seuss Word Search.
It’s Seuss week at school which means silly socks, hats, and wacky Wednesday wear. I don’t know about you but I LOVE Seuss week! It’s where my fun and creative side gets to shine as a mom of a kindergartener. I love to make silly shirts made of felt Green Eggs and Ham and The Lorax and the Truffula trees! [Read more…]
I Know My Phone Number Printable
If you’re a loyal follower, you know that we shared a great post with some different techniques on how to teach your child their phone a few years back. Back then I was showering thawed for printable worksheets to go along with my homeschooling efforts. But today I’m happy to be sharing my own printable worksheet that you can download to help when teaching your little one their own phone number(s). At the end of this post, you can find a link to our Test page which has this I Know My Phone Number Printable. [Read more…]
Sight Word Learning Pack- Many and Have
If you’re a homeschooling mama or just need some extra homework resources, you can download this Sight Word Learning Pack- Many and Have totally free in this post.
Attention all kindergarten parents…I see you. I hear you. Teaching a child to read is hard work. Even harder if your child is homeschooled and it falls completely on you to guide them. After homeschooling my son last year, during the prime pandemic time, I have an even greater appreciation for teachers. Teaching my son to read was [Read more…]
Kindergarten Halloween Worksheet Pack
Halloween is just around the corner and I’m getting excited for a day filled with fun activities, games, and dressing up of course. We like to make pizzas and decorate cookies (pre-made of course) in preparation for a night of dress-up and make-believe. In addition to some of the crafts I have planned, I’m adding this Kindergarten Halloween Worksheet Pack. [Read more…]
Roll and Write Letter Practice
For early readers, like my 5-year-old, letters and beginning letter sounds are the foundation for reading. I have found that for my little one when he practices writing his letters, it also helps activate and reinforce the method of memorizing the sounds each letter makes. This free printable- Roll and Write Letter Practice- is a fun activity that not only helps your early reader develop their writing skills needed for reading. [Read more…]
Easter Chick Sensory Bin
With Easter just around the corner, we’ve decided to share another fun sensory bin just in time for Spring break. This adorable Easter Chick Sensory Bin will keep your little ones busy while also stimulating all of their senses. At home, we love sensory bins. I use them all the time with my son and even the neighbor kids! [Read more…]
Digraphs QU, KN, CK Printable Pack
After a little break, we’re back at it again practicing digraphs. I’ve created practice posters and sorting activities that have really helped my little one identify the different digraphs and the sounds they make. If you’re a homeschool parent-teacher or kindergarten teacher, you know how difficult the task of reading can be for a child. There’s a lot to cover when teaching a child to read, including letter sounds, letter recognition, blends, vowels, digraphs, sight words, and CVC words. This fun Digraphs QU, KN, CK Printable Pack includes [Read more…]