A few weeks ago I shared in my weekly email newsletter that we were starting our homeschool year. Some of you asked me to share what we are using for our homeschool curriculum and what our routine looks like. This is what we are doing so far for our preschool and kindergarten homeschool routine and […]
Children learn by doing. Encouraging independence, really does take one activity at a time. Here are some hands-on activities to get you started!
I’m always looking for ways to use items we already have in a new way. I love do-a-dot pages and you can use them in so many different ways instead of just the markers. So I created these DIY button and bead magnets that you can use for any hands-on activity. They work really well […]
I purchased some texture foam board a while ago and have been looking for some ways to use it. My daughter loves to categorize and organize things by different types, colors, shapes etc. I decided to make some texture pattern sticks for her to use for some hands-on pattern work, as well as a few […]
Toddlers are typically obsessed with water and washing things. At least my daughter was right around 2 1/2 years old. She would always imitate me with her own broom and dustpan when I sweep the floor and she also loved rinsing dishes at the sink. Even now at 6, she still loves helping out around the […]
We have been on a beach and ocean theme here this week, mostly because mama is really missing the beach right now. I decided to bring the beach to my daughter since she has yet to experience it. We set up a beach-themed water table outside and for inside we did this really fun seashell […]
I love hearing from readers! One of my GHOK readers reached out to me with a request for an All About Me Editable Worksheet that she could give to her daughter’s teacher at the beginning of school. She had found some great options on Pinterest, but none of them were editable on the computer. So […]