Halloween Worksheet for Confusing Letters

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Free Father’s Day Writing Prompts

Free Father’s Day Writing Prompts Check out this cute Writing Prompts from Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading Father’s Day! Great for Preschool and Younger Elementary aged students.

The League and The Lantern: A Rip-Roaring Adventure Series

The League and The Lantern: A Rip-Roaring Adventure Series Do your children take a break over the summer or just a lighter load? We take a couple of weeks off and then start back with a lighter load. We also have a summer reading list and a weekly book club. Let me tell you about […]

Free Fine Motor Long Vowel Activity Printable

Free Fine Motor Long Vowel Activity Printable   Your early learners need to work on their fine motor skills too and this free printable will help with both phonics and fine motor skills! Once kids know phonics reading will be easier for them! Teaching your kids phonics and how to recognize consonants and vowels is […]

Free Alliteration Printable Pack

Free Alliteration Printable Pack Tara at Embark on the Journey has some fun new printables to help you teach alliteration. If your kids have ever giggled through tongue twisters, they’ll love learning more about alliteration. These freebies work well for all age groups, and are a great starting point for fun writing activities. She also […]

Free Printables for Teaching Cause and Effect

Free Printables for Teaching Cause and Effect Tara at Embark on the Journey has some fun new printables to help you teach cause and effect. These freebies work well for all age groups, and are a great starting point for fun writing activities. She also includes a list of books you can use to help […]

Using Teddy Bear Cards for Preschool Letter Activities Learning

Using Teddy Bear Cards for Preschool Letter Activities Learning Preschoolers are such a sponge! They learn through play and their minds grow and beg for more. Using the Learning 2 Walk Teddy Bear Matching Preschool Letter Cards will help those absorbent minds grow in a fun and laid back kind of way. Without having to force any learning children […]

The Three Little Pigs Count to 100 {Book Review}

The Three Little Pigs Count to 100 {Book Review} I think most of us and our children know the traditional story about the three little pigs, right? Well Grace Maccarone has written a new book, The Three Little Pigs Count to 100, which introduces children to the classic story but with a slight twist!

Learn With Homer {Review}

Do you have a young one at home that is learning how to read? With all of the apps, games, and fun tools that claim to teach our kids how to read, it’s hard to decide which one to use! But I have started using the website & app “Learn with Homer” and I’m excited […]

Phonics for Kindergarten Workbook {Review}

My son recently started his Kindergarten year and I’ve been looking for extra help and work books that deal with phonics and letter practice. I found a book called Phonics for Kindergarten from Amazon and wrote a post about it on my blog, It’s A Weghorn Life.

Living History Books: Washington and Adams

Living History Books: Washington and Adams While working through American History this year, thumb Nebby from over at Letters From Nebby has been sharing the lists of books and lesson plans. Now she is sharing her list of books and lessons on the history of the presidencies of Washington and Adams. If you are looking […]

Whatever Wanda {Book Review}

How often do our kids, or ourselves, have a bad attitude? I hate how it seems to make a day or event drag on forever! But if we can coax our kids (or us), into a better mood, then everyone usually enjoys themselves! And that’s the point of the book, Whatever Wanda by Christy Ziglar.

Mind-Mapping for the Visual Learner

As homeschooling parents one of the most frustrating lessons can be found in teaching your child how to write a paper. I’ve heard numerous accounts that can attest to the fact that it can be a long process. Will they be able to write clearly enough to tackle the SAT’s? What about when they get […]

FREE Printable: The Secret Garden – Make Your Own Terrarium

World for Learning shares with us a fun, hands-on activity for The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett – make your own terrarium! You’ll learn how an ecosystem works and be able to download their FREE printable that includes a supplies list and step-by-step instructions (with pictures) to create your very own terrarium. With a […]

FREE Printable: How to Start a Book Club for Kids

Starting a Book Club for Kids doesn’t have to be scary … in fact it can be a LOT of fun, given the right “formula”! Download your FREE checklist today and find out how you too can have a successful Book Club for Kids.