You’ve Got This

YOU’VE GOT THIS This has been on my letter board since the start of 2020. I put this encouraging message on my board as a daily reminder that I can do whatever I put my mind to. During this time, I think we all really need this message more than ever. You may be overwhelmedContinue reading “You’ve Got This”

Nerf Gun Learning

Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Does your child love playing with Nerf Guns? This post might be for you! You can use my one simple set up below for many different educational topics! Shoot the________ (Fill in the Blank) Using Nerf Guns is a great way to get children motivated to learn! HowContinue reading “Nerf Gun Learning”

Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words at Home

Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. What are sight words and why does my child need to know them? Sight words are words that need to be memorized because they do not follow the typical rules of spelling and they are not easily decoded. The goal is for students to be able to recognizeContinue reading “Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words at Home”

Free Educational Websites for Learning at Home

I have compiled some of the many FREE educational websites that are available for at home learning. Some of these are only free now during COVID-19. Math Bedtime Math Funbrain K-5 Math Teaching Resources Math Game Time Math Playground Prodigy Splash Learn Xtra Math Science Amazing Space Discovery Mindblown Code Academy Code.org Home Safari -CincinattiContinue reading “Free Educational Websites for Learning at Home”

Daily Learning Schedule Ideas for All Ages

Many parents and caregivers may now be home with their children due to COVID-19. If you are like me, you like a schedule! I have provided some example daily schedules for various aged children. Remember, these are just examples and frameworks. Your day may not always go as planned and you will need to beContinue reading “Daily Learning Schedule Ideas for All Ages”

Five Senses Fun

A lot of people are now homeschooling their children and they may not be sure where to start. They may be overwhelmed with schoolwork sent home to complete, creating a schedule, etc. I will try to post more frequently during this time to provide more FREE and fun activities for parents and caregivers. I cameContinue reading “Five Senses Fun”

How to Make Oobleck

Stuck inside? Try this fun science activity! WARNING: Making Oobleck is messy but fun! Oobleck is a non-Newtonian fluid. What does that mean? It becomes solid under pressure and flows like a liquid without pressure! This makes it very fascinating to play with! How to Make Oobleck: Materials: Measuring Cup Bowl Spoon Ingredients: 2 cupsContinue reading “How to Make Oobleck”

St. Patrick’s Day Activities

This post contains Amazon affiliate links. This post was supposed to be published last week, but with everything going on in the world right now, life got a little crazy! Here are a few last minute St. Patrick’s Day Activities. Elementary Activities Lucky Charms St. Patrick’s Day Math Have some fun doing math with LuckyContinue reading “St. Patrick’s Day Activities”

What does a Working Mom Pack in a Pump Bag?

Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. “What do I pack in my pump bag” was something I began searching as my first maternity leave was coming to an end. I had finally SORT of figured out breastfeeding and was preparing to try to figure out pumping at work. It seemed very scary and IContinue reading “What does a Working Mom Pack in a Pump Bag?”

Read Across America Week: Themed Days

Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Dr, Seuss Read Across America Week is one of my favorite weeks of the school year! Not only do we celebrate Dr. Seuss and all of hisContinue reading “Read Across America Week: Themed Days”