Last Minute DIY Father’s Day Handprint Card

Do you need a last minute card for the special dad, father figure, or grandfather in your kids’ life? Check out this adorable, quick and easy editable Father’s day craft. You can download the “Best Daddy Hands Down” freebie below. You will need: Best Daddy Hands Down Craft FREEBIE Card stock Paint 1. Download myContinue reading “Last Minute DIY Father’s Day Handprint Card”

DIY Silhouette Portrait

I first saw the idea to create DIY silhouettes of your children on the amazing YouTube channel House of Hunts Vlogs. I knew I wanted to do this for my children when they turned one, but I didn’t have all the materials from the tutorial. I made some modifications and it was actually a fairlyContinue reading “DIY Silhouette Portrait”

Learning with Chalk

Shapes & Colors Hopscotch Draw as many different colored shapes outside with chalk as you would like and turn it into a fun movement activity that also helps children identify shapes and colors. Have your shapes in somewhat of a path for your child. Littlest Learners Where is the square? Hop on the square. FindContinue reading “Learning with Chalk”

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”

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”

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”

Celebrating the 100th Day of School

The 100th day of school is SO MUCH FUN. It is a great way to celebrate learning. I will be sharing some fun ways to celebrate being 100 days smarter. These activities are mainly for the primary grades, but you can find so many ideas on Pinterest for any age! 100 Years Old on theContinue reading “Celebrating the 100th Day of School”

Why would I Follow this Blog? I’m not a Teacher…

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links to Amazon Is this blog just for teachers? NO! This blog is for anyone who wants to do fun activities with children of all ages. I will be posting a variety of activities for babies, toddlers, and elementary school aged children. Yes…some of it will be directed towards teachers,Continue reading “Why would I Follow this Blog? I’m not a Teacher…”

Welcome to Taylored to Teach!

Hey everyone! My name is Jenn and I would like to welcome you to my new blog, Taylored to Teach! I am a wife to my amazing husband, a mama to two littles who are two and under, and a teacher. I have been an educator for 8+ years now. I have a Bachelors inContinue reading “Welcome to Taylored to Teach!”