Here is a simple and fun experiment to add to your Summer Bucket list of fun – Recycle those tin cans and help your kids make a tin can telephone. Click here for how to instructions.
One of the most fundamental academic competencies childrenare expected to master in early childhood is reading. In many ways, this iswhat sets the stage for more the more formal learning process and contributesgreatly to one’s success in the classroom. However, while many children areable to master basic reading skills, it is not uncommon that this […]
With Summer 1/2 over here in our home I’m beginning to look for new ideas on keeping my kids brains active. One idea is to get them to create a Summer journal of all the things they have done and will be doing before they head back to school this fall. I came across these […]
Summer is the perfect time to teach your kids the value of couponing – Begin by creating an organized coupon system that your kids can use to begin learning how to save money with the use of coupons Click here for one simple idea that I shared over at SC Johnson a few months ago […]
File folder games are the perfect on the go games for traveling, sitting in waiting rooms, camping or any on the go situation. File Folder Farm has a great selection of FREE file folder games you can create for those on the go times. Click here to get your FREE file folder games. Add creating […]
Recently my friend’s third grader asked her why Japan got hit by an earthquake and how many people were killed. Like myself and many parents I know, these questions often come as a shock. Instead of a thoughtful answer, our response it often an incredulous, “who told you about the earthquake in Japan?!” For those […]
Is reading on your Summer bucket list? Summer is the perfect time to take a trip to your local library to borrow books and sign- up for library cards if your kids don’t already have them. Start a summer reading log with your kids using these fun FREE printables from Creative Mama. Click here to […]
#1 – Half Price Books Half Price Books FREE reading program begins June 1, 2011 and runs until July 31, 2011. Kids ages 14 and under who read 600 or more minutes during June and July can earn a $5 Half Price books shopping card Simple Steps to Participate: 1. Get a Feed Your […]
Get ready for summer learning fun with these adorable free alphabet flash cards from The Hand Made Home. Click here to get your Free flash cards.
Each Sunday my children would arrive out of their Children’s church service with a slip of paper that had their memory verse on it. Many times these papers would get stuffed into their bibles, left on the car floor or misplaced in some pile in our home, only causing us to go on a hunt […]