Help yourself get organized with this Back to School Planner Mini-Set from Sweet Planning Printables. It comes with tracking school supplies, keep tracking of screen and social time your children are getting, and more. Click here to download the printable!
Look at all the fun educational things you can do with painted rocks. Click here to get this tip from i Game Mom.
Free printables for preschool or early elementary as a way to practice letter and number recognition and fine motor skills. Click here to get this FREE Hidden Letter & Number Printable from Typically Simple.
When my children were little I loved hearing them mispronounce their words. It was absolutely adorable but at the same time they were growing up so fast. Most preschooler-aged children hold onto some of the baby expressions. It’s important to encourage our children to develop their language skills no matter how cute their baby talk […]
Summer is still here but that doesn’t mean your children need to stop learning. There are plenty of fun activities to keep your preschoolers engaged or even if they aren’t in school just yet. Here are some fun Alphabet Printables from Home School Preschool your child can enjoy doing. There is identifying the letters in […]
Would you like to send your child to the UK for their education? The UK education system is one of the best in the world, so it makes sense for parents to consider this option for their son or daughter. However, before you make a final decision about whether or not to send your child […]
Here’s something new and fun to print. It’s duplo lego number cards that you can use as a learning tool. Be sure to read the link provided and find 5 fun ways to use the cards. Click here to get this FREE Duplo Number Card Printables from Learn with Play at Home.
Summer is a great time to be outside and enjoy the day with fun activities. When your are lounging around outside in the sun, it’s a good time to grab a book. It’s also a great time to keep the kids actively learning by reading while out of school. Here is a fun Summer Reading […]
During the summer, most people look forward to going to the beach, relaxing with a tall glass of lemonade in their backyards, and being around family. When school lets out, however, your summer plans might include taking care of a household of listless children. If you are a mom who is wrapping up a semester […]
One way to make reading fun during the summer is to track the number of books read with these printable Summer Reading Logs for June and July. Click here to get these FREE Summer Reading Logs for Kids Printables from Raising Super Heroes.