The Winter Games are coming up this February 25th. Enjoy the events with your children by following and learning about them before they start. This Winter Games Printable Pack from Proverbial Homemaker includes lots of fun and learning about geographical areas, countdown until the Winter Games, coloring, lessons of all kinds, and more!
Get ready for the big day by handing out these adorable FREE Animal-Themed Valentines Day Cards from Homeschool Preschool. These Valentines Day cards are easy to obtain. All you have to do is print them out and cut them apart. Your kid can then write their name if they can on the cards and all […]
Are you tired of making sandwiches day after day? Is your child complaining of their lunch being constantly boring about having the same thing? Spice up your children’s lunches with bento boxes. You can start mixing and matching to create fun and healthy combos for school. Take a look at these fun and creative bento […]
Another great article from one of my favorite parenting authors: How to Help Your Kids (and Teens) Handle Transitions with Confidence What do entering kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school, college, and your first career have in common? The answer is transitions. BIG transitions. In these cases, they’re based on stages of life, while […]
End those boring kid days and start saving those cereal boxes to allow for some creative fun for your kids during their Winter break with these fun ideas we discovered: Simple and creative ideas for recycling cereal boxes! From One Good Thing by Jillee Click here to create fun Boxes, notebooks and pencil holders Cereal […]
Are you needing some new idea for your next family movie night or for some kid-friendly entertainment options? Check out these movies below that the whole family will love. Some of these are old classic, movies based on books, and more. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (ages 4 and up) is a classic high-flying film featuring […]
If you are looking for some creative ways to start a conversation with your children, check out these 50 Questions To Ask Your Kids Instead Of Asking “How Was Your Day” from Her View From Home. Some of these questions are: “What made you smile today?” “Did anyone do anything silly to make you laugh?” “What […]
Advancing technology is making new educational tools available to teachers, parents and students. Global spending on educational technology is growing 17 percent a year and will increase to $252 billion by 2020, according to a recent report by EdTechXGlobal. One of the most popular new technologies is learning management systems (LMS), which use online software to help […]
Make alphabet and phonics learning fun with this printable Alphabet Phonics Clip Cards Game! Click here to get these FREE Alphabet Phonics Clip Card Game Printable from kidsactivities.com.
Experts agree that reading aloud from birth through 3rd grade is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning. Starting on Monday, October 2, and continuing throughout the month, Read Aloud 15 MINUTES is challenging all parents and caregivers to include 15 minutes […]