Alphabet printables for preschoolers to practice letter recognition. Great to use with do-a-dot markers. Click here for these FREE Alphabet Letter Hunt Worksheet Printables from totschooling.
Last week, we shared the first five of our top ten parenting goals for the year. Here’s a recap: Equip and empower for independence Develop soft skills and professionalism Invest in your relationship Build a strong work ethic Quash any sense of entitlement We hope you took some quality time to consider how you’re doing […]
Last week, we challenged students to set fresh new goals to jumpstart the school year. Goals that would enrich their lives and build valuable leadership skills. Now, dads and moms, it’s your turn! We can always up our games, too. As we at LifeSmart evaluate the trends among today’s teens and young adults—the success stories and […]
Coloring is a great activity that can keep children busy for hours. There are millions of things that can be colored. Coloring is also a great tool to use to teach your young children about something new, such as the four seasons of the year. This Fall Activity Coloring Pages – Awesome Fall Printables for Kids […]
For any individual, whether you are young or old, sometimes it is easy to pick up on the “shortcomings” you might think you have. Above all else, it is important for parents to be aware of how their children are feeling when it comes to their self-esteem. Children can easily pay attention to the faults […]
Help your children learn more about equivalent fractions with this visual board game. It’s a fun way to help your kids learn about math, especially if they are struggling with learning the subject. Click here to get the Free Equivalent Fractions Board Game Printable from Math Geek Mama.
The children are back in school and we are already falling back into the same routine after the summer break. After the craziness of getting back into a routine the sick bugs will be here before we know it within a month or two. The kids will then need to stay home and get better. […]
As a parent you know your child should be sitting in the backseat. The warning sign on the sun visor of your vehicle tells you this important safety information. The backseat is determined to be the safest spot for your children under the age of 13 since this is the most secure spot away from […]
Soon your children will be in school for almost seven hours a day five times a week. It’s a full-time job almost for your little ones. During their time at school you don’t get to see them as often as you did during the summertime. You might be asking yourself what are they doing and […]
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.