Earth Day Activites for Kids

Earth Day activities

The following post is from Jamie of See Jamie Blog: The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.” Psalm 24:1 My Creation-loving dad was a very big influence on my love and appreciation of nature. I hope to instill the same in my own children. With […]

Shape Identification and Counting Worksheet Printable

Shape Flower Recognition Printable

The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online Here’s a fun and easy activity to work on shape recognition and counting.  In this, children will recognize and count shapes that they see that make up a picture of a flower.

Printable Shapes Resources for Preschoolers

Shapes House

The following post is from Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner Shapes are such a fun thing to teach to the preschool crowd!  Besides encounters in everyday life, there are fun activities to help young ones learn shapes. Here are several shapes resources that I use in our homeschool with my little ones. Shape and Pattern […]

Resources for Children’s Dental Health Month: Books, Crafts, Printables and More!

childrens dental health

The following post is from Dianna of The Kennedy Adventures. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting our authors! February marks Children’s Dental Health Month – what better time to teach your little ones the importance of taking care of their teeth? I’m sharing some of the best books, crafts, and resources that […]

Free Resources for Teaching World Geography

free world geography resources

The following is a post from contributing writer Dianna Kennedy and may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this author. Trying to teach your children world geography? You’ll want to explore these free resources for world geography with your family. These websites, printables, games, books, and tools are helpful for students from […]

Shapes Themed Printables Packet

Shapes Themed Printable Packet

The following post and printable is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online: With my own children in third, seventh, and eighth grade, it’s been a long time since we were working on shapes that didn’t involve talking about their angles or include things like trapezoids and parallelograms.  […]

Printable Learning Activities for Preschoolers

Printable Learning Activities for Preschoolers

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner.   The internet is filled with printable learning activities for preschoolers.  Here are a few tried-and-true resources I use in my own home with my preschoolers: Cut & Paste Patterns – Free Homeschool Deals 4-page set of cut & paste patterns with […]

5 Ways to Use Games to Teach Reading

5 Ways to Use Games to Teach Reading

The following is a post from contributing writer Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. Games make learning fun. Having fun gets kids engaged and being engaged aids retention. During the preschool and early elementary years, we used games nearly every day. I particularly enjoyed being able to use games to teach reading. There are so […]

Preschool Science Experiments

preschool science experiments

The following is a post from contributing author Dianna Kennedy and contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support. Looking for resources to help you teach science to preschoolers? This list of awesome preschool science experiments will get your children on the right track to become super scientists! Water Beads for Preschoolers Part of the fun […]

Christmas Tree Theme for Preschool and Early Elementary

Christmas Tree Theme

The following is a post by contributing writer, Tanya of Finding the Teachable Moments. I have been noticing (and pinning) so many cute Christmas tree themed activities lately.  If you are planning a Christmas Tree Unit Study this season, I hope you will find the following links helpful. Books Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree A Wish […]

The Prepared Homeschool: How to Rock the Days That Don’t Go Perfectly

The Prepared Homeschool

The following post is written by contributing writer Amanda from The Scarlet Paisley. Some days are just a special kind of crazy, aren’t they? We all know them. We all have them. Those days when everything seems to be falling apart, upsetting the plans made in our most optimistic moments. Days like this have the ability […]