Dragon Themed Printable Worksheets – Pre-k through Kinder

For some reason, my kids love worksheets. I’ve bought a wide variety of workbooks as it is, and occasionally I’ll go through and print off a bunch of freebies from around the web to mix things up. Because I love all the free resources I’ve found, I also wanted to provide some for those who Continue reading


Basic Alphabet Printables – The Letter A

One thing at the top of my 2017 To-Do List is to create more homeschool printables. I wanted to start with a basic foundation – simple printables for reinforcing letter recognition in preschoolers. The first printable I’m bringing out is a simple page for the letter A, and I plan to do one for every Continue reading


Tailoring your homeschool to suit your child

One of my favorite things about homeschooling is that I can customize it to fit my child’s needs. Every child has a different learning style, and every child has their own unique interests. When you are the teacher, you can tailor everything to fit your child. This post contains affiliate and referral links. By clicking Continue reading


Preschool Painting – Process Art

I see value in both process art and product art for kids – they both have their place. Process art is incredibly fun, and can be a great time filler, all while nurturing creativity and independence. However, it doesn’t produce those “Pinterest perfect” pictures that can make fabulous gifts. The focus of process art is Continue reading


Preschool Geography and a Montessori book giveaway!

Preschool Geography & Fall in Love with Giveaways (10/5-10/19)

We recently began working on preschool geography with Evan. This will be ongoing for us, but it already seems to be sinking in a bit. My husband is from England, and we live in the US, so it really helps to get the map out and show Evan where his grandparents are. This past week Continue reading