Worm Life Cycle

Recently, I have discovered that my children and I are pretty into gardening! We have purchased many interesting seeds and have started experimenting and testing things in the garden. Naturally, I am loving tying this into our learning activities. We have been studying our worm life cycle again to learn more about healthy soil and [...]

Easter CVC Activities for Beginning Readers

After children have learned letter sounds, you can start to introduce simple consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) reading activities. Today, I want to share some fun Easter themed CVC activities for beginning readers! Easter CVC Activities Before I introduce the activities and printables we have been using, I wanted to briefly explain what CVC words are. CVC words [...]

By | 2019-03-23T23:26:38+00:00 March 26th, 2019|Easter, Kindergarten, Language, Preschool, Reading, Spring|0 Comments

Spring Learning Activities Building Blocks Cards

We are starting to switch gears from Winter themed materials to spring learning activities. Today, I am happy to share a brand new material with you that is perfect for spring and busy little hands! Spring Learning Activities - Building Blocks Cards I was inspired to create something that my Lego lover would enjoy, and [...]

By | 2019-02-22T15:40:38+00:00 February 22nd, 2019|3-6 years old, Kindergarten, Spring|0 Comments

Green Bean Life Cycle Hands-on Activities

Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Even though I do not live in the United States anymore, Thanksgiving is still a holiday I like to celebrate with my family. One of the dishes I always make is a green bean casserole. To be honest, it's that dish that inspired me to create our green bean life cycle [...]

Corn Life Cycle Hands-on Learning Activities

Autumn is such a fun time to explore corn. Today, I want to share our corn life cycle activities with you! My students love using the spinner and hands-on activities to learn about corn. It's a great time of year for this theme since children are able to see fields of corn growing in rural [...]

Halloween Slime Recipe – Toxic Waste Slime

So it happened...My son has asked me to make slime. For a long time, I resisted, but in the end, the trend has even hit our home. We make play dough often, but I never bothered with slime until recently when we made this awesome Toxic Waste Slime! It was such a fun one to [...]

By | 2018-10-20T20:10:28+00:00 October 21st, 2018|Elementary, Fine motor, Kindergarten|0 Comments

Sunflower Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

I have been just waiting for fall to start so I could finally set up these sunflower activities for my kiddos! I love fall, and my kids at school get so excited seeing the big sunflower plants growing in the village farms! They're beautiful and so interesting. The children ask so many questions about how [...]

Leaves Preschool Activities

With all the gorgeous changes happening to the trees outside, my kiddos have been asking so many questions about leaves. I want to share some of my favorite leaves preschool activities with you! These are great for inquisitive children to explore and learn so much about the world around them! Leaves Preschool Activities Age: 4+ [...]

By | 2018-09-21T11:31:12+00:00 September 21st, 2018|3-6 years old, Activites, Fall (autumn), Kindergarten, Preschool|0 Comments

Fall Ideas for Preschool – Tracing and Cutting

Fall is right around the corner! In just a few days, it will officially be scarf and pumpkin pie season! I have soooo many fun pumpkin activities that I am dying to sharing with you! In the meanwhile, I have this fun set of fall tracing strips. You can use them in multiple ways actually- [...]

15+ Amazingly Empowering Books for Girls

I recently decided to ummmm... go a little wild expanding our home library. I completely justify it though because I can use all of these books at school, too! So I guess over 30 kids will be able to get use of them! Completely justifiable ;) One of the reasons though that I am so [...]

By | 2018-09-16T11:17:46+00:00 September 16th, 2018|3-6 years old, Books, Elementary, Kindergarten, Materials|0 Comments