My kids are adults already, and I’m still in love with Goodnight Moon. Now I’m looking forward to the joy of reading Goodnight Moon to my future grandkids! Last week was Children’s Book Week, and I published a few...―
Spring is a great time for a pond unit. May is an especially good time for turtle activities since World Turtle Day is May 23. Today, I want to share some Montessori-inspired turtle and tortoise printables and activities from around the ...―
It’s the 15th of the month, and I have a new post at PreK + K Sharing … perfect for May! Today, I’m sharing the links to free printables I’ve used to create Montessori-inspired flower math activities for preschoolers ...―
Literature-based unit studies often fit well with Montessori education. Related hands-on activities are great extensions to sharing books with children. May 13-19 is Children’s Book Week, which is a perfect time to add a literature-based ...―
Who can help but enjoy springtime flowers?! “April showers bring May flowers.” What a fun thought. And U.S. Mother’s Day during May brings even more thoughts of flowers. While flower activities are great any time during the ...―
Welcome to my calendar of May themed activities for kids. You’ll find all my unit studies and holiday posts listed by themes in my “Should You Use Unit Studies?” post. Here you’ll find lots of themes for May according to...―
Nathan enjoys music and learning about a variety of instruments so when the opportunity arose to review Homeschool in the Woods' Activity Pack Hands on History Composers, I decided it would a good way for him to get an overview of a variety of...―
Happy Earth Day! April is a great time to focus on Arbor Day along with Earth Day. National Arbor Day is the last Friday in April, although many states observe Arbor Day on different dates according to their state’s best tree-planting time. ...―
I am always looking for interesting age appropriate stories for Cameron to read that can be worked into school activities. When I was given the opportunity to review a book and unity study from Progeny Press I saw a door opening for Cameron.....―
It’s the 15th of the month, and I have a new post at PreK + K Sharing! Today, I’m sharing the links to free printables I’ve used to create Montessori-inspired Earth Day activities for preschoolers through first graders. I show how ...―
I love spring, so April is an especially fun month for me. Today, I’m sharing my calendar of April themed activities for kids. You’ll find all my unit studies and holiday posts listed by themes in my “Should You Use Unit...―
Many of the activities in my post today can be used for both a literature-based unit and music appreciation. The Tortoise and the Hare is great as a stand-alone literature-based unit, but it’s even better when it’s combined with the...―
Who would have thought a meal can be made out of a simple baked potato then topped with a ...
For the most part, I enjoy clean, healthy eating. I try to stay away from frozen foods and ...
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