You want to make your own place value unit that uses hands-on interesting activities, but who has time to go through the whole internet finding the best ones. This list is your time saver. See the best activities and products to help make learning enjoyable for you and your family. This post contains affiliate links. Read […]
At the beginning of this year, I made the decision to back off on homeschooling and learn about my child. We didn’t enroll her in another school. What did we do that whole year? Why did we do that? Read on friends. Why Did You Decide Not to Homeschool This Year There are a lot […]
My toddler loves cutting! She is past the “cut everything for fun” stage and into the “cutting for purpose” stage. Unfortunately, most of the cutting practices that I can find involve cutting through a picture which she is not willing to do. So I made her this: Actually, what I made for her didn’t have […]
I want to be more productive. I want to create healthy habits. But there is something stopping me. Me! I will grasp at the littlest excuse to not do something I know is good for me. Like following a routine. I know that my day goes so much better when I follow a consistent […]
We used Singapore Math this past year for first grade. In it, we were introduced to number bonds. Although I taught math for several years, I had never heard of number bonds before. I found the concept interesting. Once I found a good way for my daughter to use it, her understanding of place value […]
If you haven’t, read my post on making a clock at home. It was very useful for practice. I looked for some 3-part cards to help teach my children but couldn’t find any. So, I made my own! Here’s how we used them to give you some ideas.
I am not a speller. The way I was taught how to spell was to practice a list of 10 words writing them over and over and over again. The idea is that you will be able to recognize how a word is supposed to be spelled because you had written it so many times. […]