Our Favorite Thanksgiving Books

Nothing gets me quite like a good book, y’all. And tonight while shopping for random necessities, some good books got me. I’ve been wanting to add some new Thanksgiving books to our collection and I did just that! So I thought I’d pass along our good fortune and share our favorite Thanksgiving books with you! Click…

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Thanksgiving Themed Math and Literacy Activities for Preschoolers

It’s time to break out the Thanksgiving-themed fun! And if you’re like me and have all the yummy Thanksgiving treats on your mind, this Thanksgiving-themed Math and Literacy unit is for you! For this month’s unit, Michelle and I took inspiration from all of our favorite Thanksgiving foods and activities! Read on to check them…

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4 Steps to Simple Sub Plans

When I was still in the classroom, the most dreaded task I faced was planning for a substitute teacher. This became especially tricky during my last year of teaching. I taught 1st grade until I was 39 weeks pregnant. Frequent bouts of morning sickness, migraines, and the many necessary doctor appointments meant I was always…

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Life Cycle Studies for Little Ones

One of the best things I’ve learned so far on our very short homeschool journey is that following LG’s interests brings so much joy and excitement to our school time! I noticed she was asking lots of questions about animals and how things grow, so we jumped on her interest and started studying with this…

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Letter Names and Sounds Activities

As LG gets older, some of our favorite activities to do together are for practicing letter names and sounds! We love using all sorts of materials to make our practice as hands-on as possible, from sensory play to music. So today I wanted to share with y’all our favorite letter names and sounds activities! Click…

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Bible Study for Little Ones

I may be a mother of only one little bitty but if there’s anything I’ve learned as she gets older, it’s that kiddos have questions. All. The. Questions. Sometimes these questions are simple – “How do apples grow?” But other times, these questions are so much deeper and much more important. One of LG’s questions recently…

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15+ FREE Preschool and Kindergarten Resources

We are having SO much fun hunting down cute, hands-on activities for our homeschool preschool routine this year. While we’re searching, I thought it would be fun to make things easier for YOU by rounding up tons of FREEBIES from some of my Preschool and Kindergarten friends! CLICK HERE to read more about our 3-4…

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Morning Work Daily Routine

How I begin my day has a major impact on how the rest of my day goes. When I was still teaching 1st grade in the classroom, I left every afternoon with morning work already placed on my students’ desks. This allowed me to come in, drop my bags, and get straight to greeting my students.…

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