How to Set Up Your Homeschool Preschool Basket

Choose Your Organizer The first thing you need to consider is what type of organizer you’ll be needing. With LG being my only child to homeschool right now, using the basket shown above has been the simplest thing for me to use. It is able to hold all of her activities for 2 FULL WEEKS,…

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How to Plan for a Great Homeschool Preschool Year

Choose Your Goals The first thing I reevaluate each school year is what our goals are for that year. When it comes to Preschoolers, there are so many goals to consider! Social, emotional, fine motor, academic – there are tons of important skills to work on in the early years. And it’s important to consider…

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All You Need to Prepare Homeschool Preschool Resources

So you’ve figured out what skills you want to cover this year. You’ve even grabbed the materials you want to use. Next up? It’s time to prep all of your homeschool Preschool resources! YAY! While this part of the homeschool process can be a bit overwhelming, it’s truly one of my favorite parts! So today…

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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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RV Homeschool Preschool Storage

The #1 question I get both on the blog and Instagram is how on Earth I store all of our homeschool preschool resources. It took me a while to figure out exactly what worked best for us, but now that I’ve finally gotten everything settled I’m excited to share with you all! Getting started with…

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Homeschool Preschool Routine for 3 Year Olds

One of my favorite things about homeschool preschool is the ability to pack so much learning into a small amount of time. Really, that’s a blessing with homeschooling any age! This school year LG is 3 and a half turning 4, so we’re ramping up our learning time just a bit! We’ll be focusing on…

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Preparing Sensory Bins

One of my newest sensory bin obsessions has been turning our bins into mini bins! This first came about when my dear friend Rachael from Texas Speech Mom shared this hack as a traveling SLP. Considering we’re dealing with a small space ourselves as RVers, I knew this would be a perfect solution for using…

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Work-at-Home Mom Tips – Toddler Activities

Happy Tuesday, y’all! I’m excited about today’s post because so many of you have asked how on earth I keep my little one busy while I work! In my last post, I shared that my go-to work rule is to work while LG is sleeping. But sometimes, a deadline is quickly approaching and I have…

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Work-at-Home Mom Tips – Routine

Hey friends! I’m so excited to bring this series of blog posts to you! I’ve had so many questions about how on Earth I manage to survive the RV life with a toddler, especially when it comes to working at home. If you’re new to the blog, I create educational resources for Elementary teachers and…

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