Roll and Cover Math & Literacy Activities

Have you ever seen a manipulative and known right away you’ve GOT to make something fun for it?! That’s how I felt about these alphabet and number dice from the Target Dollar Spot! We have some sorry luck finding some of our favorites like mini erasers, but when I found these dice they quickly turned…

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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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School Themed Math and Literacy Centers

August is here! Can you believe it?! Michelle (Smitten with First) and I are so excited about our newest addition to our Preschool/Kindergarten Math & Literacy Units! These have been a huge help and so much fun for our homeschool preschool routine. Below are the activities we’ll be using this August from our School Themed Unit! One of…

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Our Favorite Preschool Sensory Activities

One of our absolute FAVORITE ways to practice for school time is through preschool sensory activities! For years now, LG has loved sensory bins and has really worked up a good stamina for playing with them independently. So when we first began homeschool preschool, I knew it was time to add a little academic twist!…

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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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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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Preschool Tracing Cards

Colors and numbers and letters, oh my! While it’s still hard for me to admit, I now have a preschooler on my hands (WHERE did my baby go?!) and she’s so excited to learn all. the. things. So to make the most of this excitement, I put together this fun bundle of preschool tracing cards…

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Preschool Sensory Bins

If you’ve been around here long enough, you know I have a pretty solid love of sensory bins. I love them for so many reasons, and I can’t wait to share many of those reasons with you another day. But today I want to focus on one of my favorite things about these preschool skills…

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