When Thomas was little, he had some problems with a couple different letters in school. So, I spent weekends and evenings doing some extra work on certain letters (before pulling him out to homeschool him). Q was really difficult for him because it looks so similar to other letters. These Letter Q Activities for Kids were just […]
Just in time for Back to School uKloo Kids, Inc. brings you the children’s literacy game Early Reader Treasure Hunt. Developed as a reading game with the help of teachers, parents, kids, and special needs family testers, kids use clues and a “picture helper” poster to search and follow directions to the next clue. As […]
I write about boys’ learning over at Brain Power Boy and I am currently writing a large homeschool unit study on pirates. When I saw that Kelli had some great pirate learning activities on her site, I thought it would be neat to write up a resource of pirate learning activities for younger boys. I […]
I found this New Year’s printable pack for kids ages 2 to 7 on 3dinosaurs and wanted to share it. I hope you find the homeschooling freebies useful! Simply click the image above to go to the site and download the full kit – over 50 pages!
I found out about this awesome new addition to the Fisher-Price Website…Moments of Joy. It is a fantastic place to post past (or present) memorable moments! You know, the ones that you have to blog about, put on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram or email out. They are even having a contest right now as they […]
My kids have been enjoying JumpStart and Math Blaster for over a year now, they love it! I was excited to hear that the creators of these two award-winning educational games had the brilliant idea to launched a new partnership with DreamWorks and included a new interactive Madagascar land inside of JumpStart called the Central Park Zoo. […]
I love Legos and all that you can do with them! I am all about my kids learning… especially when they don’t realize they are! I think that is why my Lego board is one of my most favorite. However, I really struggle with finding things to put in it! This week, if you have […]
I have three boys so it is inevitable that I have Legos! I have never counted them, but I would guess we have over 5,000 pieces! Consequently, we have TONS of money tied up in them. I am forever looking for new ideas to keep from having to buy more. LOL! Thanks to Pinterest, the […]
MathiGo is an educational app for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, with, you guessed it, a focus on math ;D. It’s hard to find good educational apps for kids so I was excited to give this one a try. I downloaded the app and handed it over to my seven year old daughter, who […]
So I love crafts and printables and other goodies, but those things only get better when they are educational! That is why I love hosting this linky each week. As many homeschoolers out there in the world wide web, I am shocked this linky isn’t getting more attention. I know, I know… patience is a […]
Fun, educational children’s games will build confidence and stay challenging with auto-leveling games that advance at your child’s pace. Discover three different games in each habitat, each with six levels.