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Homeschool reading games are essential to transform the learning experience into a joyful and engaging activity. Games can make reading more interactive, stimulating, and fun for students of all ages. By infusing gameplay into the curriculum, students can develop a love for reading while dynamically building essential literacy skills. Games create a sense of excitement …

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In the whirlwind of juggling family responsibilities, work commitments, and personal well-being, the life of a busy mom can often feel like a non-stop marathon. Amidst this chaos, the monthly to-do list shines as a way to clean and organize your home. For busy moms, crafting a monthly to-do list isn’t just about checking off …

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Kids’ bedrooms are often synonymous with chaos, with toys scattered, clothes strewn about, and books piled high. Using kids bedroom cleaning lists can help calm some of the storm! This teaches children the importance of organization and cleanliness and promotes independence and self-discipline. Parents can instill valuable life skills and foster a sense of ownership …

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Halloween Handwriting Printables are a fun way to work on handwriting skills for all ages! During this time of year, working on these penmanship printables is a great way to keep them motivated and focused for even more learning fun. You can use these printable handwriting sheets to help work on printing practice or even …

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Help your preschooler improve their motor skills and writing skills with this fun Earth Day Handwriting Practice! This is also a great way to discuss the upcoming Earth Day and how your child can do her (or his) part in keeping the planet clean! This worksheet is great for fine motor skills and tracing skills …

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Help your children or students work to improve their writing skills with this fun Earth Day cursive handwriting printable! This is also a great way to discuss the upcoming Earth Day and how your child can do her (or his) part in keeping the planet clean! When learning cursive, this free printable is the perfect …

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Help your first and second-grade student(s) improve their handwriting skills with this fun Earth Day handwriting printable! This is also a great way to discuss the upcoming Earth Day and how your child can do her (or his) part in keeping the planet clean! If you want a learning printable that is great for early …

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Looking for a fun way to help your kids learn to sequence? Check out these free Three Little Pigs Sequencing Cards! Each card features a different scene from the story, and your child can put them in order as they read. Plus, this activity is perfect for practicing important reading skills like comprehension and inference. …

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One of my favorite things in homeschooling my boys was when we did our section on Virtual Dissection and Labs for Homeschoolers. Not only did we work together, but the kids learned a lot. Seriously, one of the best homeschool science labs we’ve done. Homeschooling offers so many unique and engaging advantages over public and …

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These nine pages of worksheets: Mother’s Day Homeschooling Printables will help your 5-12 aged children work on learning! Sometimes mom just needs a little something to help her through the day. The best gift mom can get are Mother’s Day homeschooling printables. These printables can help make mom’s day, but also help kids with their …

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It’s easy to think that spelling isn’t a subject we really need to teach kids anymore – what with auto-correct and all. But it’s still important for children to learn how to spell on their own. After all, most employers don’t accept resumes written in textspeak. 🙂 So I’m always on the lookout for 3rd grade …

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