10 Children’s Books About the Moon

10 Children's Books About the Moon

Are you planning a unit study about the moon or covering it soon through your science curriculum? Maybe your kids are fascinated by the solar system. Regardless of why the moon is a hot topic in your home, children’s books about the moon are a great way to enhance your[Read more]

The Little Raindrop Watercolor Resist Art Project

The Little Raindrop Watercolor Resist Art Project

Today I’m sharing a fun watercolor resist art project inspired by The Little Raindrop, an adorable children’s book about the water cycle. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) We stumbled across this book at the library a few weeks ago and I grabbed it thinking it would be[Read more]

Sparkle Eggs: a New Easter Tradition for Children

Looking for a fun, but Christ-centered Easter tradition to share with your children? I can’t wait to tell you about Sparkle Eggs! (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details) I’ve always found it easy to help my kids make connections between the Christian meanings and the light-hearted traditions that surround[Read more]

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Multicultural Children's Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Looking for a book that encourages kids to look beyond stereotypes and see the real person inside? I can’t wait to tell you about Dragons Are Real from Valarie Budayr! (I received a complimentary copy of this title for review purposes. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Multicultural Children’s[Read more]

Our Favorite Children’s Books about France

Our Favorite Children's Books about France

My kids and I love learning about other countries and cultures through the books we’re reading. Most recently we’ve been reading lots of children’s books about France and I’m excited about sharing our favorites with you. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Some of these books are inspired[Read more]

Teaching Language Arts through TV Shows

Teaching Language Arts Through TV Shows

TV time for your kids can be fun, educational, and sometimes both. That’s why teaching language arts through television is one of my favorite ways to integrate learning into our everyday life. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Does that mean we park our kids in front of[Read more]