Why We Use Online Reading Games in Our Homeschool

Why We Use Online Reading Games in Our Homeschool

Procrastination. Whining. Frustration. Crying. Self-doubt. Those are all terms I use to describe reading lessons with my daughter during the first half of our year. But don’t worry, there’s a happy ending to this story and it involves online reading games. >> Don’t miss the 4-week free trial link at[Read more]

Sink or Float: A Science Experiment for Young Learners

Sink or Float: A Science Experiment for Young Learners

Do toothpicks float? Does a plastic spoon sink? In this fun and easy Sink or Float Science Experiment, your little ones will find out which types of objects float and sink with this exciting science project. Your kids will get to practice making hypotheses about what they think will happen[Read more]

The Very Lonely Firefly Art Project for Kids

My kiddos¬†love experimenting with art inspired by our favorite picture books. Today I’m sharing our most recent of these projects: Very Lonely Firefly art. It was inspired by Eric Carle’s The Very Lonely Firefly and it was easy and fun. You’re going to love it! *Post contains affiliate links; see[Read more]

What to Read: 20 Children’s Books About Seeds and Plants

What to Read: 20 Children's Books About Seeds and Plants

Are you exploring gardens or plant life in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing some great books about seeds and plants to help you learn. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. You could certainly turn to textbooks to explore the world of plants, but you don’t have to confine[Read more]

Easy Dandelion Art Tutorial for Kids

Dandelion Art Tutorial for Kids

Do your kids love dandelions? If so, they’ll love this super cute dandelion art tutorial. Grab your paper and paints and take a look! Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. My five year-old daughter loves dandelions. It’s almost like she’s magnetically drawn to them. Anytime she spots one[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]