It’s Groundhog Day! Almost. Let’s get ready to teach our littles about this fun holiday smack dab in the middle of winter with these Groundhog Day activities for preschoolers. Compiled here are worksheets, books, videos, crafts, activities, and snacks to keep your preschoolers as busy as a groundhog come February 2. If you are
Hey Mama, What should you do with the littles? Play with them, read to them, take walks, bake or cook with them, clean with them, and give them lots of hugs. While you’re doing routine things, like grocery shopping, taking food to a friend, weeding, or something else, your littles are watching and
I have four kids, ages 11, 8, 5, and 2. Let me be honest and say sometimes it can be difficult to homeschool with those age ranges. But it’s definitely possible! And it’s not only possible; it can actually be a blessing. So practically how do you do it? First off, my middle two
Many homeschooling parents find themselves in a situation where they are educating special needs children. What are special needs? Special Needs Every child comes with challenges for his or her parents. But certain challenges are called special needs. Special needs can be medical challenges such as diabetes or cancer, physical challenges like a missing
Hey Mama, Want to hear some encouraging news? You can teach your children at home successfully, even if they have special needs! So many can testify to that! One of our children tested positively for Asperger’s. However, she passed the graduation requirements for our state at an earlier age than most “regular” kids.
At this time of the year, there is less daylight and more darkness in the northern hemisphere. To remind us that the days are getting longer again with more light and that Jesus is the Light of the world, here are a few ways to incorporate the study of light, for all ages, into
If you are feeling overwhelmed in your homeschool, consider minimalist homeschooling. Collecting quality resources for when it is needed can be a blessing in your homeschool. Still, it can also become a curse when the collection begins to grow and is then forgotten like the fruitcake left in the fridge at Christmas time. It
Hey Mama, I once heard something freeing. It sounded like this: Organization is not an end goal; it is a continual action. It is not something you attain; it is something you continue to pursue. So, for those of you who think you have to “get organized” before you can feel confident about