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Under the Sea Preschool Activities and Book List

Under the Sea Books & Activities for Preschoolers

Your preschooler will love our under the sea themed July activity packet. Learn outdoors and in with hands-on activities, crafts, and engaging children’s literature all ocean animals, sea life, and beach fun! In this pack, you’ll find crafts and activities to encourage your child to learn and explore while gently introducing early reading, math, and … Read More

5 Essential Tips for Plugging into a Homeschool Group or Co-op

5 Essential Tips for Plugging into a Homeschool Group or Co-op

5 Essential Tips for Plugging into a Homeschool Group or Co-op Once you have made the exciting decision to join a homeschool group or co-op, there is another element to the process. Plugging in. Plugging in is the most overlooked and often overwhelming part of joining a homeschool group or co-op. For all different reasons, … Read More

5 Reasons to Relax if Your Homeschool Child Isn't Reading Yet

5 Reasons to Relax if Your Homeschool Child Isn’t Reading Yet

5 Reasons to Relax if Your Homeschool Child Isn’t Reading Yet These days, there is a lot of pressure for children who aren’t reading by a certain age. Not only does the child feel pressure, but the adult does too. While it’s important for your child to learn, know that not every child learns at … Read More

How to Choose Between Joining a Homeschool Group or Co-op

How to Choose Between Joining a Homeschool Group or Co-op

How to Choose Between Joining a Homeschool Group or Co-op Have you ever wondered what the difference is between homeschool groups and homeschool co-ops? Is there a difference? Yes! And although both are ultimately about community as well as education, a homeschool group and homeschool co-op are two slightly different types of community-based organizations. Knowing … Read More

Poetry and Photography: Homeschool Group + Co-op Curriculum

Poetry and Photography: Homeschool Group + Co-op Curriculum

Poetry and Photography: A Homeschool Group Study of the Power of Words and Images   What is poetry? We love this definition: “Poetry is a form of literature that follows specific forms to create a rhythm and/or rhyme scheme. Without those elements we have the poetic form known as ’free verse,’ but it retains an … Read More

Summer Picnic Books and Activities for Preschoolers

Summer Picnic Books and Activities for Preschoolers

Summer Picnic Books & Activities for Preschoolers Your preschooler will love our summer picnic themed June activity packet. Learn outdoors and in with hands-on activities, crafts, and engaging children’s literature all about summer picnic fun! In this pack, you’ll find crafts and activities to encourage your child to learn and explore while gently introducing early … Read More

Homeschool Multi Age Unit Studies

Homeschool Unit Studies for Multiple Ages

Homeschool Unit Studies for Multiple Ages If you are homeschooling more than one child, then you know that it can be a challenge at times. When we have multiple students in a family it is common we have multi-aged homeschool. You may be teaching a middle schooler, an elementary aged student, and a preschooler or … Read More

Could a Homeschool Routine Be Just What You Need?

Could a Homeschool Routine Be Just What You Need?

Could a Homeschool Routine Be Just What You Need? One of the benefits of homeschooling that so many parents and children love is that there is that ability to have a bit of a more relaxed schedule. But, is there such a thing as being “too relaxed” when it comes to homeschooling? The debate is … Read More

Washing Toys Water Play Activity for Preschoolers

Washing Toys Water Play Activity for Preschoolers

Washing Toys Water Play Activity for Preschoolers Homeschooling multiple children takes time, and with toddlers or preschoolers underfoot we need solid activities that maximize our time to teach. I love ideas and activities that allow me time to assist my older children and that I can feel good about what my younger children are learning … Read More

Summer Bucket List for Preschoolers

Summer Bucket List for Preschoolers

Summer Bucket List for Preschoolers     1 Go to the Beach – Dig your toes into the sand and catch some rays on the beach. When you get home, read your sleepy preschooler a few ocean themed picture books on this list from The Kennedy Adventures. 2 Eat a Watermelon – There’s nothing better … Read More