Last week, we had apple-themed printables, crafts, recipes, and more for your preschooler. This week, we have some more apple-y goodness for your elementary-aged student and a fantastic giveaway – scroll immediately to the bottom for more details on that!Continue Reading
Fall is *almost* officially here!!! The time for sweaters and pumpkins and everything autumn! This is a post packed with apple-y goodness for your preschooler. And make sure you – read to the end – to find out what we have in store next week for your elementary-aged students. (HINT: There’s a giveaway!)
As promised – I am updating my preschool category with these free apple-themed preschool printables that teach:
- number recognition,
- uppercase and lowercase A,
- fine motor skills,
- matching, and more.
Come, take a tour of our apartment homeschool room!
I LOVE seeing pictures of beautiful dedicated school rooms. I’ve even seen some really cool sheds converted into actual homeschool buildings! But for this season of our lives, it is small-space-schooling for us. And it works really, really well.Continue Reading
It is challenging to say the least to get school accomplished with multiple children of young ages. This year I have one in second grade and one in preschool. So I know it’s only going to get harder from here for the next couple of years as my youngest ramps up but my oldest still needs lots of hands-on help.
We are four weeks into our school year so far. And I am very happy to say we have established a good routine. It doesn’t take all da-gone day to get through lessons. And melt-downs and distractions have been minimized. We have a routine, not a schedule, because that just works better for our lives right now. The goal is to start by 9:00. Then we just take things, one at a time, until we’re done.
This is what our homeschool routine with young children looks like:Continue Reading