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Having Fun in a COVID Summer

If you’re looking for engaging activities to do with your preschooler in this final month of summer, here are some things we’ve loved.

Let Your Kids Help in the Kitchen! Here’s How

n my own family’s chore rotation, one child was designated as assistant cook for two months at a time, shadowing me in the kitchen to (a) learn cooking skills and (b) spend some one-on-one time with mom.

Field Trip Tips: Making the Most of Your Zoo Excursion

What to bring, what to expect, how to minimize the stress on a homeschool field trip to the zoo!

It’s All (Phonics) Fun and (Grammar) Games

Here are some fun ways to sneak extra lessons in! 

10 Reasons Why You Can Say Yes to Taking a Break

Rest isn’t just a luxury–it’s a necessity! Here’s why.

Listening and Validating the Feelings of My Kids

According to How We Love, there are 3 steps in validating others’ feelings and fully connecting with another person.

Kids and the Internet: 7 Tips to Help Cultivate Discernment

It’s crucial to have ongoing conversations with your kids!

Helping Kids Find Vision and Set Goals

Homeschooling offers kids the time to better explore their interests. 

How Do You Ask?

Hint: It’s not just about minding P’s and Q’s. 

Homeschooling Preschool (When You Didn’t Plan To)

If you’re making the decision to homeschool your pre-schooler, you are in good company! Millions of Americans are pivoting in how they plan to educate their children next year.

Modalities & Multiple Intelligences

The Way They Learn covers several different models used to determine learning styles.

The Benefits of Outdoor Play Time

Long periods of self-directed play have a significant psychological and cognitive impact on children.  

16 Spring-Themed Read-Alouds for Little Ones

Here are 16 delightful, spring-themed read-alouds you can read with your preschooler, reviewed by a homeschool mama!
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