FREE Reading Genre Posters for Classroom and Homeschool Library

Being a reading teacher, teaching the different genres is required according to the state standards. However, it’s one of my favorite subject to teach to my students.  Reading Genre Posters are one way to introduce the different reading genres to your students. I like to pick one reading genre per week and concentrate on reading and sharing the specific genre with the class. I have students pick a book or article that interests them within that genre either in the {Read More}

The 4 MUST Have Back to School Oils and Recipes

Summer flew by without a wink. I actually went back to school as a teacher on August 1st, but the kiddos don’t go back until the end of August. I see parents and children eyeing all the back to school supplies in the stores. Carts are full of the latest and greatest school supplies. It’s a bittersweet time for me. I’m anxious to get back in a routine per se, but highly enjoyed our lazy summer days. It’s that time {Read More}

Homeschool Character Study – FREE Printable!

A Homeschool Character Study is part of our weekly school routine.

The Easiest Way to Save your Vacation Photos

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Picture Keeper Connect. All opinions are 100% my very own. Digital photography has been both a blessing and a curse for this busy mom. I love the fact that I can take a gazillion pictures at any given moment to capture our family vacation, but I ran into a major downfall with the digital photography rage. And, I have talked to many other moms who have encountered the same dilemma that I did and don’t {Read More}

Back to School Sensory Bin Ideas!

  A Back to School sensory bin is the highlight of my three-year old day!  She stays busy for at least an hour while I homeschool the older children. I place the sensory bin on a blanket so it makes it easy if she accidentally drops some popcorn kernels out of the plastic bin.