Nature Ideas for Spring

Nature Ideas for Spring

  Spring is here! It’s time to get out of the house, breathe in some fresh air, and explore. Try out some of these fun family nature ideas for spring: Take the kids on a spring scavenger hunt. Sketch some colorful pages using dandelion paint. Little ones can explore nature with a flower sensory bottle. Plants some bulbs and watch them grow with a spring bulb growth chart. Learn the correct order using this plant life cycle activity sheet. Pasta {Read More}

FREE Learn a Word a Day and Week Printable

learn a word a day

  Whether you learn a word a day or week, these free printables are just what your children need to comprehend and enhance  their vocabulary. You can either print them or laminate them. Whatever floats your boat.  I have my 2nd grader learn one word per week and he keeps the printable on the refrigerator. After the week is over, he puts it in his vocabulary notebook. My 4th grader learns a new word per day from his daily literature. I have him pick {Read More}

20+ Ideas for Winter Nature Studies

Ideas and resources for winter nature studies

Just because winter is here doesn’t mean the fun outdoor learning has to end! If you’re looking for some great ways to keep your outside adventures going strong all year long, check out these ideas and resources for winter nature studies! Whether it’s scavenger hunts, birding, or an indoor nature table, there are plenty of options to consider no matter what the weather is like outside.  Nature in Your Notebook (Winter) with Printable from Jimmie’s Collage Winter Nature Table for Toddlers {Read More}

FREE Daily Calendar Printables!

FREE Daily Calendar Printable

  A few weeks ago, I shared with you our calendar notebook pages. These daily calendar printables will work nicely with our calendar notebooks. Have you read my FREE eBook, Teaching Multi-level in the Homeschool yet?  

FREE Back to School Bucket List Printables!

FREE back to school bucket list printables!

 Back to School is always an exciting time of year.    We get all new books, pencils, crayons, and other school supplies. We all seem to have these huge expectations and plans, but towards the end of the first month, back to school is old news. We forget why we were pumped up, so I decided to make things FUN this year to continue the back to school spark. Each one of my children filled out a back to school bucket {Read More}

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