FREE Homophone Worksheets| Grades 3-6

Homophones can be tricky to teach to your students. I found that it’s just best to have the students memorize the common homophones. I have introduced a homophone of the week to my class and have made a simple homophone memory game with index cards for student centers.  Take a Peek at the FREE Homophone Worksheets Two words are homophones if they are pronounced the same way but differ in meaning or spelling or both (e.g. bare and bear). Typically, you {Read More}

15 Butterfly Crafts for Kids

Butterfly crafts for kids are so exciting for children. I’m not sure if it’s the bright and bold colors of the lovely creatures or simply the magnificent life cycle of a butterfly. A butterfly represents deep and powerful representations of life. Many cultures associate the butterfly with our souls. The Christian religion sees the butterfly as a symbol of resurrection. Around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life.  There’s something about a butterfly that just brings {Read More}

A BIG List of Spring Homeschool Resources

Spring is in full swing. The flowers are blooming and the warmer temperatures are making us all want to go into spring fever mode despite the spring cleaning that needs to happen before the hotter months. Here’s a list of FREE Spring resources and ideas to keep you and your children learning and having fun during the beautiful springtime. The spring cleaning can wait, right? Spring Preschool Resources Spring preschool printable pack with over 30 pages of FUN! Super adorable {Read More}

Dr. Seuss Skip Counting Worksheets

I am a huge advocate of skip counting in order for students to master multiplication and division. The beauty of skip counting is that it can be taught in the early elementary years. Younger ones tend to memorize quicker than older students.  Skip counting is often called counting by 2s or by 5s or by 10s or by 100s. Skip counting really helps with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It is also used a lot for counting everyday things – {Read More}

10 Interesting Facts About Alaska you should Know

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Aunt Phil’s Trunk. All opinions are 100% my very own. I’ll be honest, I never had a desire to visit Alaska until a few years ago. I had friends that went on an Alaskan cruise and immediately fell in love with this breath-taking state. Their photos were absolutely stunning. Also, Adam took his mom on an amazing Alaskan cruise for her 70th birthday this past May. He is insisting we go {Read More}