Kindergarten

Stepping Stones Kindergarten Curriculum Review

Stepping Stones Kindergarten Curriculum Review

Do you find it overwhelming to think about homeschooling Kindergarten? There is such a flood in the market of Kindergarten resources. It can be difficult to narrow down your choices and choose one that will be right for you and your child. I am happy to be able to share with you this new product(…)

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K-2 Series Books Summer Reading List ~ FREE PRINTABLE

K-2 Series Books Summer Reading List ~ FREE PRINTABLE

School is nearing its close, and summer is approaching, kids are rejoicing! The much anticipated break is near! Problem? There can be a major loss of information during the summer months. (Otherwise known as the “summer slide”) Solution? A summer reading list to help keep their minds in motion and promote a love of both reading(…)

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Kindergarten – 1st Grade Back to Homeschool Giveaway

Kindergarten – 1st Grade Back to Homeschool Giveaway

Having been through the Kindergarten and 1st grade years 3 times now I know how fast you can run through supplies with them!  Between workbooks, crayons, paper, and fun activities,  it can really add up. I am excited to be participating in the iHomeschool Network Back to School Toolkit Giveaways! This post includes affiliate links(…)

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A Bug/Insect Unit Using Eric Carle Books ~ The Very Quiet Cricket

A Bug/Insect Unit Using Eric Carle Books ~ The Very Quiet Cricket

Two weeks ago I shared The Grouchy Ladybug portion of our Bug/Insect Unit Study. Then last week we continued our Bug/Insect Unit, entering the world of spiders. This week we are learning about crickets, enjoying The Very Quiet Cricket by Eric Carle, and also comparing/contrasting crickets to grasshoppers. The Very Quiet Cricket Storybook: The Very(…)

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Preschool Readers List of Favorite Books

Preschool Readers List of Favorite Books

My preschooler, like my other two has a great love of books and reading.  She not only wants to be read to, but will “read” on her own, as well as actually read simpler books with me.  We have some favorites that I would like to share. Preschool Readers Read Alouds: The Red Blanket takes(…)

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