Usually when you think about writing activities for children, it more than likely originates from writing prompts or a critical thinking or opinion response to a literature piece. My daughter, a 2nd grader, has a high interest for cooking. Her favorite show is Cupcake Wars, of course. I decided to give her a writing project… Continue reading Interest Writing
I haven’t blogged in what seems like forever, but I have a good excuse! Towards the end of my pregnancy, things got super rough. I felt like a whale walking on land, the shifting of my pelvic bone made me feel like I was going to fall with every step, and sleeping felt like the… Continue reading Our Baby Girl Has Arrived
We had quite an interesting Saturday evening at my husband’s parents’ home. It all started out with the game UNO!!! An oldie, but still very much relevant game. It was the funniest watching my in-laws, and my son debate over the rules. It got so serious, my son yelled out, “I only want to play… Continue reading Grandparents’ Night
This is an easy fun activity for kids. They’ll enjoy knowing the importance of recycling, and look forward to making a really cool art project. What You Need (Basic Items): Cardboard tube from a paper towel roll Small brown paper bag Any kind of paper White craft glue Scraps of construction paper Tape Scissors Let’s… Continue reading Cardboard Tube Puppets
If you’ve read my about page, you know that I have 4 sweet children. However, I didn’t say I was expecting. Yes. We’re expecting a new addition to our family. I think I’m currently 7 months (I lost count somewhat, so funny). I really don’t get caught up with due dates because none of my… Continue reading Homeschooling While Expecting
We took the kids sledding, and they had so much fun. It was really cold out but I think their excitement helped them ignore that issue. Their dad probably had just as much fun as them. He’s like a big kid, and they love it. My girls were acting like little princesses, however. I don’t… Continue reading Weeeee, Sledding!
Woohoo!!! I’m making progress with transitioning my children from their online k-12 program to REAL home schooling as its stated on my state’s department of education website that: “Many parents think that online schools fall into the category of home schooling, this is NOT true” I called my state’s department of education, received loads of… Continue reading The Journey to Real Homeschooling