Tips for a Successful Garage Sale

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If you’re wondering where I’ve been this week, you’re not the only one.  My friends, family, kids, and husband may think I’ve dropped off the face of the earth!  What I was actually doing was preparing for, and helping run, a super successful garage sale!  My husband was off work, so I worked, and worked, and […]

Horizons Phonics and Reading Review

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Well, H. is officially in Kindergarten now and you know what that means!  Learning to Read!  So I was super excited when I got the chance to review the Horizons Kindergarten Phonics and Reading Set from Alpha Omega Publications through the Homeschool Review Crew.  I’d heard good things about Horizons and was excited to try it […]

Utilizing the Library for your Preschool

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We LOVE the library!  If you are blessed to live near a library don’t miss out on using this great resource!  There are so many resources available to you through the library that you can use to supplement your homeschool preschool.  Here are just a few of my favorites. Preschool Story Time: At our library, we […]

Homeschool Planet Review

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If you’ve followed my blog for any amount of time, you know that I am one of the least organized people you know.  I have a hard time keeping track of my daily tasks and schedule.  I keep a calendar for major things, but often minor things get forgotten.  That’s why when I was given […]

Using Rhyming Games in your Home-Preschool

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Children love rhyming words from an early age.  Even a child who is just learning to speak can recognize and enjoy the sing-song tones of Dr. Seuss books and songs like “Are You Sleeping”.  But teaching a child to rhyme can be a different story.  It is a skill that simply takes practice…and fun practice is the […]

Monster Chomp: A Preschool Letter Game

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We’ve talked a little bit about the Best Preschool Curriculum and the supplies you need to have the Best Preschool, but today, we’re going to start a series of posts consisting of specific activities and games I feel are good assets to a play-based preschool.  The first game is the Monster Chomp. We got our […]

The BEST Preschool Curriculum

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Although I’m just beginning preschool with my second child, I believe I have found the very BEST preschool curriculum you can use.  I do have more experience than just my own two children.  I grew up going with my mom to work whenever I had a day off school (and also lots of days after […]

How a Baseball Game Became a Routine Game Changer

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Last spring, we had the opportunity to go to a minor league baseball game with some family.  The girls came along and it was the first game they attended that they could actually remember.  They had a blast!  They cheered, played, watched (a little…) and participated in all the crowd cheers.  Their favorite cheer was, […]