Category: Kindergarten

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The Ultimate Homeschool Resources List

It can be exhausting looking for homeschool resources and curriculum. I have put together a page of resources that I hope will bless you and make your homeschool resource search easier! General Homeschool Curriculum Resources Christianbook.com Timberdoodle Thriftbooks Pinterest Rainbow Resource Ted Ed Ron Paul Curriculum Teachers Pay Teachers Coursera Academic Earth Arcademic Skill Builders...

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215 Free Kindergarten Homeschool Curriculum Resources

Looking for a Kindergarten homeschool curriculum can be overwhelming. There are so many choices. Should you order an all-in-one curriculum? Mix and match different kindergarten resources that you like? What should you focus on in this foundational year? Do I need to teach my child to read this year?! Kindergarten is often the first time...

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Homeschooling Kindergarten: 10 Tips for a Successful Year

Homeschooling kindergarten can be such an exciting time. It’s usually the first time parents attempt any formal education with their child. Children who are just entering kindergarten are generally filled with wonder and are excited to explore, discover, and learn. But, it can also be a time of anxiety for we homeschool moms. Is this...

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3 Fun Painting Activities for Kids

Inside: Are your kids tired of painting with the same old paintbrushes? Maybe it’s time to mix it up! Here are three “no paintbrush” painting activities for kids that you can try today! My kids love to paint. My kids love to paint so much that they are pros at cleaning our craft room floor...

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50+ Non-Worksheet Homeschool Activities

As homeschool moms, it is so easy to get wrapped up in the “we have to get the textbooks done!” mentality that we can forget about all the other ways to incorporate learning into our homeschool day. I decided to compile a list of “non-worksheet” homeschool activities to round out your homeschool day. This list...

Relaxed Summer Homeschooling Ideas

Ideas for Relaxed Summer Homeschooling

Summer is almost here….who’s ready for a break?! It can be so tempting to just not doing anything during the summer months, but then you also run the risk of your kids forgetting a lot of what they learned this year. A relaxed Summer homeschooling schedule is the perfect solution to this problem! I used...

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Free Printable Caterpillar Number Match

Learning to count and number recognition is a huge skill for preschoolers and kindergartners. There are so many fun ways to work with numbers and practice counting! Today I’d like to share a free printable counting activity that is great for preschoolers and kindergartners- my Caterpillar Number Match! What is Caterpillar Number Match? Caterpillar Number...

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Fairy Tale Themed Syllable Counting Cards

Counting syllables is another great tool to teach your child that can help improve their spelling and reading skills. It is also sometimes a largely overlooked skill since it doesn’t directly involve spelling or reading. Let’s talk about syllables and how to count them. And I’ve got a super cute set of Fairy Tale Themed...

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Free Printable Preschool Math Mini-Pack

Preschool math can be so much fun. They are learning to count, sort, identify numbers, and so much more! The look of excitement on a child’s face when they count correctly to a new “high” is just priceless. But, at least for my kids, sometimes the never ending request for “new” things can be exhausting....

Lapbooks in Homeschool

Why and How to Use Life Science Lapbooks

Lapbooks are a great interactive teaching resource that you can do at home with your children. The best part about lapbooks is they can be adapted to fit any subject or grade level. So, if you are teaching different ages, you can easily teach the same subject and just vary the difficulty of the lapbook...