As a homeschooling/stay-at-home-mama I often receive questions like… “How do you homeschool with two toddlers?” “What do your mornings look like?” “Do you teach preschool?” “When do you have time for your oldest child’s core studies?” “How do you keep the toddlers busy if you’re teaching in-depth with your oldest?” “Does everyone learn the same … More Homeschooling with Toddlers: A Day in the Life
I have two littles, ages 1 and 3, who area both working on fine motor skills in different ways. I created this simple, low-prep DIY fine motor activity to put on our learning rotation and thought I’d share it here! This activity is great for toddlers of any age – just be sure to watch … More Pom Pom Press Fine Motor Activity
Fall is officially here and with school well underway, my kids wasted no time in asking if we could conduct a teatime poetry, one of their favorite school pastimes. We love teatime poetry, and in the past it has taken a lot of work on my end – setting a table, selecting the readings, creating … More Autumn Teatime Poetry Inspiration
Not a fan of the traditional pumpkin patch this year? With fall just around the corner, I’ve compiled a list of unique and social-distancing-friendly autumn activities for homeschooling families! Grab a pen and jot a few down, or print the entire page for your fridge or bulletin board down below! *Not an affiliate link post. … More Fall Homeschool Bucket List
I wanted to write a short and sweet poem for my kids to learn for fall. There is so much excellent classic fall poetry out there, but it isn’t actually quite fall yet! So I wrote my own roughly based on a favorite by Nona Keen Duffy, but much more little-learner-friendly in wording. Feel free … More Barefoot Still.