Book-based unit study. Find books and activities, meet the author, and download your free printable.
Friendly Halloween books, movies, activities, recipes, and crafts for sensitive little ones.
Books, activities, and media resources to enrich an elementary around the world geography study or curriculum.
Join us for a bear hunt with these easy and fun lesson plans for a kindergarten literature-based unit!
I put this mini unit plan together to help the kids get excited and understand their trip to the dentist. Read on for educational resources about teeth and seeing the dentist - maybe for the first time!
I asked, "Who is your favorite author?" My son answered Eric Carle without a second's hesitation. Our house is filled with Carle's board books, flap books, and classic hardcovers that will last for many years to come. Read on for a complete list of Eric Carle books currently in print with links to over 40 read alouds.
We are excited to celebrate Read Across America Week and learn a little about one of the most beloved children's books authors - Dr. Seuss! I've put together some of our favorites in a fun and educational playlist.
My oldest led me straight toward a mini-unit on plants and gardening. Read on for our book list, streaming media, ideas, and resources!
If you can't afford to spend that much on a weekly spread, don't worry! There are so many amazing free printables available. I'm going to show you where to find them plus give you a few tips on decorating your themed spreads. I'm so excited to share my favorite themes with you this month!
This week’s tutorial demonstrates how to create a one-page monthly view with monthly tracking pages using a graduated dutch door technique.
I'll share a few of our favorite streaming resources for your little sickies, and a couple suggestions for what to do when YOU are sick. Because the only thing worse than having sick kids is being sick with sick kids.
This week I'm cutting up a composition notebook to create a daily and weekly planner with dutch door. In this tutorial, I'll show you how I create a weekly view, daily pages, tracker, and to-do lists.
Our trip around the world led us to the South American Rain Forest. We extended our lesson plans quite a bit. Following the tiny poison arrow frog right down the rabbit hole.
The election is quickly approaching and the oldest has shown some interest. While we chat about politics at the dinner table he asks, "What's a debate?" and the next morning says, "So who is the new president?" I can't fail him on this one. This is important stuff.
We had so much fun learning about our senses this month. I was just planning on some light reading and taking the oldest to a class, but as usual he had other plans. It turned into a full unit. Ease up, kid! I'm suffering from teacher burnout with a class of one in September. The few more. I made the mistake of mentioning that we don't really ONLY have five senses. So we explored a few more - like sense of balance, hunger and thirst, and direction. Every time we saw something that said "5 senses" he's give me a little wink-wink, nudge-nudge meaning, "Yeah but WE know there are more than five, right mom? Riiiiiiight?" He thinks he's so smart.