Thanksgiving Math & Literacy, Art, Science & More….

Do you ever wish someone would just plan out your entire homeschool year for you....then maybe bundle it all up and email it to your inbox on Monday morning? Yeah....me too. Well, I don't have an entire YEAR of curriculum to send you, but I do have something that will make your homeschool planning super easy...

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Thanksgiving Math Games for Kindergarten

  Thanksgiving is right around the corner and you might be looking for fun ways to get your students learning this holiday season!  I know my kiddos sure enjoy a little FUN during the holidays and with our brand new Thanksgiving SMART Pack you can still include educational content   Thanksgiving BUMP...

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Interactive Math Notebook for Kindergarten

As a homeschooling mother of four, I know all about the daily math struggles.  I am currently using THREE different math programs in my classroom because each curriculum lends itself to a particular child and grade level.  Of course, this is one of the many benefits of homeschooling....picking and choosing...

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Shape Mats: Drive & Trace Activity Pages

With the release of our newest product, "Shape of the Week," we've been busy learning all about shapes.   This new set is geared towards Tots and Preschoolers and includes lots of hands-on fun!  Best of all it's FREE and the shapes coordinate perfectly with our Shape of the Week...

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Counting to 100 Printables

With the first day of school upon us, it's a great time to work on counting to 100! I've just created this super adorable set of counting cards and charts for working on key counting skills. This set includes counting cards to 100 by 1's, 5's, 10's, and 25's as well as...

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First Grade Mini Office

  Today I have a fantastic expansion set to add to our Mini Office Printables! Our Mini office has been an amazing resource for my son's Preschool and Kindergarten years, and I wanted to make sure I added in a few First Grade items for his upcoming year. I decided to offer this as...

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Place Value Learning Game

Learning about place value is tons of fun with this NEW free file folder game from File Folder Fun. This is a multiplayer game that includes high quality place value cards for children to race to 3000! Children in grades K-5 can play this game with a little instruction, and a helpful...

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Monster File Folder Game

My boys are crazy about Monsters. I'm not sure why but they love creepy, goopy, slimy looking creatures, but they do. Monsters can be cute too though right? My four year old drew these silly Monster Brothers and I thought they were absolutely adorable. (Side Note: Scan your children's artwork into your computer to...

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Printable Nets

  These printable nets can be helpful for teaching young students geometry and geometric concepts. Plus they are sorta fun to make!   We recommend you print your nets on colored paper.  This makes it more fun and colorful. You can print on cardstock and laminate if you're making a classroom set, but we've just...

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Free Mini Office Printables

  This week we're featuring a FREE Mini Office for our newsletter subscribers!What is a Mini Office?   A Mini Office is basically a custom built learning resource for your student.  The goal of a mini-office is to serve as a self led reference chart for children, freeing up time for teacher to...

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DIY Homeschool Tools

DIY Math Tools for Homeschool These tools can be used in your Homeschool or Classroom setting as an alternative to purchasing premade educational materials. Not only will you save money, but you'll be able to customize your classroom to fit the needs of your children! Base 10 Bean Sticks Math Facts Learning Folder DIY Number Bean Bags Making Math...

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