DIY Language Tools

On this page you’ll find lots of useful tools…all you have to do it get a little crafty! 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!

 

 


Word Ending Game

This game is great for children who are learning basic phonics and early reading skills. Children match up letter blocks to word-ending blocks to create new words. Great for hands on learning!

Printable Language Charts

We use file folder games to reinforce skills in all areas and subjects. Most of the games we make we share on our sister site File Folder Fun. You can find language learning games by grade level.

Daily Language Notebooks

Inexpensive notebooks can easily be transformed into language workbooks. Daily Word List Tutorial & Printables Daily Journal Tutorial & Printables Helpful Words Tutorial & Printables

Hands On Daily Spelling

Here are some great ideas for children to learn their spelling words with. These are all hands on so they are great for young learners who are just beginning to start exploring early language skills.

Language File Folder Games

We use file folder games to reinforce skills in all areas and subjects. Most of the games we make we share on our sister site File Folder Fun. You can find language learning games by grade level.

Language Mini Office

One of my most favorite (inexpensive) learning tools to make is a Mini-Office. I can't tell you how many times a day my children references these! I have them for many subjects and they are WONDERFUL!

Summer Reading Chart

Creating a Summer Reading chart is a fantastic way to keep kids learning throughout the Summer months. Include rewards for each level of reading.

Writing Notebook

Making a writing notebook is a great way to get your child to take an active part of their learning. We now have writing notebook printables and guides in our eStore.

Top Art Supplies

Over the years we've had the opportunity to try out MANY different arts and crafts supplies. Often we've been surprised that an off brand has a better quality product then some of the more popular, well known brands. And with other products we're happy to make the investment for a quality product that will last. Read about our favorite art supplies and where to find the best price.


 

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Comments (2)

  • Rolayne Taylor Reply

    Dear Valerie,
    Thank you for all these resources. I am creatively challenged and am grateful for people like you. I look forward to using your site as I plan preschool for my daughter.

    July 6, 2015 at 7:04 am
  • Ruthy Unruh Reply

    help!! i seen on pinterest for your make your own passport stamper tutorial, and i cant seem to pull it up or find it. what am i doing wrong?

    February 9, 2018 at 7:00 pm

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