Free printable Lego themed spelling test for homeschoolers in 1st-6th grade. Each spelling test is for 10, 15, or 20 words with dictation.
Teach kids to start alphabetizing with this fun, hands on mail activity.
Kids love getting mail!
To capitalize on an interest our kids already have we have worked on handwriting and writing skills by writing letters to Grandma [which means getting mail from Grandma too].
Alphabet Mail from No Time for Flashcards is another great way to follow your child’s own interests to make a fun, educational activity. Who said alphabetizing had to be a boring worksheets?!
Are you teaching a 2nd language in your homeschool?As someone who grew up bilingual let me tell you – you should be teaching your kids a 2nd language and you should do it while they are young. Children will catch on easier, develop a better accent, and will resist the new language less when you start them off from a young age. The best approach to learning a new language is immersion, but if you are not a native speaker that can pose a problem. I highly recommend Rosetta Stone which is an easy to use immersion software that will successful teach your child a 2nd language.
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Help your child learn about the phases of the moon in this fun, hands on activity.
Help children learn their name with these fun, hands on activities for kids.
This is the final month in our Summer Bucket List – Monthly Activity Calendars for Families. I hope your family enjoys Augusts Activity Calendar and creates some priceless memories together!
Fun hands on early math with Smores Math Busy Bag for preschool and kindergarten.
Hands on kids activities for kids to learn about the human body for homeschool and preschool kids.
With the school year about a month away I thought I share some really fun ways to learn through hands on exploration!
What do you say when kids say mean things to your children?