I have been excited for my boys to be old enough to do some easy science projects. There are many fun science activities you can do with preschoolers. It’s hard to know where to start! For our first science project I decided to let my boys watch caterpillars turn into butterflies. They were so…Read More Science for Preschoolers – Caterpillars to Butterflies
As your sweet baby grows into a toddler, you will likely be wondering when he or she will be ready to start potty training! Every parent is anxious to get their child out of diapers, and I am no exception. My fourth child is quickly entering the first stages of potty training. He will be…Read More Is Your Toddler Ready to Start Potty Training?
If you are homeschooling a child who hates to read, I feel your pain. I have been struggling against this common homeschooling problem with my three boys for years. I have heard and read lots of advice on how to get children to not hate reading, but we are not there (yet). But what…Read More Homeschooling Kids Who Hate to Read
I love fall. I love all the colors of the leaves that fall off the trees and don’t even mind raking them as long as it’s only a bag or two! And when choosing a wooden playhouse for your kids to play in during fall, make sure to get their opinion on what design they would…Read More Fall Leaf Activities for Kids
For many young children, learning colors comes very easily to them. This important developmental skill often comes before shape and letter recognition. There are many ways that you can help encourage your preschooler to learn his or her colors. Teaching colors will be fun with these preschool activities. Picture Books Most preschool aged children love…Read More Six Tips for Teaching Colors to Your Preschooler