Family game night is a wonderful way to spend time connecting as a family. Whenever we tell our kids it is time for game night, their eyes light up in anticipation.
Check out this fun, free worksheet (with answer sheet) to help children identify conjunctions, prepositions and interjections.
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The scent of pine and cinnamon fills the air. Christmas carols ring out in the mall and on the radio. Houses dance with lights and fragrant wreaths adorn doors throughout the neighborhood. Family and friends gather together. It is a time of traditions that kids remember and pass along to their own children. Here […]
Our four kids are all entering the third grade and we are trying different games that teach math skills to add an element of fun. We recently tried Where’s Wilson, Graphing in the First Quadrant. This game supports state, national and common core standards for math. In order to play, you place the Octonimo […]
Need a little pampering? In about five minutes, you can make this DIY-So Soft Coconut Citrus Sugar Scrub. It is a nice thing to do for yourself and is also a great gift. It is perfect for Mother’s Day, birthdays and other holidays. It is so easy, kids can make it themselves to give as […]
When our children were babies, we did animal themed store bought group costumes, ducks for their first Halloween and raccoons for their second. Since then, we have been doing DIY group costumes with a literary theme. The next two costumes were nursery rhymes, Little Bo Peep and her Sheep followed by Hey Diddle Diddle, The Cat […]