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12 Must Read Books for Homeschool Moms - great for new homeschoolers and veteran homeschool moms alike! #homeschool #homeschooling

123 Homeschool 4 Me: 12 Must Read Books for Homeschool Moms

A hands-on science demonstration (and sensory tub idea) to learn what blood is made of!

I need to remember to come back and read this one... Our Simple Farm: Tips on How to Homeschool and Homestead without Losing Your Mind!

Homeschool planning can be simple and easy! These 10 steps will help you get your new year on track. FREE printable!

Great idea to spark creativity in children. Use one small cut out and leave the rest to imagination!

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teaching ideas for preschool teachers.......


They always take things literally...


TOADally Tots: Organizing PreSchool Packs to Save Time & Money!

Using LEGOs for Matching States and Their Abbreviations!

Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

outdoor play

Hebrew Alphabet Chart

Make a Lego marble maze. This is a very spatial, tactile, logical task... requires clever thinking and some trial and error... great problem-solving activity.

This is a great list of history videos that netflix carries

parking lot game -- call out a word (or letter) & they "park" the car in that place. PERFECT FOR SIGHT WORDS!

Toddler Science: A great way to introduce basic science concepts are through fun and visual experiments such as this celery experiment. It requires just a few items and is a fun way to teach children about how a plant absorbs water. This process is called Osmosis.

Dancing raisins; this blog has some AWESOME ideas for toddler science - especially the rain in a glass which i will be suggesting to nursery!

This is from a college professor who is combatting punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school. It's a nice article. I like the how the "commas go where you breath" myth is debunked. I think I'll start using it.

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine - 2013 Annual Print Book - Page 32-33

Homeschool Planner

Baby activities by the month, birth to age two ~ This truly is a great list with lots of developmental activities!!