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Reading and Literacy

Book recommendations and activities to help your preschooler build a strong love for reading so that they are able to grow in to readers. 

5 Egg Carton Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

5 Egg Carton Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Written by Guest Contributor Erin Littles Love LearningThere are 5 simple egg carton crafts for toddlers and preschoolers that you need to try. One of the best parts of teaching preschoolers is that you don’t need a fancy curriculum or expensive materials to help...

4 Paper Towel Roll Activities for Preschoolers

4 Paper Towel Roll Activities for Preschoolers

Written by Guest Contributor Holley FarleyPaper towel roll activities are essential in my preschool classroom.  I use a lot of recycled materials in my classroom, and paper towel tubes are always on the top of the list.  And bonus they are free.   Plus, It’s actually...

How to Teach Sight Words

How to Teach Sight Words

How to Teach Sight Words the Fun Way Are you looking to start teaching sight words in a fun and engaging way? Coronavirus has led to me becoming a reluctant homeschool mom. I never intended to homeschool kindergarten and yet here I am. When it came time to start...

Teaching Sight Words

Teaching Sight Words

Are you wondering when you should start teaching sight words? This is a big topic for some of our littlest learners. It is pretty common for kids to be taught sight words too soon. Before we get too far into this, let’s start with a big fat spoiler alert, there is no...

Children’s Books with Diverse Characters

Children’s Books with Diverse Characters

Children's books with diverse characters need to be in every home. I am creating this list of diverse children's books because I believe it is incredibly important for all families. As I began my research to find more books to add to our collection, I learned that...

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I  am a teacher turned  stay at home mom.  While I left the classroom to raise my kiddos, I still love all things education. My goal here is to share hands-on learning, sensory, art, and a few things I have learned as I have crossed over from the teacher life to mom life.

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