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Living Math – Graphs Galore

October/November = lots of falling leaves and lots of candy.  What better to do with both of those things?  Math, of course! Whether you have extra M&M’s, Skittles, Smarties, Runts, or just a big bunch of assorted candy bars, take a few minutes to turn those sweets into more than cavities.  Even little bitty ones…

Floor Graphs

I’ve got a fun math activity for you!  It’s important to me that my children not only know how to read graphs, but know how to create them as well.  Mahayla is a pro at gathering information and creating her own graphs on paper.  Caleb is just beginning, though, so I wanted him to make a “concrete”  graph…

Candy Heart Lessons

Candy Heart Lessons

What kid wouldn’t love a break from the regular schedule of homeschooling to enjoy a funschooling day full of candy heart lessons??? Mom, I promise that your day won’t be wasted and you’ll be able to check off just about every box in your lesson planner! Teaching with Candy Hearts Grab a big bag of…

Nature Study – Birds

Nature Study – Birds

Welcome to my 10 Days Series on the topic of nature study!  Each of the ten days brings you a creative nature walk idea and a fun follow-up activity to spark your enthusiasm for nature study today! Why study nature?  The answer is more serious than you might think. Today’s nature study: Birds This post…

The Letter T

Preschool Letter T Activities (This post contains affiliate links.) This is our letter poster that hangs on the alphabet wall – a tissue paper tree. Eli has loved learning about life cycles. This picture shows a turtle. Teeth stickers fill in the letter T. Playing with tools was a favorite dramatic play activity. Tinkertoys are…

The Letter M

Preschool Lessons for the Letter M (This post contains affiliate links.) I love preschool!  The pictures tell the rest of the story… M&M’s started off the week with a bang! We sorted, made concrete graphs and even tried a few concrete addition problems.  The worksheets came from Learn NC. More fun M&M activity sheets came…

The Letter B

Preschool Lessons for the Letter B (This post contains affiliate links.) After finding a printable butterfly from the internet, I let Eli place blobs of tempera paint on one side of the butterfly.  Together, we folded the paper over.  When Eli opened the paper, he had a beautiful symmetrical butterfly! I gave Eli tweezers and…

Independent Math Explorations

Independent Math Explorations

Incorporating math practice into your regular schedule doesn’t have to be hard with these independent math explorations. We all know that practice makes perfect, and that’s especially true when it comes to mathematics. These games will give your children concrete tools they need to understand math concepts. And, they’re great to use for exploration and…

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