A Red and Green Walk

By far, the Nature Study Through the Holidays study has been our biggest seller. For that, we thank YOU! The short and simple activities tied into the Advent theme are just enough during this busy season in our house. Last week, my three children and I headed to a local cemetery for a red and…

Easy Pinecone Decorations

During our Red and Green Walk from Nature Study Through the Holidays, we collected several cones for this activity. It’s mentioned for use during the 4th week of Advent (next week), but my preschooler was raring to go last week. So, last week it was! This is a glimpse at glittery pinecone ornaments as done…

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 S

Preschool Letter S Activities (This post contains affiliate links.) Scooby Doo stickers fill the letter S. Smiley face stickers fill in a different S template. (Both of the templates above were printed from Confessions of a Homeschooler.) We planted seeds on a wet sponge to observe germination. Selling at the store was fun dramatic play….

The Letter R

Preschool Lessons for the Letter R (This post contains affiliate links.) Have you ever come across a rabbit this colorful? This one rests on our alphabet wall.  I just found a printable rabbit from Google images to color, then we glued on a cotton ball tail and a googly eye. We sorted our rock collection…

The Lonely P

Eli wrote his very first story a few weeks ago called The Lonely P.  I thought I’d post it for my new friends Kim Kautzer and Debbie Oldar, authors of WriteShop.  They were our wonderful, WONDERFUL booth neighbors at the Midwest Homeschool Convention last week.  They are such sweet mentors!  Be sure to check out…

The Letter Q

Preschool Lessons for the Letter Q (This post contains affiliate links.) Whew!  The letter Q was hard to plan.  It was a good thing we had a service project scheduled and the weather cleared up for one of our first big nature walks of the season. A crown fit for a queen graces our alphabet…

The Letter P

Preschool Lessons for the Letter P (This post contains affiliate links.) Playdough! After reading a book about penguins, Eli colored a picture of a polar region that I found online…somewhere? These pattern puzzles were made with foam animal stickers and cardstock.  One long  piece of cardstock holds four stickers of the pattern, another smaller piece…

The Letter O

Preschool Letter O Lessons (This post contains affiliate links.) At first glance, O seemed difficult to plan, but we ended up having a fun-filled and busy week. Cheerios strung on pipe cleaners made edible jewelry. Dry oatmeal was glued onto the O template. Both pages in the picture came from Confessions of a Homeschooler. O’s…

The Letter N

Preschool Letter N Lessons (This post contains affiliate links.) The letter N didn’t seem as boring as this post might lead you to believe! Eli placed number stickers on the N template from Confessions of a Homeschooler. We did lots with numbers this week. This is a matching game that came from my co-op’s Preschool…

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 L

Preschool Lessons for the Letter L (This post contains affiliate links.) Ooh, the letter L was so much fun!!  It’s been so exciting to watch Eli’s little mind grow along with his body.  Almost as soon as he turned four, he hit a milestone and can handle so much more. I have several life cycle…

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