Learning at home can be stressful. Try these tips and tricks to make at-home learning fun, effective and enjoyable for parent and child!
I have been feeling all over the place lately when it comes to planning homeschool. I wanted to make a one-stop planner that I could use to help focus my plans. With a 2yo and a 5yo, I want to be sure I’m staying on track with each of their developmental needs while still focusingContinue reading “DIY Homeschool Planner”
Early learning is all about engaging little learners at a critical period of brain development from birth to age five. Nurture, nutrition and engagement all help grow a happy, healthy child. By age five or six is another milestone – Kindergarten! Follow these five activities 2-3 times a week to feel confident your little learnerContinue reading “At-Home Learning Schedule”
Have you heard of the 5-Seconds Rule? No, I’m not talking about dropping food on the floor! This 5-Second Rule is a good rule of thumb to remember when talking with you toddler or preschooler. Young minds are developing rapidly and absorbing a lot of information. When you ask them a question, it is easyContinue reading “The 5-Seconds Rule”
Painting is a great way to engage your kiddos at home, work on fine motor skills and let them be creative! But some parent avoid it because it can also get super messy! Here are a few tips to keep little ones and parents happy! 1. Q-TIPS: Use Q-tips instead of paint brushes. Easy forContinue reading “Preschool Painting Tips”
If your kids are anything like mine, when someone asks them what they did today they either go blank or they get silly and make weird noises. This activity can help keep your kids focused in a dialogue – whether it be a FaceTime call with Grandma, a Zoom hangout with their teacher, or justContinue reading “Tell Me 3 Things”