I got to spend the best week in Colorado with my dear friend catching up, talking, laughing, crying and talking about our out of control lives and kids! It was great!! 🙂 While we were together we made list upon list of things we wanted to accomplish with our lives and our family. One thing we did which I loved was make a list of virtues for her family and her kids. We are both very visual so to have something to stare at helps to remember what in the world we actually do want for our family. I had never really made a point to sit down and list out what our goals were for our family…I’d seen them thousands of times..the cute little signs “our family loves, kisses, hugs, never yells, is always calm, sweetly disciplines, never gets mad” etc etc… (In the name of full disclosure…I have one of those signs and I love it!) That being said…All the things listed on my cute sign about our family rules are not put into practice in our family as much as I’d like. My very creative and artistic friend made a sign for immediate teachable moments with her kids when something listed on that cute sign doesn’t happen (i.e.: like when your kids (or you) begins screaming at the top of your lungs because you find your coffee mug tipped over and coffee spilled all over your couch, or when instead of patience you huff and puff and roll your eyes because your 3 year old is taking 1 billion years to zip up his coat because he HAS to do it himself)…ok maybe these things are just me, again full disclosure, I am most definitely not the most patient person in the world!! SO because I am not artistic like my amazing friend (by the way check out her stuff here: http://piperpixiedoodle.com ) I decided to make my own chart…sans pretty handwriting and beautiful art…but instead on my simple and foolproof computer! I’d love to share it with you and your family!! Click on the link below for the printable!!
Can you believe March is almost over!? I am still trying to get used to writing 2014! We are getting excited at seeing sunshine and a few blades of
green brown grass peeking through the melting snow! We’ll soon be welcoming April and the showers that bring us May flowers! I’d love to share with you April Calendar Cards! We love our calendar time and love these cards that go with it.
We love our calendar…you can find it here:
For more Calendar Cards check out Calendar Printables or here
Here’s a few printables to go along with the Letter N…. I hope you enjoy this New, Nice, Neat, Nifty letter N fun! 🙂
check out other great preschool & toddler ideas here! : http://www.1plus1plus1equals1.net/tag/tot%20school/
I’ve been seeing these books all over the place but finally made a point to check them out and OH are they fun!! We are loving learning about Native Americans! These books do such a great job at teaching at the level they state they’re teaching to…not too deep, not too basic but just the right amount of information for this age to be able to actually remember. Thanks to Erica @ http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com for finally motivating me to actually buy these instead of continuing to just think about it!
You can check out this and other History Pockets here: http://www.amazon.com/History-Pockets-Native-Americans-Grades/dp/1557999015/ref=sr_1_7?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1390422189&sr=1-7&keywords=history+pockets
Watching a documentary on the Inuit…I LOVE YOUTUBE! 🙂
My 3 year old was invited to a birthday party recently where the theme was Star Wars. Since then he has been Darth Vader, C-3PO but of course always returns to the beloved Luke Skywalker. I’d love to share this preschool pack with you and of coarse…May the Force Be With You! 🙂
I’ve been on a bit of creating streak and wanted to make my own Calendar Cards. I am working on every month but thought i’d share February!
We love Calendar time. Not only do the kids love it, it really is a way to smooth myself into the school day. We love our Calendar pocket chart. This is ours:
Here’s a link to the cards:
More to come!! 🙂