Sometimes the kids get stuck when I ask them to write about a topic. Thankfully, story starters or writing prompts are a great way to get the creativity flowing and the pencils moving. With St. Patrick’s Day quickly approaching, I thought you might like to see the writing prompts we’re using this year.
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My boys love Minecraft. In fact, they’d play it all day, every day if I let them. So, when we were searching for some creative ways to fit history into the 4th grader’s curriculum, incorporating Minecraft into his lessons seemed like a dream come true. Imagine…no fussing over doing school work…it’s a homeschooling mama’s dream!
One of the kids’ favorite ways to practice math facts is by using coloring sheets where they have to solve the problem and then color in the image. The boys prefer the more abstract images with more complex math facts, but the kindergartener is all over everything girly and loves to practice her addition and subtraction facts.
We like to switch up the chore chart lists and cards around here from time to time. While most of the chores remain the same, how they are presented is slightly different. The printable chore chart cards are perfect if your kids like to use dry erase markers, because you can easily laminate them and re-use them day after day.
When it’s that kind of day, all you can do is… Download your free copy of the “Keep Calm and Teach On” poster here.