I have always been one to write things out and make a plan. In fact, I currently have three physical paper planners, two spreadsheets on my laptop, and about five apps to fill in the gaps. No joke.
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This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, I may receive a small stipend. Thanks! We love BrainPOP’s Featured Movie of the Day app here at our home school. With topics ranging from science to history to math to current events, there has never been a day when…
With all of the snow and cold weather we have had this winter, it may seem redundant to have a lesson on “ice” crystals, but that is what we did today. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, I may receive a small stipend. Thanks! Little…
I love to read. Love. It. Unfortunately, I don’t get to the library very often and with all of the other household expenses a book seems, well, self-indulgent. When I asked for an eReader for Christmas it was, to me, an extravagant request. For some people it’s Manolo Blahnik’s, for me it’s books.
We have Mr. Popper’s Penguins lined up to read this week as part of our winter homeschool unit, so a penguin heart craft was the perfect way to kick off the fun. This penguin is easy to make and can be used with Valentine’s Day celebrations (thank you heart belly and feet!) or as an extension activity to your penguin lessons.