Archive | Alphabet

04 April 2013 ~ Comments Off

One of a Kind Literacy and Activity Bags Review

I was pleasantly surprised when I received my One of a Kind Literacy and Activity Bags package. What a cute idea! The bag I received had a snowman theme (There were lots more items than what is pictured here). So many items I received have been assimilated into our household already, but I know there […]

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27 November 2012 ~ Comments Off

Homeschool Freebies – How to Find and Use Them

How to have a great year using homeschool freebies . . . Finding homeschool freebies can sometimes be a difficult task because of the vastness of the Internet. I’ve created a page and listed all the best places to find these freebies. There are websites, planners, worksheets, math pages and more. Why try to find […]

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15 November 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Ideal Curriculum

Is there such a thing as Ideal Curriculum? Well, even though there is no way to find a perfect curriculum, there is

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09 October 2012 ~ Comments Off

Kitchen Table Play and Learn Review

I recently came across a book called Kitchen Table Play and Learn by Copley & Custer. The subtitle caught my attention “Activities and lessons for building your preschooler’s vital developmental skills. The book starts out with some questions that someone would have when starting out this book. Then it moves into

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18 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

Kindergarten homeschool – What should you do?

Many people ask me what they should do to start out in homeschooling.  Here’s what I tell them….

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12 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

How to teach writing the alphabet plus my favorite books

Here’s an ebook that I have used to teach my son how to write his letters. It’s only $1.99 but it’s awesome! I wish I had known about this when I taught my daughters how to write. He loves it too. Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic Alphabet Book This site has some great homeschool tools that you […]

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28 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Lesson Planet Review

I found yet another website that I had not discovered before called Lesson Planet. I received a free membership for a couple of months for review and boy was I surprised….

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06 June 2012 ~ Comments Off

ABC Teach Review

I’m sure many public school teachers have heard of ABC Teach, but I don’t  know how many homeschoolers have ever seen this great site. You can find over 5000 pages of free worksheets and pages you can print to use for homeschooling. If you like what you see and want even more,

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27 April 2012 ~ Comments Off

Beginning Handwriting

Here’s a free ebook (I think it is still free) that I have used to teach my son how to write his letters. It’s awesome! I wish I had known about this when I taught my daughters how to write. He loves it too.     Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic Alphabet Book     This site […]

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26 January 2012 ~ 1 Comment

All About Spelling

When asked to review the program All About Spelling, I have to admit that I rolled my eyes a bit before I received my packet. My 3 older girls are not good spellers at all! We tried all kinds of

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19 May 2011 ~ Comments Off

Teach Your Child to Read

I wish I had the secret formula to teach your child to read. I would be rich if I did.  Many people have tried to create a book or video or CD that can accomplish this task. I have 4 children and still really don’t know how they learned to read. I know we used

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12 April 2010 ~ Comments Off

All About Reading – What Am I?

As part of the All About Spelling program, All About Reading coordinates and expands this great spelling program. Their newest book What Am I? was just

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15 March 2010 ~ Comments Off

How to Homeschool Kindergarten

Over the past year I have had several people come to me asking me how to homeschool Kindergarten. After you have been homeschooling a few years, I guess people think you know what you are doing Hopefully I have learned a few things along the way and I have some things I can share with […]

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