Felt Board Stories: Mo Willems’ Pigeon books

Have fun creating an awesome felt story board for your little one based on The Pigeon Books #homeschool #preschool

I'm continuing on my felt activities series, I made our first felt board stories, it encompasses more than one book from Mo Willems. You see our felt pizza and other felt food that we made as well. I introduced my youngest son to Mo Willems' books when he was little and he has memorized all of them. Now that he can read, he reads them all to me but I'm sure it's because he's committed them to memory. Mo Willems' Books If you haven't read his books, they are so fun and my little guy loves … [Read more...]

Preschoolers and Peace Review

Keep your sanity with schedule, activities and advice about preschoolers #homeschool #preschool

If you have any preschoolers in your home then you will want to read my review of Preschoolers and Peace: Homeschooling older kids with success while loving the little ones at your feet from Preschoolers and Peace.    The Preschoolers and Peach ebook is written as a guide for parents of preschoolers. If you have a preschooler in your homeschool, there are a lot of great practical advice and suggestions that you can use. Kendra Fletch, the author, is the mother of 8 children, ranging in age … [Read more...]

Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party #47

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Welcome to the Last week you helped us break a new record with 164 posts! Thank you so much for linking up! Our cohosts have now completed their first full month with us, and they have pinned a lot of your links. Please makes sure that you follow them! We also have a new co-host for the next 5 months. Herchel from Scruggbug Corner has joined our team. Please make sure you follow her. Her links are below. Also, please make sure that you are pinning the two links before the posts you link up. … [Read more...]

Make your Own Felt Pizza

Make your own pizza over and over again #homeschool

This is the third day of my felt series, I made some more felt pizza. This was fun because your little one can add in the toppings themselves. I had to conserve my brown felt since I had already used it for my bread and cookies and I need them for my gingerbread man. So I couldn't use 2 sheets and stuff it like I usually would. I sewed the red felt and stuffed it so it has a thin crust. What do you need to make felt pizza? Felt brown - crust red - sauce, pepperoni yellow - … [Read more...]

Felt Food – Sandwich, Cookies and Donuts

Make some awesome felt food for some great pretend play with your little ones.

This is the first day of my felt series which will likely run for 5 or 6 days, we'll see how it goes. There were some great ideas in the fun fall felt activities post that also includes a huge giveaway if you missed it. I fell in love with felt and I am not a crafty person...at all. You will uneven edges, uneven stitches, seams sticking out, it's not pretty. I initially was going to make some flat sandwich items by cutting them out of felt. When I made one, it was floppy and I thought a … [Read more...]

Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party – Week 46

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Welcome to the Here are this week's The post that received the most clicks was from Tammy at Creative K Kids. She shared a post on Free Lunchbox Notes Printables. These 6 posts all received 6 clicks last week!   Caramel Apple Cupcakes and Cookbook Giveaway -- Recipes for our Daily Bread 20 Fall Apple Desserts --The Gracious Wife Peanut Butter Cup and Oreo Dirt Cake -- Everyday Trish Honey Lollipops for Colds -- Gator Mommy Reviews 13 Pear Recipes for Fall -- A … [Read more...]

Fun Fall Felt Activities + Huge Giveaway

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This is the first post in my felt series, who doesn't love felt? I was inspired by some Melissa and Doug felt food and thought that I'd be able to create my own felt food. I purchased these felt sheets from Amazon and I decided to make some felt food of my own. I am not crafty, I don't sew anything other than buttons so this was a huge project for me. I don't even have different colored thread, I had black and white. Luckily I visited my mom and she had some other pretty colors for me to … [Read more...]

Keep Your Child on Task with a Student Logbook

Simple and easy way to keep your child on track #homeschool #hsreviews

If you're looking for an easy way to keep your child on track then my review of My Student Logbook which is made by the company - My Student Logbook is perfect. The system is so simple and effective that I couldn't believe how easy it was to use.    The pages of in the student planner are dated from August 2014 to July 2015, other then the dated checklist sheets there are extra printables for a about me page reading list prayers and goals events/projects test records year … [Read more...]

Are Your Children Cyber Safe? #CyberTalk

What measures do you take to ensure your child is safe online and on social media?

We live in an internet age and if you don't know what your children are doing when they are online, it can be pretty scary. I have a pre-teen soon to be teenager which is pretty scary itself as we are stepping into a new parenting era. As kids we did not have access to the internet until I was in high school. We didn't even have our own computer until the last year of high school, I was always going to my friend's house to type up my papers. I remember working on an essay with a friend and we … [Read more...]

Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party – Week 45

Bloggers Brags weekly pinterest party

Welcome to the Here are this week's These 8 posts received all the same amount of clicks last week! Candy Corn M&M Cookies -- Be Forever 31 Grilled Eggplant Rollatini -- A "Mind" Full Mom Peanut Butter Banana Flatbread -- My Family Mealtime 27 Recipes that use Zucchini -- The Ultimate Linky 100's of Free Printables -- Denverista Easy DIY Scarf -- Some of This and That and Other Things Get Paid to Work for Newslines -- Work at Home Wisdom Bliss Jar - Homemade … [Read more...]