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We are thrilled to be reviewing the (pre) reading program All About Reading Level Pre-1. If you missed my previous post, an introduction to the program, start here first. We have just completed the 10th lesson of the 78 included in the program, so now that we are really getting into it and have a […]Continue reading
If I had to define compassion with a photo, this would be it! Luke scraped his knee and it was bleeding a little bit. I gave him a (clean) dish rag to hold on the cut while I ran upstairs to grab a Band-aid for him. This is what I found when I came back […]Continue reading
As L&L are getting a little older, I feel they’re ready to start learning about money. They often get small amounts of money sent to them in holiday and birthday cards, which usually ends up in my cabinet where I hold onto it for them. They’ve also gotten to the point that they like to […]Continue reading
I am going to start making lots of different sensory bottles with Luke and Lilah, my preschool-aged children. As we perfect them, we’ll share them with you! Here’s the first one: a DIY rain stick sensory bottle. Rain sticks are fun for the youngest baby all the way to the adults! Not only do they […]Continue reading
Last week, I read a blog post by Aleacia at Dilly-Dali Art that changed my life. Okay, not really. But I did read a post with the coolest. art. activity. EVER!!! And, it did change my life in that I had to run out to a craft store for paint AND a home improvement store for pots […]Continue reading
The tornado in a bottle is seriously the easiest homemade science lesson–even science TOY if you will–that you will ever make! We have had so much fun with this simple DIY activity! I saw this pin on Pinterest and knew we’d have fun with it! So a big thank you goes out to EllieMoon for her […]Continue reading