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Since deciding to go the Before Five in a Row route, I have been trying to gather books we already own and buy used books that are used in both the Before program and the regular Five in a Row program. It’s been hard to get them all together and remember what goes with […]Continue reading
We started Raising Rock Stars Preschool today and I am so excited about it! It’s a FREE printable program created by Carisa on the 1+1+1=1 blog. The program is based around the book My ABC Bible Verses and it incorporates a weekly Bible verse to memorize and apply, as well as other preschool skills like learning letters, […]Continue reading
Yesterday during nap time, I repurposed some of our many Duplo blocks — you know, the big Lego bricks made for little kids — as DIY Lego Reading Rods. I got the idea from the Filth Wizardry blog‘s post: DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo Bricks. I changed up her idea a little bit by making […]Continue reading
Yesterday I posted about some great printable Preschool & Tot Packs that I found on the 1+1+1=1 blog. If you missed that post, you can check it out by clicking here – Something Borrowed: CARS Preschool Pack. Today, I thought I’d show you a few of the printables in action! These printables come from the […]Continue reading
”Children who have lived in book-filled homes prior to going to school are known to be scholastically advantaged for the rest of their lives. And children who have memorized eight nursery rhymes by the age of three, so I have been told, are always the best readers by the age of eight.” –Mem FoxRhyme is […]Continue reading
Something Borrowed posts feature a borrowed idea or printable from another website or blog that we’ve found to be helpful and would like to share with you. I printed this CARS Preschool Pack for Luke (3yo) from the 1+1+1=1 blog. The child was in heaven! The pack contains a 1-5 counting sheet, a tracing practice […]Continue reading
I just downloaded this FREE play dough recipe book from Nurturestore — it has recipes for various kinds of dough and a year’s worth of play ideas!! Love it! 🙂 Here’s the link to the blog post that contains the download for the free ebook, Let’s Play Dough.Do you have any go-to play dough recipes? […]Continue reading