Category Archives: preschool and kindergarten

Introducing BabbaCo Activity Boxes :: A review and giveaway!

To say my boys (ages 6 and almost 3) were thrilled in receiving and doing our BabbaCo box activities is an understatement!  From the moment our shipment came to the door, there was excitement in the air.  Packages are a big deal at our house. What is a BabbaBox? Geared towards kids ages 3-6, BabbaBox […]

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preschool construction theme :: printables, projects and more!

Well…don’t let my kindergartner know I’ve titled this a preschool theme.  He is done. with. preschool.  Can you tell I’ve heard those words recently? As I reflected in last week’s post, we’re in the thick of a construction project at our home. Very exciting for each member, especially the boys (ages 2.5 and newly 6) […]

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homeschool update

The children have declared that I do not write as much about their schooling as I used to.  They’re right.  When we had a ‘school’ blog, much of their accomplishments and activities were recorded with consistency.  Ahem.  A few family members have noticed as well.  So I’m guilty. Here’s a little bit of a picture […]

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simple fun

Today I let the preschooler and kindergartner make their own Thanksgiving dinner. My recipe: cut out some pictures of food from a magazine, offer some paper plates and a glue stick! Want to share your thoughts? Click here to send me an email.

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mouse paint

When I taught pre-school, it was always a bit amusing when we had a focus on colors and parents would start in a little tentatively: “But, my son already knows his colors!” or “If they can identify the colors, will you be able to do anymore with that topic?…I mean, they are just pre–schoolers.” Well, […]

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His Favorites

A list of Josiah’s (age 2.5) current favorites: 1. Five Little Monkeys video on YouTube. Asked for numerous times in a week :: allowed several times a week! 2. Painting! Fingerpainting at the table or using brushes at the easel…‘can we have painting today Mommy?‘ is daily question. 3. ‘Painting’ on the computer when Mommy […]

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