Learning Shapes with Little Owl’s Night is by Bethany from Math Geek Mama. As a mom of many small children, I love finding lessons and activities that I can do with all my kids at once, and also teach multiple subjects at once. So when I first read the book, Little Owl’s Night, I knew we would have to include it in… Read More
The following post is from Demetria of Christian Homeschool Moms. This post is sponsored by Math-U-See. I began using Math-U-See back in 2007 when I first started homeschooling my oldest. I fell in love with this math program right away. I look forward to sharing my experiences with you in this post. (Also, keep reading to find out more about… Read More
The following post is from Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner: Pattern Blocks are a fun way to learn shapes, practice fractions, and recognize attributes. They also encourage creativity. They’re just plain fun! Pattern Blocks are a daily staple in our home, so I’m always on the search for new and different ways we can use them during our day. Here are… Read More
Disclaimer: During my time blogging, I have had a lot of chances to review products. Fort Magic may be my favorite thing that my family has been able to try out. Seriously – this thing is so awesome that I couldn’t even write a regular old boring disclaimer that I got this free to review. Fort Magic is awesome (and… Read More
The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online Here’s a fun and easy activity to work on shape recognition and counting. In this, children will recognize and count shapes that they see that make up a picture of a flower.
The following post is from Christy of Eclectic Momma: Unique holiday that involves food? Count us in! A couple of years ago a friend alerted me to this yearly phenomenon called Pi Day. At first I thought, “Yeah, finally a day to celebrate pie! How cool is that?” Then I noticed the spelling. Wait, a minute that is NOT how… Read More