Chores….I know there are a million different ideas and methods out there already.  BUT, most of them are for older kids.  I needed an introduction to the responsibility of having chores for my Nathan, who is 3 1/2. I love Lisa’s Boys chore chart that she uses for her boys, but it still was a…

Happy New Year Everyone! We hope everyone had an amazing Holiday with their loved ones! We for sure did! But, we are excited to start off this new year with some great stuff! We both have so many projects planned for the upcoming few months and we are excited to share them with you! As…

Welcome everyone!  I have found over my few years of putting together these Pre-K Packs, that the audience is growing to as many stay at home mom’s, as much as the homeschool community!  I for one – think that is fabulous!  My boys have loved using and playing with the Pre-K Packs!  I love that…

I haven’t even printed these yet, but I was too excited not to share them!  I know Nathan is going to love these, especially the Animal Matching Set!  Basically, they are to help your little ones learn and practice to match their Letter Name to Letter Sound and Uppercase to Lowercase letters. Attached to the…

I created some counting cards to the go with the Halloween Pre-K Pack that came out a few weeks ago!  Nathan has still been super into counting……..he literally counts everything!  Enjoy! Download the Halloween Counting Cards Here I also wanted to share some other fun learning activities that we have planned for the month of October! …

The time is here and I am SO excited!  Today I am releasing my FIRST EVER Pre-K Pack!  Nathan has enjoyed doing many tot/preschool packs courtesy of some of my favorite homeschool sites, such as 2 Teaching Mommies, 1+1+1=1, Homeschool Creations,  Our Little Monkeys, and Lawteedah!  I am excited to be able to start offering them…

My Nathan boy has been really working on counting lately.  He picked up on numbers and number order super easy.  But, when it came to actually slowing down to count items, he just lacked patience.  Say there was 5 apples in front of him, he would would start counting 1 apple, 2 apple and then…