Apple Investigation Activities

With apple season upon us, I figured this would be the perfect time to create a printable Apple Investigation PDF for you all to use. No matter the age of your child this is a great guide. With these activities your child will be working on cognitive thinking skills, literacy skills, science and art. Click…

The Softest Buffalo Plaid Mommy & Me Tops

What I love most about these tops is not the fact that they are such a great price, but that they are so freaking soft! They also wash and dry with all the other laundry & havent shrunk or become misshapen. I have found many plaid tops to be stiff & uncomfortable. These are not,…

Scavenger Hunts

We love scavenger hunts. They are great for all ages & you can incorporate so much learning while exploring! We enjoy printing out our scavenger hunts & laminating them so we can use them over and over. I’ve linked some lamination paper we enjoy using and some wipeable utensils we have been loving too. commissionable…

Insect & Arachnid Outside Scavenger Hunt

We love scavenger hunts. They are great for all ages & you can incorporate so much learning while exploring! I specifically made this scavenger hunt to go along with our Insect & Arachnid themed learning activities. We enjoy printing out our scavenger hunts & laminating them so we can use them over and over. I’ve…

Butterfly Anatomy Activities

Activity 1 Print out and discuss the anatomy of a butterfly with your child. Allow them to color the parts as you name them. For younger children, have them practice writing the letters for the word butterfly. Say each letter and say the letter sound(s) each letter makes. For older children use this opportunity to…

Preparing for Back To School & Creating A Learning Space With Your Kids

This post is sponsored by Juicy Juice, however as always, all opinions remain my own. We are so thankful for the teachers Izzy had last school year. Although the year ended differently than originally planned, the teachers did what they could to ease the transition to at home learning. Now before I dive into this…

Make Daily Transitions Easier with a Sensory Kleenex Tissue Box

This post is sponsored by Kleenex, all opinions are my own. I know many of us parents, we have not made a final decision on what school will look like for our kids this fall. For us, no matter what going back to school looks like, we have Kleenex® Ultra Soft™ on the list. Kleenex®…

Back To School & Homeschooling Must Haves

Okay guys, with back to school starting for some and coming soon for others, I decided it was time I pulled a must haves blog post together for you guys. I tried to break it all down in easy to search categories. First I want to say, if you are new to this… it’s going…

Rainy Day, Flower Pot Craft

It’s been pretty rainy the past few weeks. Izzy said, “Do you know what we need to do? We need to brighten up the house with some beautiful flowers!” I told her that was a great idea and thus our little craft was born. I grabbed a can from the recycling bin and a bunch…

Ideas for Showing Teacher Love & Appreciation

This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of The Quaker Oats Company. Izzy and I are so thankful for the school year she had. I couldn’t have asked for a better teacher to help Izzy transition from being at home full time her whole life to part time prek. When the school year was…

Color Scavenger Hunt

Whether you are stuck in doors or heading outside, a color scavenger hunt is a fun activity for kids of all ages. Bonus, it can be educational too! I added two printable PDFs below! Laminate them to use over and over. How can a color scavenger hunt be educational? Well for starters you your child…

Outside Sponge Play

We love using sponges to play outside. You can use them to make prints on so many surfaces. We like to paint with just water for mess free fun! We also love to make chalk paint and create prints and art on the driveway. commissionable links Recently Izzy likes to pretend she’s making animal tracks…