DIY Doormat- COVID Style

Decorating can be pricey, and custom decor even more so. However, if you are like me, being stuck at home for the past four months (and counting) is really pressuring my “itch to switch”. A large doormat like the one I made could cost you in upwards of $30 plus shipping on Etsy. Now don’t […]

Organized on the Go

When packing for any trip, I think it’s important to have things organized. Not only so you don’t forget things, but also so you can find them! Visiting the beach needs a whole other level of organization thanks to the many things we all love to take. Let me, literally, unpack my beach bag for […]

Preschool Literacy Activities

There are so many ways to promote literacy and develop skills in our preschool age kiddos. I am going to list different ideas, activities, and resources below: Read Aloud Read a book out loud. Start with a picture walk, predict what the story is about, pause to ask questions, wonder out loud, etc. Letter Awareness […]

Home Schooling Pre K- Week 3

Three weeks down… 7 more to go? Anyhow, lets not focus on that. This week we are covering social studies: Heroes in our Community. I feel this is fitting right now, so why not! WEEK 3 THEME: Heroes in our Community TUESDAY Worksheets for Charlie (5 years, Pre K): First name practice Fire Fighter Tally […]

Home Schooling Pre K- Week 2

Hi friends, here in Dallas County (Texas) we have been ordered to stay home until May 20th. That means no more school for my girls until Fall. We plan on doing 3 days of home school until at least then because it has really helped my girls stay sane the past two weeks. This week […]