There are so many classic kids’ stories that involve sheep! From “Baa Baa, Black Sheep” to “Mary Had a Little Lamb”, kids love reading and singing about sheep. Naturally, when you get ready to do a farm unit study with the children, you’ll want to include some fun Sheep Crafts for Preschool children. And these adorable […]
Easter is coming up on us super quick! Are you prepared? Thanks to Target and these Free Easter Printables for Mom, I am just a bit more prepared than I was. The Easter Bunny usually brings Chocolate, but this year I am hoping for some pretty potted Tulips or a cute shirt in my Easter […]
There are so many fantastic Spring and Easter Nursery Rhymes for toddlers, but one of my favorites is 5 Little Easter Bunnies. In this spring-themed counting rhyme for toddlers and preschoolers, you can practice counting backward from 5. One of the best ways for children to connect with the rhymes and numbers especially with toddlers […]
These Find the Letter Printables: S is for Sheep will help your preschool and early-elementary aged children work on recognizing the letter S among many other letters of the alphabet. Just in time for Spring, this Sheep themed worksheet is a perfect extra for your reading preparedness studies! Over the next few weeks, I will […]
Cock-a-doodle-doo! For generations, the rooster has been associated with farm living. Years ago, farmers listened for the rooster’s crow to know when to wake up and start the day. In fact, barns usually have weather vanes that are shaped like roosters too! So it’s natural to include lots of fun Rooster Crafts and Activities for […]
These Find the Letter Printables: R is for Rooster will help your preschool and early-elementary aged children work on recognizing the letter R among many other letters of the alphabet. This cock-a-doodle rooster themed worksheet is a perfect extra for your reading preparedness studies! Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing some free […]
Last week, our menu was very kid friendly. In addition to them being approved by even the most picky eaters, they were all simple and low ingredient. That means that kids (and dads) could easily make them, giving Mom a break from the kitchen! This week, Mom is back in the kitchen with some delicious […]
I love to read and have for my entire life. Consequently, I wanted my children to also love to read. That meant that reading was never forced and never a punishment. Instead, I constantly supply them with books (or magazines) that interest them. Even comic books encourage reading. Anyway, I have compiled a fun list […]
When making my weekly meal plan, I like to create things that my children love because that is easier than dealing with picky eaters and complaints. However, I also can’t exist on chicken nuggets and pizza! I need more things, so I am constantly on the hunt for delicious, nutritious, and kid friendly meals. This […]
When you think of a cow, you probably picture a traditional black and white spotted one. But did you know that there are brown cows called Jersey cows too? They’re commonly used on farms and these Jersey Cow crafts and activities are a great way to teach kids about them! Jersey cows are primarily used […]
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