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We are loving everything involving letters right now in my house. My daughter loves to write her name and to practice her letters. I previously wrote about the ‘pop-a-letter’ game, you can find the details, here. This Easter egg alphabet matching game is another great way to practice learning both lowercase and capital letters!

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Imagine starting a kid friendly garden with all your children and having them do all the work!  Sounds intimidating, right?  Well, after reading Lesley’s gardening post, (you can find it here) I felt inspired to create a small fruit and vegetable garden, letting my kiddos do all the planting!   What worked out great, was that we just used a section of our pre-existing flower bed to plant our new veggie plants in.Kid Friendly Gardens 1View full post »

One of our favorite authors is Dr. Seuss. His books are hilarious, fun, and I’m usually giggling trying to make it to the end of the book. Some of those words are hard to pronounce, example: “ham-ikka-schnim-ikka-schnam-ikka-schnopp!” March 2, 1904 is Dr. Seuss’ birthday and we love to celebrate him every year. Celebrating his birthday is a fun way to incorporate some of our favorite Dr. Seuss books into the day. We enjoy making “Green Eggs and Ham” for breakfast and wearing silly ‘Cat in the Hat’ hats during dinner. Now that my daughter is old enough to recognize words and letters, we have started a new learning tradition that will most certainly be used for other lessons (ie: math skills, rhyming, learning sight words, etc). This Dr. Seuss inspired game ‘Pop a Letter’ is a fun way to celebrate and is a great learning tool, too. This game will be sure to POP the interests of your little ones!

You can easily adjust the difficulty depending on your child and their skills. Don’t make it too hard, it’s suppose to be fun for the both of you. Warning: this game is loud!Pop the Balloon 1View full post »

Veronica Beeler
Veronica Beeler is a sister to 4, momma to 3, teacher to 2, and wife to 1. She has
a love for home decor, shifting furniture, crafting, and kids. She collects globes and couches, yep, you
read that right, couches! The old, smelly, well loved ones are the best. She homeschools.
She spends her weekends with her sister catching up on chores, planning events, doing/building projects,
running all over Tulsa with their bambinos.

 

 Today she is sharing with us her family’s Valentine tradition!

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 We all like to be told that we are loved, and it’s even more excellent to be told specific reasons why we are loved!  A few years ago, I started a Valentine tradition with my kiddos that the whole family enjoys.

Love Mail

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