CREATE

Letter of the Week
EDUCATION

Letter of the Week Series: Letters E+F

This week, for our summer homework series, we covered the letters “E” and “F”. On our family calendar I had written “ef” – so my son kept walking around saying “Effffff”, which was slightly embarrassing, but…whatever. Since this is our third week of these activities, I don’t feel the need […]

Birthday Compli-mats
BIRTHDAY

Compli-mats {Free Download}

Question: What do you get when you combine a compliment and a place mat? Answer: A *compli-mat*. (Ba-dum-ching!) It sounds like a lame joke – but it’s actually a fun (and practical) activity! I created this project as a way to teach my children how to point out the positives […]

Birthday Poster
BIRTHDAY

Birthday Posters

Do you love freebies as much as I do…? I hope so! Because I’m sharing a BIG one with you today! When my daughter turned four in May, my son asked if we could make her a “big” birthday poster. And he meant BIG. Actually, his exact words were, “Can we […]

Letter of the Week
EDUCATION

Letter of the Week Series: Letters C+D

We finished our “C” and “D” letter of the week activities – and once again, we had a great time learning and playing! We didn’t deviate much from our first week (you can read about it here). There are eight activities total, and here they are in no particular order… […]

Goal Planner and Tracker
GOALS

PERSONAL GOALS | July 2017

Can I get real with you? Sometimes my life gets busy. Crazy busy. As in three-kids-running-around-and-I’m-so-exhausted-I-haven’t-showered-in-three-days busy. And lately I’ve found myself settling into a “priority” routine. A routine where I get all of the “must dos” checked off my list:  feed the kids, laundry, play with the kids, laundry, […]

Letter of the Week
EDUCATION

Letter of the Week Series: Letters A+B

Let me start by saying I’m a “mean Mom” who makes her kids do homework over the summer. Actually, to be fair, I don’t “make” them do anything – they love doing homework! In fact, as soon as my daughter woke up today she asked, “Can I do my homework […]