DIY Playroom Learning Tree for Reading and Math

Learning Tree Cover

My son is a hands-on and very visual learner, so I try to incorporate tangible learning activities wherever I can, including in the playroom. One of his favorite hands-on activities is the Playroom Learning Tree where he is able to

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Not Even a Little White Lie | Kids’ Devotional

Not Even a Little White Lie Kids Devotional

Read Acts 5:1-4verses 1-11 if you deem appropriate for your child’s age.) Pinocchio Revisited: (Printable version now available at the end of the post!) Geppetto, a lonely carpenter with no children, decided that he wanted a boy. He carefully carved

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Popsicle Stick Bookworm Bookmark Craft

Wooden Craft Stick Bookworm Bookmark

Lately, I have been trying to do more crafts with my son. Since he loves reading his books, we decided to make a cute bookworm bookmark using craft sticks. This craft is simple and fun to make. I hope your

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Rainbow Sentence Building Activity

Rainbow Sentence Building Activity Teaching Kids

Since rainbows are so much fun, I thought it would be awesome to use them for a learning activity (you know, so learning is fun too!) I am currently working with my oldest son on reading, so I wanted to

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Learning With Mini Mailboxes | Reading and Math

Finding fun ways to teach can make such a difference in a child’s interest to learn. We found these adorable mailboxes (available at Target stores usually around Valentine’s Day or order on Amazon.com—affiliate link) and my son had a blast

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Rosetta Stone Kids Online Reading Program

Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program

Disclaimer: I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Rosetta Stone. I received a product and a promotional item to thank me for participating. All opinions are my own. My son is a little over the age of

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Teach Your Kids to Read-Reading Eggs Review

Disclaimer: I received a free product for my review! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity.. My son just turned 3-years-old and was unable to get him into

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