In my travels around the internet, I came across this wonderful idea and I thought I would share it with you. A doctor’s office in a box (for play of course). The wheels are turning with ideas of other things that could be turned into play boxes. I love this idea.
My guest post today is from Lea Ann Garfias and she blogs over at Whatever State I Am. While two of my children studied quietly at the kitchen table, I gave my eldest son his weekly viola lesson. He was not far into the F Major Scale before a preschool-sized “Narnian Warrior,” complete with sword … Read more
My guest post today is from Lea Ann Garfias and she blogs over at Whatever State I Am. These First Lessons are the Most Important First published in Home School Enrichment Magazine Jan/Feb, 2010. What do I teach my child first during the early years? How do I know if he is ready for kindergarten, … Read more
I am very excited to have Mrs. Candace from Sonbeams guest posting for Sunflower Schoolhouse today because we will be moving into the preschool at home stage this year with our 2.5 year old twins. (photo credit wbd) “Mommy, I want to do school!”, says your little preschool age “BABY” that couldn’t possibly be old … Read more
My husband created this fun animation for our kids. He got permission from the GO FISH GUYS to use their music in this video. I would like to introduce you to Brown Family Studios. We have some fun animations in the works and I can’t wait to share them with you. Please help us spread … Read more
If you are just joining us now, may I suggest that you visit these pages first –> A Trip Across Canada – Introduction To Our Unit Study – Week 1 A Trip Across Canada – General Overview 0f Canada – Week 2 A Trip Across Canada – British Columbia – Week 3 A Trip Across … Read more
Guest Post by Catherine Gillespie I have three children aged 4, nearly 3, and 16 months. Because of their littleness and close age range, things are pretty busy at our house and we needed a preschool core that would allow us to be together rather than requiring me to be apart with my oldest daughter while … Read more
I stumbled on this idea last week and wanted to save it for my post about my Little Bitty Learners. I have been trying to figure out a simple way to do more (planned) activities with the twins (almost 2). I am visual. If something is hidden away, I will forget about it. So, when … Read more