1. Make a Changing Faces Man

    Gresham and I made this "changing faces" man yesterday! We got the idea from this post at A Little Learning for Two. Check out her post - her dolls are…

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  2. Emergent Reader Activity: Discriminating Between Words

    I am currently teaching my 4 1/2 year old to read at home without a curriculum. We started with word families (you can read more about our "method" here), and…

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  3. Make a Rainstick - Musical Instrument Craft

    Making a rainstick is easy to do, and the results are totally worth it - with a tube this long, you get a really soothing rain sound. Ever since I…

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  4. Sorting and Classifying

    Here's an easy game for preschoolers through elementary age, and you can use it to cover multiple learning objectives at one time! For a busy homeschooling mom, that's an important…

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  5. Make a Rocket Pack

    I saw this post on how to make a jet pack out of a cereal box on Along the Way, and I knew my boys would love it! There's something…

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  6. Teach Your Child to Read without a Curriculum

    I am currently in the process of teaching my second child to read using mostly materials around the house, and I thought I would blog our ideas! When Aidan was…

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  7. Favorite Chapter Books for Boys, Part 2

    We have so many favorite books that it was impossible to fit them all in one post! Here are some more of our favorite chapter books for boys, and here…

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  8. Make Your Boys into Superheroes!

    We did this quick and easy craft today while Aidan had a friend over! To make the pictures, I took photos of the boys and then printed them (we're currently…

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  9. Favorite Chapter Books for Boys, Part 1

    Jordan and I both enjoy reading, and we have been pleased that all of our boys love books as well! I decided to post some of our favorite books, and…

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  10. Make a Home for a Pretend Pet

    The flu hit our house this week! And it has not been fun. It starts with fever and aches, and lasts about 5 days total. All of us have had…

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