Restoring the Lost Petal

9 Secret PreK Homeschool Resources

If you’re homeschooling for pre-k chances are you fall into one of 3 categories:  Already Ready Already, Sorta Ready or I Know I’m Supposed to Do This But I Don’t Know Where To Start. I flounder between the last two, on a minute by minute bases sometimes.  I’ve shared before my struggle between playing school […]

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Turning the Ordinary Into Teachable Moments

Life should be seen a learning experience.  Every day, no matter our age we should see what we can learn. I need to practice what I preach. All too often I forget that I am not above learning something new. I’m reminded when I look our son that every day is a learning day.  There […]

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My Top Picks: Nature Books for Preschoolers

No matter if you homeschool, public school or private school, reading to your children is never a bad idea or time wasted. Nature books for preschoolers are among our favorite to read. Wyatt loves to be outside and is quite intrigued by nature so we’ve been reading lots of nature and animal books lately. Since […]

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Homeschool Moms: Playing School or Teaching?

As I forage through the more than 45 electronic folders full of homeschool materials, I came across a book that struck me as perfect timing. I have had this book since August 2013 but amidst my collection, it got lost with the masses. This part struck me deep: “Sitting across the table from my wiggly, […]

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What I’m Doing For Homeschool Preschool

Yesterday I wrote about why I’m starting homeschool preschool in September with our 3 year old.  Today I’m going to show you what I plan on doing for homeschool preschool. Formally Informal First off, I have no illusions of him sitting contently for an hour tracing numbers and letter.  I don’t even have illusions of […]

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