What we do all day

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what we do all day

Fifty dice game


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I love to help my fellow moms and dads find great books for kids and every Monday I share a list of our favorite reads. If you are looking for picture books to read aloud, chapter books to enjoy together or books for your emerging reader, I have a book list that will help you. Be sure to scroll down the page to find what you are looking for. Book lists are grouped by type and age range. As a bribe thank you I even have a special printable bookplate for your kids to color and affix inside their books.

My oldest son was an early math learner so we've spend lots of time at home playing math games and setting up math activities to supplement his school work. Along the way I've learned math doesn't have to be all about worksheets and memorization, it can be creative, too! For a quick overview be sure to peruse 25 favorite creative math ideas for after school. We adore merging mathematics and art in amazing math art activities. When my child was younger, he loved playing around with numbers and anytime he could explore systems and patterns he jumped at it.

Indoor Activities For Kids

Knock Out Dice Game

Kids learn all sorts of skills by playing games.
what do you call the thing that holds arrows

This photo is just snippet of one of the bookcases in our family room. As indicated in t his post , our Montessori homeschool is following more of a Charlotte Mason structure this year. We start our morning with our family work which some call morning time. After our Family work is completed the boys eat a quick snack. Then, one child starts independent work while the other child starts guided work with me.

Here is a select, yet giant list of indoor activities for kids and projects that I have posted. I will be adding to this list as I write new posts. Although I have sorted them by category, categories are not mutually exclusive. Nearly all are free or super-cheap , can be easily set-up a few are more complicated and many, depending on the age of your child, do not necessarily require intense parental involvement Hurrah! Of course, engaging in the activity with your child is never discouraged. Join our email list and as a thank you gift I'll send you a list of 10 waiting games that will make your kids smarter.


5 thoughts on “What we do all day

  1. A parenting resource for children's books, easy indoor kids' activities, play and learning ideas.

  2. You need to find the right activity, or the right book that sparks their minds and leads them to explore their own creative fire.

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