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Study Tips #3: How to Study for Tests


Hi friends! Welcome to the third video in the “Study Tips 101” series of my Tip Tuesday videos. In this series we’re going to cover several helpful tips and tricks that will help you and your students be successful in preparing for high school and even college.   Once you’ve mastered your note taking skills, and created useful study tools,…

Expedition Earth: Peru Unit Study


Buen Dia’ and welcome to our Expedition Earth week on Peru! Did you know that Peru’s Macchu Pichu was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007, along with The Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal? That was just one of the cool things we learned about this week. Read on to see what…

Study Tips #2: How to Create Useful Study Tools (a.k.a. Flashcards!)


Hi everyone! Welcome to the second video in the “Study Tips 101” series of my Tip Tuesday videos. In this series we’re going to cover several helpful tips and tricks that will help you and your students be successful in preparing for high school and even college. In today’s video you will learn how to create effective flashcards which will…

Study Tips #1: How to Take Notes


Hi everyone! I’m really exited to be releasing a new series in my Tip Tuesday videos. I’m calling it “Study Tips 101” and we’re going to cover several helpful tips and tricks that will help you and your students be successful in preparing for high school and even college. No matter whether you’re homeschooling, or in a traditional school setting,…

Lowercase a-z Alphabet Mazes


Hi friends! I have a fun new printable for you today. I recently created these Lowercase a-z Alphabet Mazes that coordinate with my Letter of the Week Preschool and K4/5 Kindergarten Curriculum, and best of all their free! YAY!   –>Click here to download the FREE Lowercase Alphabet Mazes <–   Each worksheet includes a challenging, but not too difficult…

Uppercase A-Z Alphabet Mazes


Hi friends! I have a fun new alphabet printable for you today. I recently created these Uppercase A-Z Alphabet Mazes that coordinate with my Letter of the Week Preschool and K4/5 Kindergarten Curriculum, and best of all their free! YAY!   –>Click here to download the FREE Uppercase Alphabet Mazes <– Each worksheet includes a challenging, but not too difficult…

DIY: Cookies in a Jar Gift idea


Good morning! Every year we like to exchange small gifts with our neighbors, and one of our most highly requested repeat gifts was for these Cookie in a Jar gifts! Everyone loved the ones we made last year and asked for more. But I wanted to change them up just a little bit so here’s our updated Cookie in a…

DIY: How to Make a Pillow Cover


Hi friends! Today I have a super fun and easy DIY project for you. Pillow covers are one of the easiest things to make, and it’s a great last minute Christmas gift idea too! This is also a great project for beginners and kids. So if you want to see how to make it, check out today’s video!   Watch…

DIY: Holiday Pretzel Rods


Happy Holidays everyone! I have a super fun and extremely easy kids Christmas treat recipe for you today! Chocolate covered pretzel rods are super simple, and a great way to keep younger kiddos involved in the cooking action! Ready to get started? Supplies: Pretzel Rods Sprinkles Candy Melts (We used white, but you could also use another color!) Cookie sheet…

DIY: Holiday Pretzel Hugs Recipe


Hi everyone! I have another fun holiday treat recipe for you today! I’ve called these Pretzel Hugs and you’ll see why if you keep reading! They’re a super fun and easy treat great for parties, and easy enough that your kiddos can make them on their own!   Ready to get started? Supplies: Mini Pretzel Twists Hershey’s Kisses (We used…