Browsing Category : Phonics

How to Teach Reading eCourse


Learn How To Teach READING in your Homeschool! In this eCourse I’ll be sharing my tips to help you teach your children to read! Learning to read is so important that we can often feel overwhelmed! But with my tips you’ll be able to successfully teach your children to read as well as reduce frustration, make reading fun and inspiring,…

Banana Grams Review!


Hi friends! I have a fun giveaway for you guys today. The kind folks at Bananagrams, Inc. sent me one of their newer games to check out. It’s called My First Bananagrams, and it’s great for younger kiddos who are working on learning phonics sounds and beginning spelling.   The game features lower case letters which is nice, and the…

Affiliate Love…


Hi everyone! I wanted to take some time today to share some of my favorite companies with you. These products are some that we personally endorse and use in our homeschooling.   I think you should know, that I’m fairly picky on what we use. And even more so with what I will recommend to you! For that reason, I…

K4 Kindergarten Activities Update


Hi all! Looking for some kindergarten worksheets and activities for your 4-5 year old? Look no further! The Teeny Tot is well into our K4 Kindergarten curriculum and I wanted to share some of her day with you all!   Right now she does a mix of activities to work on a variety of skills each day. Everything you’ll see…

FREE B/W Alphabet Pattern Block Cards


Hello all of you awesome teacher mamas out there! I’ve been on a roll with the pattern block printables lately and after a long wait I finally have my alphabet pattern block printables for you in black and white! A big “Thank you” for your patience and to everyone who requested this! The black and white version of these cards…

Homeschool Reading and Phonics Curriculum Forum


  Hi everyone! Welcome to the homeschool curriculum forum post series! Today we’re discussing reading and phonics. Since my children will be in grades prek, 2nd, 4th, and 5th this post will be geared towards elementary students. However feel free to leave a comment for whatever ages you are working with as I know it will help other homeschoolers out…