Boy, oh boy does time surely fly when you are having fun! Hello everyone and welcome to the home of the Poppins Book Nook monthly themed virtual book club for kids! Can you believe that the second year of the Poppins Book Nook is almost over? The goal of the Poppins Book Nook is to make reading supercalifragilisticexpialidocious for children by adding a spoonful (or...

Welcome to the next installment of My One True Love Coloring Series.  If your family loves princes and princesses and a good, fun art lesson, then this Prince themed coloring pack for them. So, with the flick of my wand I would like to introduce you to my new FREE My True Love Princess Cut and Paste Coloring Pack.  There is truly no limit to learning with...

Are you having fun with your Sing With Me Through the ABC’s Series adventures? Then welcome back to the 4th installment in the series that focuses on the Letter D! Come have fun with drums, donuts, dinosaurs and more as you teach your child or students how to recognize, write, read, and enjoy the Letter D.  A weekly series is a great way to learn all about...

It can be very easy to fall into a rut if you routine in your homeschool is fairly similar every day. This has happened in our homeschooling journey several times a year where it feels like the movie Groundhog Day. That’s when I put on my thinking cap and pull our homeschool out of rut and have some learning fun without sacrificing our lesson plans. We are all busy...

Princes, princesses, castle, knights, fairy tales, and more are a constant in our home. We all love good storybooks and a lot of them have these elements in them. Recently we were playing a new princess themed board game and I came up with the idea to make a fun Princess themed coloring pack for them. So, with the flick of my wand I would like to introduce you to...

Hands-on learners sometimes need a little extra push here or there to make learning fun and give it some variety from time to time. When it comes to numbers, why not help your child or students use dough to practice their numbers? These FREE Number Dough Mats come ready to use to practice your child or student’s numbers from 0-20.  Learning with dough can...

Is your child or family involved in the martial arts or thinking about it? Have you considered studying one of the great martial artists, Bruce Lee? If so, then I have just the learning pack for them in my lapbook series which is a study guide for the book: Who Is Bruce Lee.  In this lapbook your child or student will find facts about the life and accomplishments...

My family loves to include Disney fun into not only our lessons, but also in our family time too. We watch movies, play games, and generally love all things Disney. When Strange Magic released into the theaters we were very happy to start learning and playing with this new Disney movie.  Do your children like mazes or spot the difference exercises in multiple...

Did you know that the US Census Bureau estimates that the 2013 population in this week’s state was approximately 8.9 million people and that makes this state the highest per square mile population density at 1,030 people per square mile for its land mass of 7,355 square miles? This state also only contains metropolitan areas for its counties. This state is also...

With Groundhog Day almost here, are you looking for fun educational elements to add to your school or classroom to bring Groundhog Day into your lessons? One way that I like to include Groundhog Day is by using storybooks and activities based on storybooks. This year I would like to share with everyone my FREE Grumpy Groundhog Writing Project that is made to go along...

With Disney’s latest movie Strange Magic now in theater why not learn some magic of your own? Come find a fun hands-on illusion that any child can learn and have fun with.  To make this magic trick even more fun and easy, I am happy to provide a FREE printable to make your illusion even more strangely magical! Get your FREE copy of the Strangely Magical Illusion...

Reading a storybook to your elementary students can be one of many ways to engage them into investigating storybook connections. No matter how you can encourage them to read, it is these storybook connections that become important to developing their retention of the stories they are reading.  I recently did some storybook connection investigations when we were...

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