Most educators, both those formally trained and those trained through experience will agree that no formal curriculum is necessary for pre-school aged children.  Reading aloud and encouraging young children to explore their world in a safe environment is often enough.  Having lots of books in the home is incredibly helpful, since as many a parent can attest,...

Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series September Tracing Lines exercises! The September harvest images range from apples to corn to crows.  This September Tracing Lines motor skills exercises are perfect to help develop your child’s motor skills and are tied to the monthly theme.  These cute exercises should be a fun addition to your lessons.  This...

Welcome back to the blog hop! Wow, it’s hard to believe that this blog hop has been going strong for 50 weeks now. Time really does fly when you are having fun!  The kids and I have officially completed our first full week in the new school year and are getting back into the groove of things. How is your week going? Just in case you missed the blog...

Has your child or student ever asked you who that was or what is that person doing when you are out and about in your community?  I know that Beck and Elizabeth do and I like to take those opportunities to discuss what those people are doing.  The communities that we all live in are filled with people that assist us from teachers to nurses to librarians,...

Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series September Calendar! The month of September brings lots of fun images of the harvest from the start of apple picking season to scarecrows and corn.  This September Calendar should be a fun way to reinforce their calendar skill and the September themed images are a great way to tie the monthly themed to your lessons.    This...

I am so excited to share with all of you that I have written a guest post for Grays Harbor Mom with the topic of How I Study the 50 States in the United States to continue in our US State Study of the Week Weekly Series fun. Visit today to see some of the hands on toys that can be used when learning about the 50 states plus much more here! ...

Over the last year we’ve covered so much information about the study of animals here at Enchanted Homeschooling Mom. I hope that you’ve enjoyed the study and that your kids have had fun learning all about animals! Today we’re going to look at the words Zoology and Zoologist, what they mean and more! Be sure to check out the fun printables that are...

Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series September Writing Paper! The month of September brings lots of fun images of the harvest from crows, scarecrows, corn and the start of apple season.  These writing papers should be fun for children of all ages, but the September themed images are a great way to tie the monthly themed to your lessons.  This...

I am proud to present the latest printable made exclusively for Enchanted Homeschooling Mom by This Sweet Life with my Back-to-School K-3 Activity Pack.  Today we have teamed up to bring you this fun activity pack that is chalk full of learning activities designed to teach your child or students in grades K through 3rd grades in fun and creative ways.  This...

Did you know that the US Census Bureau estimates that the 2013 population for the Rocky Mountain State of Colorado was approximately 5.3 million people? Or that the state population has about 48 people per square mile? Or how about that the state has a land mass of 103,641 square miles? I’ll bet that you did know that the Denver football team, the Broncos, plays...

It’s not everyday that I’m invited to share one of my wreaths with another blog. So when Jill asked me to create a Back to School wreath for her family, I was thrilled. I’m an empty nester so back to school hasn’t been on my radar for a while now. After working and raising a family, we moved to a small town and I was able to retire. So life...

Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series September Descriptive Writing activities! The month of September brings lots of fun images of the harvest and the start of apple season.  These descriptive writing elements should be fun for children of all ages, but the September themed images are a great way to tie descriptive learning elements to the month.  This...

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