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I LOVED teaching nursery rhymes in our homeschool when my children were younger. There are so many different ways to bring a nursery rhyme to life for a child. So when I received the new Margaret Wise Brown, who just so happens to be one of my FAVORITE children’s book authors thanks to the Runaway Bunny, I could hardly wait to dive into the magical storyline and...

I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last month we explored and created storybook activities themed to Composers. This month’s new theme is Books That Have Been Turned Into Movies. Oh the possibilities, boy are they endless! A lot of movies start as books and sometimes, movies turn into books. Over...

Do you like that loveable Wibbly Pig from the Mark Inkpen storybooks? Even if you do not know who Wibbly Pig is, why not take a few minutes and have some fun with the new Wibbly Pig! Adventures with Wibbly! DVD from NCircle Entertainment.  This fun DVD brings 6 fun episodes and 3 sing-along songs for you and your children to have fun with to life, right out of...

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how to include a fun DIY Kids Christmas Lighthouse Project inspired by the Holiday Lighthouse ornament by Tracy Larsen for the July 2015 Featured Artist as part of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club into your arts and craft lessons. This fun kids hands-on craft focuses on making memories, just like the artist who was inspired...

Making math lessons fun is a must in my house. I have never been shy about the fact that math and I do not always get along. So, when I get the opportunity to make math lessons not only fun, but also bring them to life with hands-on activities, I just jump right in. It makes math that much easier for my children to learn and be reinforced when the math skills...

Did you ever think that they could turn the Disneyland ride Space Mountain into a blockbuster movie? I know that Disney can do magical things and their new movie, Tomorrowland, they have filled the silver screen with all things grand, marvelous, wondrous, and above all, futuristic to fit in perfectly with the theme. This film is chalk full of action, adventure,...

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Sensory Bins Series! This month I am back with a new book-inspired sensory bin! Sensory bins are a lot of fun, but are also a great way to incorporate some hands-on learning! I like to tie in great children’s literature with my sensory bins, so that is what I am going to try to do as a contributor for Enchanted Homeschooling Mom...

The summer is here and this is a great beach themed book gross motor activity to do. My girls love doing these book gross motor activities. It is a fun way to bring the book to life. We used the book There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Shell! for this activity. We really enjoy this book series. The words from the book give you lots of time to practice the gross...

With Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron out and going strong at the box office, have you been looking for a way to include some Avenger fun in your home with your children? I know that both Beck and Elizabeth love it when I include superhero fun into their learning, so when Disney released these fun coloring pages I just had to include them and share them...

All aboard! Are you ready to take your child on a transportation adventure? Then head out on a Spot A Lot Vehicle Adventure where a package has to be delivered but the delivery truck broke down. My kids are like this with our delivery drivers since they are here almost daily delivering packages to our rural home. Since we run several businesses out of our home, online...

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how to bring a fun DIY Kids Art Décor Project inspired by the 1965 Ford Mustang ornament by Don Palmiter for the June 2015 Featured Artist for the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club into your arts and craft lessons. This fun family hands-on craft focuses on making memories, just like the artist who was inspired to create...

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