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Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series October Bookmark! The month of October brings lots of fun images of Halloween from spiders to webs to candy and more.  This component of the Months of the Year Printable Series consists of a special bookmark themed to the month of October to use as you read through your monthly themed storybooks.  What...

Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series October Wall Kit! The month of October brings lots of fun images of bats, candy corn, and witches related to Halloween.  October Word Wall Kit This component consists of a word wall, Word Wall Book, and Word Wall Cards.  These are all themed to the month of October.  What Is the Months of the Year...

One my all-time favorite Halloween movies has to be the Disney film Hocus Pocus. The overall fun and excitement that Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy bring to the storyline throughout the movie just makes it so much fun to watch several times a year during the month of October. This year I put together this mini unit of literacy and viewing lessons...

I would like to present the next member requested early learning pack in collaboration by Multi Taskin’ Mom for the E.H.M. Member’s Only Website. We are bringing you the Spook-Tacular Halloween Pack! This is the next early learning pack for the E.H.M. Member’s Only Website that targets early learners and presents skills that they will need to start learning...

So many of you may first be wondering why I am reviewing a Wiggles movie when my children are 9 and 7 years old, respectively. Let me fill you in on a little known secret … the Wiggles are loveable, good ole wholesome fun! How do they tie in with learning and homeschooling you ask? The two go together just like Captain Feathersword and Wags the Dog. There is a...

I was hoping to have some cute little pumpkins from our pumpkin vine to decorate with this year, but due to my “black thumb” and the current drought the vine didn’t make any pumpkins (it is barely holding on right now). So I decided we would make some pumpkins for our table this fall! We came up with Yarn Pumpkins!         To...

I want to say thank you to all of you that follow along with Enchanted Homeschooling Mom.  I appreciate your support!  For those you that are not yet E.H.M. Member’s Only Website members I would like to offer you the opportunity to win a Halloween learning treat.  One lucky winner will win a bundle of my printables that will include the following: Halloween...

One of our family’s favorite Halloween themed storybooks has always been Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. Even though throughout the years we have probably read this story hundreds of times, we all still chuckle at the plot of the story. This year I decided to have Beck and Elizabeth create artwork centered on this storybook to display for one of our favorite...

Happy Halloween! Here is a fun poem to read to your kids on this spooky day: Afraid of the Dark: A Halloween Rhyme Eeepity, creepity, oh what a fright!  Hiding from things that go BUMP in the night  Eeekity, squeakity, oh such a lark!  I wish I wasn’t afraid of the dark. Jack O’Lantern, trick or treat  Scary costumes out on the street  Ghosts and...

Everything has been crazy around our household lately so I noticed that I missed sharing some recent pictures and lessons that we have enjoyed (thank goodness for Instagram as I have found it a lifesaver so many times!). We went on another field trip to our local apple orchard! Playing our haunted house math game.   Working on some witchy word...

I wanted to create some more Halloween themed learning fun to compliment my Monsters and Witches Halloween Pack. Everything found in this activity pack is the perfect compliment to any core curriculum and will help keep your child’s learning moving forward with a fun theme. This activity pack is perfect for K – 3rd grades.       In...

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