•   This is a  sponsored post. For the first time it is football season at my house. Twice a week we head over to a local church’s soccer fields for flag football. We have one night of practice and another for games. We are there for over an hour both evenings. On those nights I… [Continue Reading]

    Rice Recipes for Quick Dinners with SuccessRice
  •   A simple printable math worksheet like this pumpkin activity I am calling Pumpkin Teeth is a great math learning tool. The pumpkins head can be used as a  math mat for practicing math facts. What do you need along with the printable math worksheet? Before I share the list with you, you will want… [Continue Reading]

    Printable Math Worksheet- Pumpkin Teeth
  • Fall art activities for kids  have started to appear on The Sunday Showcase. I found a number of them as I scrolled through the link up during the  last week. Theywere  awesomely fun and creative! Your children are going to love working on them. If you have any fall art activities you would like to share in… [Continue Reading]

    Fall Art Activities for Kids
  •   Not everybody has  abundance of fall leaves that descend into their backyard the way we do here in South Carolina and some people long to have autumn leaves. I remember several years agp reading about a lady who wanted fall leaves sent to her so her children could learn and explore with them. When I… [Continue Reading]

    1st Grade Sight Words- Building Leaf Words
  • I am going to use the  printable shared in this post  to play words games that focus on sight words with my son. I thought you might like a copy of it to use with your children. You actually may decide that you want to play different word games with it or work on other… [Continue Reading]

    {Free Printable} Word Games- Sight Word Scarecrow Game

Rice Recipes for Quick Dinners with SuccessRice

Rice Recipes for Quick Dinners

  This is a  sponsored post. For the first time it is football season at my house. Twice a week we head over to a local church's soccer fields for flag football. We have one night of practice and another for games. We are there for over an hour both evenings. On those nights I need to come up with quick dinners I can put together  for my Continue Reading

Printable Math Worksheet- Pumpkin Teeth

Printable Math Worksheet- Pumpkin Teeth

  A simple printable math worksheet like this pumpkin activity I am calling Pumpkin Teeth is a great math learning tool. The pumpkins head can be used as a  math mat for practicing math facts. What do you need along with the printable math worksheet? Before I share the list with you, you will want to download the printable pumpkin math Continue Reading

Fall Art Activities for Kids

Fall art activities for kids

Fall art activities for kids  have started to appear on The Sunday Showcase. I found a number of them as I scrolled through the link up during the  last week. Theywere  awesomely fun and creative! Your children are going to love working on them. If you have any fall art activities you would like to share in the link up or a wonderful child Continue Reading

1st Grade Sight Words- Building Leaf Words

1st Grade Sight Words Building Leaf Words

  Not everybody has  abundance of fall leaves that descend into their backyard the way we do here in South Carolina and some people long to have autumn leaves. I remember several years agp reading about a lady who wanted fall leaves sent to her so her children could learn and explore with them. When I came across a package for crepe paper Continue Reading

{Free Printable} Word Games- Sight Word Scarecrow Game

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I am going to use the  printable shared in this post  to play words games that focus on sight words with my son. I thought you might like a copy of it to use with your children. You actually may decide that you want to play different word games with it or work on other reading concepts instead. It has been purposely left open ended.  Let me tell Continue Reading

Reading Games- Sight Word Stackers

Reading Games Sight Word Stackers

There is just something wonderful about stacking cups. As soon as I took out these sight word stackers or cups with sight words on their bottoms, I was asked what we were going to do with them. “We are going to play a sight word reading games,” I announced. I confess that there was a slight sigh that slipped out of someone’s mouth. Stacking Continue Reading

Apple Learning Activities- Sunday Showcase

Apple Learning Activities

  I looked through the treasure trove of posts shared on the Sunday Showcase over the past few years hunting for apple themed learning activities. Boy, there have been a lot of wonderful posts shared through out the years during the months of August and September. I selected eight of them to share with you.  It was really hard to narrow down the Continue Reading

Spelling Games With Mixed Up Words and Apples

Spelling Games with Mixed Up Words

  We recently purchased a huge container of red plastic cups to use at a family reunion. We must have over bought because there were tons of red cups left over. We can save some for the next family gathering, but I just knew we could use some of them now for spelling games. I just needed to think about how for  a little while. What I came Continue Reading

Spelling Activities- Trace and Write

Spelling Activities- Trace and Write

As I mentioned in yesterday's post (Practicing Spelling Words with a Place Mat) , I am featuring  activities you can do in your classroom or a home that work on spelling words this week. Today's spelling activity is called Trace and Write.  I decided to make it after looking at an amazing glass message board on the Better Homes and Garden's For Continue Reading

Practicing Spelling Words with a Place Mat

Practicing Spelling Words with a Place Mat

We have just started our first year of practicing spelling words and taking a weekly spelling test. Every night we do an activity in JDaniel's homework notebook using his spelling words. Along with doing those activities I thought it would be fun to come up with some other ways to work with his words. This week I will be sharing an activity each Continue Reading

Shop Your Way – In Vehicle Pick Up #MORETOYOU

Shop Your Way In Vehicle Pick Up

By the time I had finished second grade my mom had become a single parent. She had three young girls to raise along with teaching 24 kindergartners. To say that her days were busy would be an understatement. Once a season she would head to Sears to get us each a few new clothes to wear.  She knew she could count the clothes she got for us at there Continue Reading