How do you keep your little one’s attention during homeschool? We use a combination of modules and several curricula for our kids’ schooling. We did tons of research before we made our decision to homeschool our 9th grader and 1st grader. It took us just about the entire 2020 to make tables of pros andContinue reading “Homeschool Science: Animal Habitats”
This week in our homeschool first grade science class, we are going to learn the different homes and habitats for some animals that we chose to study. We have created some visual aids for this lesson. Please feel free to download the files. In this post we included some facts about rainforest animals. Please watchContinue reading “FREE PDF PRINTABLE: ANIMAL HOMES AND HABITATS”
Love to read? Here’s something for you. Our FREE PDF PRINTABLE READING LOG. We created this for our little one but thought we could share this to other families too. Enjoy!
Kids have so much energy. I can only wish I have it too. Kids can’t stay still. They have to constantly move. At times, it gets frustrating for parents especially when they need to do chores and run errands but just couldn’t get it done because of the kids. My personal go to activity forContinue reading “DIY Nontoxic Play Dough Recipe”
Please feel free to download our FREE PDF PRINTABLE Math aid for 1st grader. Soon we will post a video in our YouTube channel using these printables for our daily Math drill.
CoVid19 pandemic created a different world for all of us. Yes, Esperanza has been homeschooled ever since she was 2 years old. Yzzabella started 100% homeschool this year after being on remote learning for the last quarter of 2019-2020 school year. When Illinois shutdown on March 15, 2020, all schools transitioned to remote learning upContinue reading “Life Goes On”
What is your big dream? What is your goal in life? This girl’s goal today is to build a sturdy Lego tower. Life in the U.S. is not as easy as people from other countries envision. I was browsing some posts on Instagram during my break time at work. As expected, 80-90% of all the posts I saw were definitely perfect looking termed by many as “instagrammable.” Everything flaunted beautiful portraits, astounding places, impeccable travel and vacations, winning moments, and so much more. In short, life seemed to look perfect. Continue reading “Building Our Lives Like Lego Blocks”