It would be a stretch to say that we’re a family of travelers. Even though my kiddos have not seen the world over doesn’t mean they can’t “know” it. I created this free printable book to help kids learn the fifty states through a doing a little research and digging and also having a little fun sketching and doodling along the way.
I’m a homeschool mom so making sure my four kids are fluent writers is at the top of my daily to do list. Practice makes perfect so we write often and in lots of sneaky ways they don’t even recognize as “practice.” This free printable pack of twenty sheets of lined paper to print is a fun way to provide a template for your child’s books, poems, journals, or reports.
Do you have child that you anticipate will grow up to be an artist? Will they make their living through fine art or commercial art? Maybe a handful of you will answer yes to that question. But for those of you that shook your head no I encourage you to ask the question how can art encourage your child even if they don’t appear to be a gifted artist. What is art and how can taking part in the arts benefit every child?
Ever feel a little weird around the edges? Or maybe you’ve come to terms with your quirky self as a grown up but that can be tough to do when you’re a kid. Especially these days when the compare/contrast game is at our fingertips all the time. Check out these nine pretty printable being different quotes to encourage your little people (okay, and you too) to celebrate the weird little things that make them them!
Celebrate? Who likes to celebrate? We all do , right? When life’s circumstances are just right, anyway! These pretty, glittery quotes about celebration are here to remind you there is always something to celebrate in every single day!
Are you pretty much a computer genius? Nah, me neither, at all. The awesome thing about the books in this list is that they put the world of computer coding in reach of all of us. This list specifically features the best coding books that teach Python programming for kids.
Being a kid can be tough. Heck, being a human can be tough. Everyone needs a little encouragement that they’ve totally “got this” from time to time. These positive affirmations for kids come in the form of printable notes (throw ’em in a lunchbox ) and a poster that remind your kids you know they can do it!
Is playtime only important to young children? At what age does playing stop being an acceptable way to learn? Playtime doesn’t need to be relegated to the youngest of kids or be limited to a twelve minute recess after lunch. Play counts, no matter your age. Check out these quotes about play as a way to remind you and your tribe that play is a big deal!
What is this new buzzword “grit” anyways and why do we want our kids to have it? It sounds unpleasant, right? It’s not. It’s a goal for raising kiddos that know how to keep working hard towards a goal even when times get tough. Check out these pretty quotes about grit. (Even grit quotes can be pretty, right?) Find out what grit is and how to inspire it in your kids; and maybe even in ourselves. After all, the learning should never stop!