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!
Merriam Webster defines synonyms for creativity as cleverness, imaginativeness, giftedness, inventiveness, and originality, to name a few. Yes, that. That’s who I wanna be. The antonyms of creativity are dryness and dullness. Boo. Who would choose that? Use these free creativity quotes to remind you and your people not to take life too seriously, take risks, and think outside the box!
Whether you’re a homeschool mama (like me,) or a classroom teacher (also me,) or mom that is excited to learn alongside her kids (me too, me too) I hope these education quotes can help you illustrate your love of learning!
Making doesn’t have to be art and it doesn’t even have to be pretty to look at. To me “making” is about bringing something into being that didn’t previously exist. It might be useful like a machine or delicious as in dinner. These books about making are sure to inspire your kid inventor to make something new!
Wanna learn something? Then find a book about it and get busy. That’s pretty much my strategy to teach or learn anything; books. Despite all the online tutorials and directions that are available I still love opening a book and seeing what information it holds on each page. These Scratch programming coding books build a bridge between technology and literacy. What a win, right?
Cook, wash, teach, taxi, host, clean up, aaaaand repeat. That sequence sums up the rhythm of most of my days. I’m a stay at home mom teaching our four kids at home. I certainly do not need one more thing added to my “to-do” list, right? So why in the world would I freak out and start a “mom blog?”
When a stranger or acquaintance asks one of my kids if they are on summer break yet I can count on my kid to break out the puppy dog eyes. They will most likely respond with a pitiful “We don’t get a summer break. We’re homeschoolers.” Ha. Technically you could say we do year round school.