With all the school closures, many of you are putting on your teaching hat for the first time so I want to provide you with as many resources, today specifically activity books, sticker books, workbooks, and activity kits to help keep your kids learning and growing. Save these for times when you need your kids […]Continue Reading
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Are your kids stuck at home doing distance learning because of school closures due to the COVID-19 virus? The first thing you need to do is to get them on a schedule and I’ve got you covered with these printable schedules. A set schedule will save you so many fights and headaches. And let you […]Continue Reading
Teachers, you’re not used to teaching online but due to school closures from the Coronavirus, I want to share with you helpful teacher resources so you will be successful with this major change. Most of you aren’t use to virtual schooling or distance learning. Or teaching classes online. I hope these resources help you as […]Continue Reading
Find parent resources for online learning at home (homeschooling) due to Coronavirus school closures. This guide will help you transition to virtual school online as schools all over the world are canceling and moving to online learning. If you’re a parent whose child is now learning at home, I’ve created this resource guide to […]Continue Reading
I’m looking forward to spoiling my kids a little this Easter…they need some special treats in their quarantined lives. Here’s what looks fun to put in their Easter baskets! Because are your kids like mine and needing some cheer? Mine are missing friends and my oldest is missing her senior year and probably graduation. Also, […]Continue Reading
If your spring break 2020’s destination is at home, let me give you staycation ideas to do with your kids with this helpful guide of resources and ideas of things to do, read, and create. Families all over the world are staying home for upcoming spring breaks, canceling trips, due to concerns about illness. Some […]Continue Reading
You guys, my pile of picture books to share with you this month is HUGE. In fact, there are so many good books that I’m making A TABLE OF CONTENTS to organize this list of reviews. Crazy, right? (And hopefully a bit helpful.) Enjoy these new picture books! Table of Contents: Variety of Topics Family […]Continue Reading
Note: originally written in 2012 by educator, mom, and “education diva,” Ruth Spivak with updates and revisions in 2020 by Melissa Taylor. Mwahahaaaa! An awesome villain can really make a great children’s book. Oh sure, it’s great to have a hero who models virtue and courage, but it’s the villains who are often the most interesting and […]Continue Reading