Preschool Snow Activities and Printable Journal

Snowflake journal from Spell Outloud

  It's polar-vortex cold outside but it's hard not to love all the snow! So what do you do when it's too cold to go out? You study all about snow while staying warm inside! :)¬†Below you'll find 10 indoor winter activity ideas to go along with a free printable snowflake ¬†journal, plus several other winter-themed resources. Preschool snow activities I decided to make another preschool science-themed paper bag journal! This free set has 6 pages to add to a journal. If you sign up for my Let's Learn newsletter, you can get 6 more free snowflake-themed journal pages! 1. Print out … [Read More...]

Birthday Cake for Jesus

Birthday Party for Jesus

I have so many wonderful childhood Christmas memories. When I became a parent, I started looking for ways to create Christmas memories and traditions with my children. One thing we have done through the years is have a birthday cake for Jesus. This … [Read More...]

Light of the World Christmas Craft

Light of the World Christmas Craft

Here is an easy craft that goes along perfectly with the Happy Birthday Jesus theme. "Light of the World" candle holders are able to be completed quickly and also reinforce the gospel story. Materials: gumdrops white … [Read More...]

Thanksgiving Printables and Resources

Printable Thanksgiving Banner

Am I the only one who just looked at the calendar and saw how close Thanksgiving is already? I guess I should go shopping to get ready for our family get-together! Going through my archives, I found a couple of Thanksgiving resources that we've … [Read More...]

Homemade gifts using essential oils

Homemade Bath Salts

Last week I had so much fun planning and hosting an essential oil Make and Take party! We learned a little about essential oils, made lip balm, vapor rub and bath salts! With just a few key ingredients you can easily make a myriad of homemade … [Read More...]

Learning About the Southeast United States

Learning About the Southeastern United States

Over the past few weeks my co-op class has been learning about the Southeast United States. Each class we do basic review of continents and regions of the United States. I try to mix in as many learning styles as possible into each class session. … [Read More...]