Posts Tagged ‘Preschool’

Easy Peasy Cursive Review

One of the things I have been working on with my daughter is cursive. She has started up with wanting to try to learn it again. This time around she is not so frustrated. We have been enjoying using Easy Peasy Cursive by Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks.

I used Easy Peasy Cursive with my daughter who is in 4th Grade. This is geared towards kids in grades 1 – 3. This workbook is 40 sheets with 80 pages. It is a very visual style of learning cursive. There are 2 pages worth of tracing and one page to write on your own. What makes it visual is the lines, as the lines are angled for proper slanting and consistent letter type. There is a green shade that is used to assist as a visual for lower case positioning.

Yum Yum Letters App Review – #EdApps

Yum Yum Letters Review

Yum Yum Letters is a fun and engaging way for your preschooler to learn how to identify and form letters. It’s super easy to use and it all works with a swipe of a finger! My daughter is 7 and she absolutely loves this app.


S is for Smiling Sunrise Book Review

S is for Smiling Sunrise - Book Review

If your looking for a new take on the ABC’s, I highly suggest checking out S is for Smiling Sunrise by WordsBright. This is the sweetest book for children to learn their ABC’s. What makes this book so special is that it was written by a father for his daughter. The author Vick Wadhwa wrote sing-along rhymes that was inspired by his daughter when she was two years old. The book is great for kids PreK – 3.


FREE Preschool – Kindergarten Farm Printables


My daughter and I have been working on a Farm theme. I wanted to create some of my own printables for her to use along with this theme. I maybe adding more as I go a long. I do want to read a few more books and add some crafts into the mix. So I will be posting those as I we do them.

We watched The Milkers by Gail Gibbons online which was a Reading Rainbow Episode. We also read the book The Big Red Hen.


Day 3: St. Patrick’s Day Printables – Sizing

Welcome to Day 3 of St. Patrick’s Day Printables. Today I focused on preschool. I created three sets of Sizing graphics. Your child can sort from biggest to smallest and smallest to biggest. All you have to do is click the blue link you see in this blog post. Enjoy!


SMTTR St Patrick’s Day Sizing St Patrick Sizing Cover

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