As you well know the new year is right on our heels. Take some time this week (or even next) to get your children doing some fun and creative writing. Creative writing is a great skill for any child to work on. It increases their vocabulary, spelling, and reading abilities.
January is quickly approaching. Are you ready? If not, let me help you at least get a portion of your school things in order. Right now you can get your children started with the planning of the new year with these January Planning Packs. Get these FREE These two packs
Hi friends! Are you ready for Santa? Are you looking for something to keep your children busy? Do your children have list after list of things they want for Christmas? Let me help you with both of those things! This free pack includes: 5 Letter templates 1 Blank page for
Hi friend! Are you as excited about Christmas as I am? Ready or not it is quickly approaching and I am super excited about the upcoming holiday. To get us all in the spirit I am going to start creating and promoting Christmas printables early this year. This gives you
Halloween is quickly approaching and if your children are like mine they are having a hard time focusing on their studies. They are instead looking forward to the holiday and planning and plotting their costumes. I thought it would be fun to move away from our regular routine and add
Hi Amazing Mamas! Sandra here from Little Learning Lovies. I have a very special game for you today that is completely free and would be perfect to add to your preschool or kindergarten learning. Bear with me here: It does have a rather long name. As I explain, though, you’ll
I am carrying on with this adorable fairy theme this week. I thought it would be fun to put something together for your littles. Full of adorable fairies and activities your children will have so much fun working through this pack. This pack is designed so that you can print
Summer is just around the corner, even though many of us are still being pounded with constant rain and chilling temperatures. For one, I can’t wait to be able to spend some time outdoors with the kids – swimming, going to the lake, picnics, bonfire dinners and just hanging out.
Keeping our children excited and inspired to read is something that I struggle with daily. Are you with me? Do you children need incentive too? I have been working on a new theme that revolves around adorable fairies and I thought it would make an adorable way to get our