Game Review: Codermarz

This game was gifted to us by Coder Bunnyz , but all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases, at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support! In Codermarz, it’s the year 2090, and you’ve just landed on Mars. Your missionContinue reading “Game Review: Codermarz”

Free Halloween Printables

*This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases, at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support. I’m not usually a huge fan of halloween, but this year with how things are and not knowing if even trick-or-treating will happen, I decided that I wanted to doContinue reading “Free Halloween Printables”

Poppin’ Good Time

This morning we read the Steven Kellogg version of Paul Bunyan. When we got to the part about the popcorn exploding all over, the kids thought it was so hilarious. I told them after rest time we could make popcorn in the air popper. Once quiet time finally came, I started thinking about what gameContinue reading “Poppin’ Good Time”

Fall Themed Free Printables

Are you hanging onto summer or ready for pumpkin everything? I don’t feel ready for fall yet, but I am starting to prepare some fall activities for the kids. Most are for Purpleicious’ drawers, but there is also a fall themed bingo game. I decided I would share them here now. Download buttons are rightContinue reading “Fall Themed Free Printables”

One week down…

We made it through the first week of school! (and we’re halfway through the second…) In science, we were learning about the weather, and on the day we read about the sun, we made these sun prints. Have you ever done these? They are pretty amusing. You place whatever objects you would like on topContinue reading “One week down…”

Homeschool Room Tour

The past two weekends, I’ve been cleaning and reorganizing our “schoolroom.” It’s actually the family room, but our school stuff lives there. Sometimes we do school work here, sometimes upstairs. I don’t feel totally done, but I probably never would. It’s as good as it’s going to get, so we started school on Monday. HereContinue reading “Homeschool Room Tour”

Read-Aloud and Audiobook List

Animal Lover’s love of reading, comprehension, and attention span for listening to books far surpasses her current reading level. I know that she will eventually “catch up,” so I try not to push her too hard since I would rather have her love reading then be able to do it well and hate it. AlthoughContinue reading “Read-Aloud and Audiobook List”

Learning United States Geography with Games

While planning for the school year, I was looking at our geography curriculum for Animal Lover, and I noticed she will be using state flashcards to memorize the states. I decided to see if we had any games that would help her learn U.S. Geography that I would be able to include in our plans.Continue reading “Learning United States Geography with Games”

Curriculum Choices for 2020/2021

Trying to plan school for the fall while having no idea what will be going on in the world is confusing. Last year we went to a hybrid twice a week. I taught kindergarten, and Chaosman was in class with me. Animal Lover was in 1st, and Purplelicious was in the pre-k room. Our planContinue reading “Curriculum Choices for 2020/2021”