Inside: If you’re looking to homeschool your 4 year old this year, you’re in the right place! Today we’re going to walk step-by-step through a simple, doable 4 year old homeschool schedule and routine. I feel like I say this about every age, but 4 years old really is a magical age. 4 year olds are able to do more than they could at 3.
Inside: Learn simple strategies you can implement at night for a smoother morning. Having a nightly reset routine is a game-changer for moms! That moment when you wake up to a sink full of dishes, a toddler at your heels asking to be fed, a mountain of laundry on the couch, and papers from school piling up on the counters… I should add, is the
Inside: Need to send in a snack and lunch for Kindergarten this school year? I’ll show you how to pack both and keep everything cold and separated! Starting Kindergarten feels like a huge milestone, mostly because it is! Your former preschooler may have been home with you more and now you’re sending them off for a full day of school (and full of worry about
Inside: Let’s have an organized summer! AKA: Less stress, more fun. With my 3 kids home all summer, it’s an absolute necessity to be organized and have systems in place to make summer with little kids run smoothly. Today I’m going to show you exactly how I do it! Summer is obviously a magical time. Vacations, kids off school, watermelon season, pool & beach trips,
Inside: This is hands-down one of my kids’ favorites meals. These 3 ingredient baked taquitos are quick to make, budget and freezer-friendly, plus they pack up great for lunchboxes the next day! I promise to keep this recipe post short & sweet, as there’s not much to say about these taquitos except that they’re a dinnertime favorite in our house. I won’t pretend that these
Inside: Wondering how you can occupy your preschooler in the morning without TV? Today I’m sharing my favorite morning routine hack: morning baskets! We’ll use easy preschool unit themes to create morning baskets for preschoolers (ages 3 and 4). Morning Baskets are my favorite way to start the day with a preschooler. If you’re new to the idea of using a morning basket, the post
Inside: Here’s a detailed look at how I organize and store preschool activity supplies. We’ll cover everything from sensory materials to arts and craft supplies, plus small manipulatives, and everything in between. I’m so excited to welcome you into my home today to show you how I organize, store (and use!) our activity supplies. In case you don’t already know me from Instagram, Hi! I’m