Wow! Color magic! 

Homeschooling a kid – is LOADED with enjoyment! With loads of simple resources found at home, one activity can lead to another similar activity, and the beauty of this is that the kid makes the connection or association instantly, understanding the concept better.  At home, we did this by ourselves… We learned how to make some color magic!  Stage 1:   Now after this, we whipped … Continue reading Wow! Color magic! 

Christmas Crafts your 2-3 yo Kids can do

Last Christmas, decorating our little home had been so exciting.  This Christmas, it’s going to be ultra-amazing and Original!  My toddler can join me in DIY Christmas-themed crafts which I am inspired to get from this link:  http://www.notimeforflashcards.com/2014/12/christmas-activities-2-3-year-olds.html Here are some ideas off the article:            Off to the crafts store we go!    Continue reading Christmas Crafts your 2-3 yo Kids can do

Tips for Pumping moms

It’s another round of breastfeeding with my baby girl, and I promised to my baby that I would make it last longer than the first with my elder son. I succeeded!!!  Hurray!    One of my favorite benefits of breastfeeding is that your baby’s sucking action during breastfeeding practices the muscles used in speaking.  (Guess I will enjoy chatting with another talkative baby soon!) Prolong … Continue reading Tips for Pumping moms

The Realistic Ten Most Important Things to Know About Homeschooling (reblogged)

Someone posted a link to this article about the most important things to know about homeschooling on a local list and I have to admit that it really rubbed me the wrong way. It’s perhaps a telling sign of how far I’ve moved away from some of my idealistic, unschool-influenced roots, but the rah rah […] https://farrarwilliams.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/the-realistic-ten-most-important-things-to-know-about-homeschooling/ Continue reading The Realistic Ten Most Important Things to Know About Homeschooling (reblogged)

The Four Elements – Learn with Fun Activities (reblogged)

Toddlers and pre-schoolers can learn about the four elements in nature by engaging in some fun activities that are easy to put together. Also referred to as the four states of matter, the Greeks believed that these four elements made up all matter. You can help children explore and experience these elements with simple and […] https://bestpreschoolgames.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/the-four-elements-learn-with-fun-activities/ Continue reading The Four Elements – Learn with Fun Activities (reblogged)