Hi guys! Today I’m bringing you a fun, easy activity to help your young learners learn how to build sentences! Does your kindergartener know what a sentence is? Does she keep reading, long after she reaches the period, like she’s in a run-on marathon? Help her practice reading, and learn the key pieces to the… Continue reading Kids Activity – Build Sentence Puzzles!
Me & Milo the Great by Michelle Schlicher My rating: 4 of 5 stars *I received an advanced review copy of Me & Milo the Great in exchange for an honest review* I was pleasantly surprised by Me & Milo the Great! I didn’t really know what to expect because the only thing I knew… Continue reading Review – Me & Milo the Great by Michelle Schlicher
Are you ready for crisp weather, crunchy leaves and GHOSTS? Well, to be honest, I’m not quite sure if I am YET but I do love Fall and I do love spooky stories. This Fall I plan to continue my horror binge starting with a classic – The Shining. I watched the movie YEARS ago… Continue reading It’s time to plan those Fall TBR’s!
You know the feeling when you look at your bookshelves and you just want to read everything all at once? Yeah, I get that feeling all the time. I have to force myself not to bring my entire TBR into my bedroom. I decided to highlight 5 books that are currently sitting on my shelves… Continue reading 5 Books I Want to Read ASAP
Hi, hello, I’m still alive! After a bit of a hiatus, I am back. So over on Bookstagram, I like to partake in a monthly book challenge called #circleofbookishfriends, hosted by my pal Sadie. Today’s challenge post was Top 9 Favorite Authors. I thought I’d elaborate here on my choices! George RR Martin – George… Continue reading Top 9 Favorite Authors
Suffer the Children by Craig DiLouie My rating: 5 of 5 stars Given the concept of this book, I probably shouldn’t say it was great fun but it was great fun. I’m sorry. Listen, all the children around the world die and then a few days later they COME BACK TO LIFE and want blood!… Continue reading Review – Suffer the Children by Craig Dilouie
Hey everyone! Hope you don’t mind that I’ll be incorporating our homeschool journey on my blog as well. I like being able to keep everything in one place. While we aren’t quite starting a curriculum just yet, I wanted to start documenting some of the fun activities we’re doing this summer. I like to keep… Continue reading Home Preschool – Summer Fun Outdoor Activities