FREE Preschool Peter Rabbit Printable Packet


The Tale of Peter Rabbit is such an adorable timeless book. If your kiddos enjoy Peter Rabbit, they will love this Peter Rabbit preschool packet to learn from. The packet includes a poem by Beatrix Potter to read to your young child, a number match page, a counting page, a Letter P for Peter Rabbit […]

When My Daughter Failed Reading Comprehension


I recall being in a public school classroom and sitting during the agonizing standardized tests in which my teacher would read a passage and I would answer questions. Do you remember doing that?We do not do the standard fill-in-the-bubble type tests when we do our end of the year homeschool evaluations. My children do not do […]

FREE Letter A Worksheets


Letter A Printables include a variety of literacy activities for second-grade students. Kids practice their handwriting skills (manuscript or cursive versions). They read and learn about artists, practice organizing their thoughts, write an opinion on the topic, and more. These Letter A Printables were designed using Zaner-Bloser Simplified Method in two variations: manuscript and cursive. […]

FREE Fantasy and Fairy Tales StoryBuilders Writing Prompt Cards


StoryBuilders are super cool; they allow  kids to build upon stories they read. Kids will love these fantasy and fairy tale StoryBuilder cards to develop their own adventures. Mom will love that the kids have opportunities to use their imaginations; express themselves both in writing and verbally; practice writing stories that have a beginning, middle, […]

When Kids Hate Reading


We can be proactive about helping our kids read, especially if they hate reading. New moms are excited about teaching their kids to read, not knowing that some difficulties may arise. Some moms are going through this very issue with their kids now. If your child has a learning disability, then it makes things 100 […]

FREE “R” Controlled Vowels Posters


Are you teaching your kiddos how to read? R-controlled vowel words can be a challenge for kids to sound out and spell during your journey. Of course, learning the r-controlled sounds are important for your kids to read and spell more complex words. R-Controlled Vowels are often referred to as the “Bossy R” because the […]

FREE Plural Nouns Printable Packet


Learning plural nouns can be tricky for young readers. If you are working on changing words from singular nouns to plural nouns this year, then you can use these printables to help. These are great practice to work with your kids on plural words. The printables include a reference sheet with rules for common plural […]

Teaching Blends- 6 FREE Printable Games


Beginning readers will love to learn blends with these 6 free games. Teaching beginning blends may not be the most fun lessons for your kids, especially if they may have had difficulties reading already. However, these low-prep games can really help get them motivated to practice the sounds of beginning blends. Click here for 6 free […]