I'm Sallie, a former teacher and now homeschooler. I write about everything education - the classroom, homeschooling, curriculum and other great ideas I find. I also share my own curriculum materials as well as freebies. Please make yourself comfortable and I hope you find many ideas you can use!
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Kids loved them!Sunwen57
I am excited to add these cards to our calendar time. There have some fun apple facts. I will being buying more! Thanks for creating them.Sherri9
“My students love these! Just this week, I noticed a few of my first graders incorporating some of the daily pumpkin facts into the stories they are writing.”eneexpress
After 1-1/2 months with a “fact of the day,” my students are hooked. It’s fun to start our days with an “Oooh” or “Wow” about things we take for granted like apples or pumpkins. It’s also amusing to hear them inform everyone with whom we come into contact what they’ve learned. What a great idea and thanks for all the background research!bayarean8v
Thanks for another great product! I’m learning a lot from these fact cards!! As we read one a day, I will display them on a poster sheet so we can review them! The children can pick their favorite fact!! Thanks so much!celestew
I am using the apple cards now and my kiddos love the addition to our morning routine!ddjc
My kids are addicted to reading these facts cards every morning. If I forget to read one, they are sooo quick to remind me. And the parents are learning too! During conferences, I had many parents tell me how much they had learned from their children…bayarean8v
I love these cards. I will keep them available to the students. Thanks.MargaretHargrove
My class loves when I read our “Fun facts”. Thanks for creating these sets!Sherri9
I love these little cards! Everyday my students ask me to read today’s apple fact. I’ll be getting October for sure!bayarean8v
Looking for a way to add a few different things to my pumpkin unit. Love this idea–can’t wait to see what the kids think. Thankslyankosky
All these activities are great additions to my math and language tubs!trink1950
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Ho ho ho! It’s time for some December and Christmas fun! This pack is full of 17 themed math and literacy centers and activities. Lots of ready to use ideas with all sorts of holiday fun and Christmas cheer! These … Continue reading
Michael Medved has been added to all three Great Homeschool Conventions for 2014! If you are a subscriber to GHC, you can receive his popular Thanksgiving history audio for free. Just click the graphic below to claim you free copy. … Continue reading
Here are three different Thanksgiving-themed KWL graphic organizers that will work great for your Thanksgiving study! You can choose from Pilgrims, First Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving depending on the focus of your study unit. Each one contains two KWLs – one … Continue reading
This Thursday I’ll be participating in a Google+ Hangout on the topic of Homeschooling the Only Child. If you’ve never stopped by the iHN Hangouts that happen each week, you should check it out. Every Thursday afternoon at 2:00 EST … Continue reading
I’ve been familiar with Grapevine Studies for a number of years. My husband, David, does graphic design work for them so I’ve been privy to see the different covers and products developed during that time. I always had in the … Continue reading
This mega-pack is full of 30+ November-themed math and literacy centers and activities! Lots of ready to use ideas with Pilgrims, Indians, pumpkins, colorful leaves, and other November favorites. These activities are appropriate primarily for First Grade but will also … Continue reading