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Lesson Plans

Time for SCHOOL!

September 6, 2010

Mommy can’t wait any longer — instead of starting school Tuesday, I’ve decided our big day will be tomorrow.  Yes, it’s Labor Day . . . when every other school kid gets a break, I’m making my little girl buckle down for the first day. Well, not really.  The Little Lady is soooo excited to [...]

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Preschool Standards, Curriculum and Resources for 2010-2011

August 21, 2010

With our school year quickly approaching (we will be starting after Labor Day), I’ve decided to dust off my old homeschool blog  . . . AND move it from Blogger to WordPress.  I’ve intended to move it every since I moved my primary blog over, but — well, you know — I’ve been kind of [...]

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Lesson Planning for December

December 7, 2009

While we will have a few “s-thematic” lessons going on, I’m going to take a wee break from our letter focused activities over the course of this month and, instead, focus on Christmas and the story of Jesus’s birth. This month’s activities have me really, really, REALLY excited.  I found some great ideas at Hubbard’s [...]

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Lesson Planning for Weeks 5 and 6

October 21, 2009

In the past few weeks, I’ve realized two things: 1) There are a lot of things that interrupted our scheduled “class” activities. 2) I keep pushing activities into the following week. With a new baby, errands, impromptu play dates and visits, our preschool schedule needs to be more fluid.  In order to accommodate this, I’ve [...]

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The Quest for Seasonal Activities

October 14, 2009

Now that a “cold front” (and, I use the term loosely) has hit Houston, I’m in the mood for the Little Lady to experience fall.  Since it will be months before it looks like fall around here, thanks to our humid, semi-tropical climate, her foray into autumn will be through books, projects, and various activities. [...]

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