One of our readers, Jackie, e-mailed us yesterday about a site she had seen. What she found was Paper Model Kiosk, a web site which specializes in premium paper downloads. At Paper Model Kiosk you register (so you will need an e-mail address for them) and then you can download some BEAUTIFUL paper nativities free […]
Here are some extras to help your kiddos memorize this weeks verse, Luke 2:11. You can download all of the printables, including the devotional, HERE. You can also check out the helps and devotionals for our Christmas Tree unit and our Christmas Symbols Unit. Here is what is included in the download: Memory Verse Card […]
We are rolling out our expanded Nativity unit this week! If there is one topic that is covered in depth out in the world of homeschool blogs it is the Nativity. There are probably many other counting and coloring books out there, but here are a couple more to add! The Nativity Counting Book will […]
This week we are expanding our “Nativity” Theme printables. Below you’ll find some fun independent ideas that you can use in centers. Pretend Play We have the Fisher-Price Little People Nativity set (pictured below) that we pull out each year. The boy loves to play with it. Fisher-Price Little People® Nativity Playset Fisher-Price has updated […]
Here are some pictures of this unit in action! Amber’s family was hit hard with colds this week, but I’m glad to report they are doing much better. You should see more pictures from them next week. We hope that you and yours are doing well and staying healthy.
This unit has been expanded. So, make sure and get all the printables here. Here is what we’ve been doing this week. Let us know what you think. We hope by providing these materials to you free of charge, it will make your life easier! Lesson Plan: The lesson plan includes all the lessons for […]
This week we are learning about the birth of Jesus. So, I searched the web for some yummy snack ideas and came across a few like: Hubbard’s Cupboard Edible Manger or even haystacks. However, I just didn’t feel right eating baby Jesus and we made haystacks (tumbleweeds) during our Desert Unit. So, I decided that […]
Last week, our unit focused on a popular holiday symbol, the Christmas Tree. This week we want to focus in on “the reason for the season,” for lack of better wording. Below are a couple of our favorites books that we have read, so far: The Animals’ Christmas Eve is an oldie, but goodie. It […]