In honor of Maternal Mental Health week I want to share my pre-birth/postpartum story. I am not ashamed or scared to talk about it because I have grown so much from it! I am a better person, more humble, and I appreciate life differently. My long time struggle to get pregnant began when I got… Continue reading My Postpartum Story
April is a huge month regarding our planet and the entire science behind it. In honor of this great happy month I wanted to share a few ideas I have in mind to celebrate these two international holidays with my little three year old. There is no age to start teaching the importance of these… Continue reading Earth & Astronomy day with Kids..
Hello beauties!! Today I wanted to talk about how I knew my daughter was ready to begin teaching her at home. My daughter Belen is 3 yrs / 5 months old, she began to show signs right when she turned 3. Her attention span was much longer, she was eager and excited to learn. She… Continue reading Is your child ready?
March 2nd is the 21st anniversary of Read Across America Day and also happens to be Dr. Seuss's 114th birthday! I wanted to share this ahead of time so you can plan any craft or activity accordingly. I have a whole week planned for different Dr. Seuss themed activities. We will have tons of reading,… Continue reading Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss
Happy Friday Pretties🌸 Today I will be discussing science, it's our favorite subject here at our house. Explaining science to a preschooler is basic, science explains a situation or creates a prediction. You can vary your science learning from many topics; astronomy, ecology, biology, paleontology, etc. I never try to explain these terms to Belen… Continue reading All about Science!
Hi darlings! Today is math day in our house schedule and it's one I look forward too with a lot of patience. The important thing is to approach math not just the boring number way but in a fun way. In a way that is inviting to your learner, and looks exciting. I look forward… Continue reading Math- Counting
Happy Saturday loves! I wanted to share a little bit about the importance of sensory play. When our children are tiny little babies they explore the world only through their 5 senses; feeling, smelling, hearing, seeing and tasting. But as they grow these senses need to be practiced as well. They feel a great sense… Continue reading Sensory Play
Hi everyone! I wanted to share an important developmental stage every child goes through. At a certain age they begin to feel more independent and needing you less and less (at least thinking they do). This can be good but it can trigger a lot of emotions. We have been dealing with a rollercoaster ride… Continue reading It’s okay to let it out!
First and foremost I'd like to share how I have taught and am teaching letter & number recognition. You can start in any order you prefer, even starting with the letters in your child's name. I have decided to start with A, in regular abc order. I display the letter your teaching in big bold… Continue reading Letter & Number Recognition
As parents we worry about the learning progress of our children, and that's normal. Every child learns at his/her own speed. Some may be ready to learn at 3, some even sooner, while some may just be better to wait until pre-K (4-5). Honest truth is that Belen is able to sing all her abc's… Continue reading Hey mom it’s okay!