Here’s another creation for you. I hope it’s useful for your rainbow learning children! Just click on the picture to download.
This set includes:
- 12 sided die pattern with rainbow colors
- Game mat (print one for each player or team)
I have a printable for you! This is my first major game creation and I’m so excited to share it with you. I hope you like it.
It’s called Bowling For Numbers and you can use it in over a dozen different ways, depending on the skill level of your children.
I designed this game for the following skills:
- Numeral Recognition (1-10)
- Counting Practice (1-10)
- Number Word Practice (One – Ten)
- Addition and Subtraction practice
Just click the image to download the PDF!
What you get:
- 3 Programmed Bowling Pin Mats
- 1 Blank Bowling Pin Mat
- 3 Sets of programmed bowling balls (10 each set)
- 3 Set of blank bowling balls
- 1 Rainbow spinner
- 1 Black and White spinner
- 3 Follow up worksheets
- Labels for creating file folder games, envelope games or bag games
- 12 ideas for how to use this set!
Please let me know if you use this game. I’d love to hear what you like or don’t like about it.
I am always on the look out for places to find great activities for my children, inspiration from other homeschooling mothers, printables and games and generally anything that makes my life as a homeschooling mother just a bit easier. There are a few sites that I’ve been enjoying lately and I thought I’d share them with you, just in case you haven’t found them yet yourself.
If you have young children, especially between the ages of 3 and 6, you simply cannot miss this beautiful blog. I’m sure that Erica has found some magic clock that gives her some extra hours in her day because she cranks out the most beautiful activities and printables and shares them with a happy heart for the rest of us to enjoy in with our own families. If you haven’t visited her, please take a moment (or an hour!) to explore her site.
This is another delightful blog full of great ideas, especially Tot School ideas, for your pre-pre-K littles! Another one that you should grab a cup of coffee and expect to spend an hour or two exploring.
Load up your printer, because this public school teacher has a lot of great printable centers, games and activities for you. She has a real passion for math, and her creativity helps make practicing the basics something to look forward to.
And here are a few others that I enjoy. They are all worth the time to look through. Some have printable activities and some are just plain inspiring.
There are others that I enjoy also, but these are the ones I visit frequently for ideas and inspiration. I hope you find some inspiration there too!
This is my first ever post like this, and in fact my first post here in over a year!
I am in charge of homeschooling three little girls, ages 4, 5 and 5. They are all in Kindergarten this year and all learning the same things together. We have one set of workboxes that we work on together for school time. I work with them through every box, rather than looking for independent work right now. I’m sure that as they get a bit older and are fluent readers, we’ll be able to work on having more individual boxes, but right now, this system works really well for us.
Box 1: Pledge of Allegiance and Calendar Time
Box 2: First Language Lessons of the Well Trained Mind (Next lesson)
Box 3: Ordinary Parents Guide To Teaching Reading (Next Lesson)
Box 4: All About Spelling (Next Lesson)
Box 5: A Phonics Reader (each child reads a page in the story)
Box 6: Learning about Birds (Observing the feeder outside and reading about flight)
Box 7: History: Making bread like ancient Egyptians
Box 8: Draw. Write. Now.
Box 9: Read Aloud – Mary Poppins
Box 10: File Folder Game: Vowel Sounds