Easter crafts with a dash of fun – have you tried writing, painting and printing with carrots?
“I could never homeschool – I’d never be able to get my child to sit down and do math.” How do you homeschool when your child only wants to play?
How to homeschool when your child only wants to play
Do you have a young child who is learning their ABCs and 123s, and do you want to make their learning fun? Our ABCs and 123s resource of mulitsensory, play-based letter and math activities is just what you need.
BONUS PRINTABLES PACK!!!
Download your copy of ABCs and 123s now and get an awesome bonus printables pack for free!
Only available until May 7th :: click to get your pack now – don’t miss out on this excellent bonus.
Creative Easter activities and crafts
Here’s a collection of our favourite Easter activities and crafts. You can click on each image, or use the links below, to see full details of each project.
Join my Seasons School Spring Workshop for a complete programme of spring learning: all organised for you, guided by me, for hands-on, real-world experiences – the best way to learn!
For Easter crafts
easy ways to dye Easter eggs :: fun Easter egg decorating :: paper plate Easter basket :: Easter bunny craft :: Easter chick craft :: simple Easter cards for toddlers :: potato printing chicks and lambs :: Easter egg bunting :: printing with carrots :: Easter egg printable scissor skills
For Easter sensory play
For Easter literacy activities
For Easter math activities
For Easter science experiments
For Easter recipes
For Easter play ideas
Creative ways to use nature to inspire learning
Here’s how we combined the garden’s ingredients with some sensory and imaginary play this week: garden flower play dough.
Garden flower play dough recipe [Read more…]
What does a typical home school week look like? Every family is different, and certainly for our family, every week looks a little different. Here’s a day-in-the-life snapshot of what our home education week looks like.