Kids’ Book Club: Oh, the Places We’ll Go with Dr. Seuss

Books for this month’s kids’ book club: Any by Dr. Seuss (I’ll link all of them at the end of the post.  We almost got to them all!) I tried to do some Wacky Wednesday things.  Balloon tree — wacky! Shoe tree – wacky! She dressed up as a wacky Daisy-Head Mayzie. That was a…

Letter of the Week – Letter Z

Day 1 Find z stickers and put on Z Color and assemble Letter Z Book Go to library and get z books Make a zebra Lego Day 2 Fill in Z Outline and z Outline with carrots (zanahoria). (Other options: zeros, zippers, zebra stripes, zucchini painting) Draw a zig zag color by numbers She had…

Letter of the Week – Letter Y

Day 1 Find y stickers and put on Y Color and assemble Letter Y Book Go to library and get y books Video: Olive and the Rhyme Rescue Crew Day 2 Fill in letter Y Outline and y Outline with: (Other options: yarn, yellow things) Stand and make a letter y Old versus young (look…

Letter of the Week – Letter X

We only did three days for this letter. Day 1 Find x stickers and put on X Color and assemble Letter X Book Go to library and get x books Video: Olive and the Rhyme Rescue Crew Play the xylophone and make a Lego one. 🙂 Starfall Computer Activity Video: Get Squiggling! Day 2 Put…

Kids’ Book Club: Berry Picking with Milly Molly Mandy

This month’s kids’ book club book: Milly Molly Mandy The book is a 5th grade reading level and would interest kids 3-8ish.  I’m a huge fan of this book.  I kept expecting the plot to include Milly Molly Mandy making bad choices and dealing with consequences, and then the moral.  But, what actually continually happened…

Tot School: Airplane Theme

It’s been over two years since I did this theme.  I got pregnant that year and a lot of my tot school posts went to the wayside. So, I figured at least I could post the pictures I have. We were planning a trip on a plane.  She was 2ish, and hated things of hers…

Tot School: Fall Theme

It’s been over two years since I did this theme.  I got pregnant that year and a lot of my tot school posts went to the wayside. So, I figured at least I could post the pictures I have. Fall Bath — I had my husband cut out leaves.  I remember trying myself, and if…

What A Four Year Old Can Learn

Last year I realized that it was a bit of a misnomer to call this list “goals,” as I wasn’t really trying to get them done.  It was more just keeping track of what she was learning. Moving forward to get something done is a pretty inherent aspect of the word “goal.”  So, instead, I’ve…

Book Club: A Southern Linner

This was our cookbook month for our adult/teen book club.  The plan is to read a cookbook or read about a cook and everyone cooks and brings a recipe from it.  This month’s book is: A Love Affair with Southern Cooking I chose this book first because everyone loves to read it and the recipes! …

Kids’ Book Club: Up the Rhine to Switzerland!

Book for this month’s kids’ book club: The Overall Boys in Switzerland (This link is for the kindle or hardback version.  DO NOT buy the paper book!  I did and immediately returned it.  It was terrible!  No pictures, tiny print.  I ended up just printing a pdf of this Google ebook.) This book is a…

Book Club: Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

  Book for this month’s adult/teen book club: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Even though this book club is for older teens and adults, sometimes, when we read kid’s classics, we’ll ask the rest of our families to join us.  This was one of those instances. Nursery Alice is a simpler version Lewis Carroll wrote for…

Book Club: A Tale of Two Cities – Bangers and Baguettes

Book for this month’s adult/teen book club: A Tale of Two Cities This book is about a 9th or 10th grade reading level and would interest 14/15 year olds and up.  If you’d like to include younger kids, I would suggest Great Illustrated Classics: A Tale of Two Cities, which is a 5th or 6th…