Thursday, April 28, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Here is a fun game to play with your kiddos! Grab a calculator and practice your homeschooler's adding and logic skills!
Step 1: Clear the calculator so that it says 0.
Step 2: Take turns. Each player chooses to add 1 or 2.
Step 3: The player who reaches 20 on their turn is the winner!
Hands on activities are a great way to keep your homeschool kiddos interested and engaged in math activities. One great inexpensive tool to keep on hand is a set of dominos. If you don't have one on hand, you can print out some dominos here.
To practice addition (like in the picture above) print out this worksheet.
Practice addition with this domino worksheet
Find the missing addend with this worksheet
Find both missing addends with this worksheet
Practice double facts
Number Match Dominos
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Luke has recently discovered out pattern blocks, so I was excited when I discovered these free pattern block templates. You can print them out on cardstock and laminate them for extra durability and repeated use.
this printable. Again, print them on cardstock and laminate for durability, especially if you are homeschooling more than one kiddo!
Monday, April 11, 2011
If your house is anything like mine, you can never have enough writing utensils! Now you can get some of these precious resources FREE with Office Max Perks.
- Papermate Pens $2.29 (Get back $2.29 in Maxperks Rewards)
- Sharpie $7.20 (Get $7.20 back in Maxperks Rewards)
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Saturday, April 2, 2011
You can find on-line textbooks for first grade readers here. There are buttons for your child to listen along with the story, or they can read them independently or with you. There are also activities to complete for each story.