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States and Capitals: Printable Cards for Interactive Learning

States and Capitals: Printable Cards for Interactive Learning | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

  Are you are looking for some fun interactive learning activities that you can do with your child to help them learn the states and capitals?  This free download contains 100 cards (50 states and 50 capitals), plus a page that your child can use as a ‘cheat sheet’ during the learning process. Download States and […]

Copywork for Beginning Writers

Copywork for Beginning Writers | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Copywork for Beginning Writers We use copywork in our homeschooling, and my little guy is loving this way of learning copywork that he starts it first everyday, often times before I’m ready to even start school.  I thought you may enjoy seeing what we are doing and why my preschooler loves writing! Leading up to […]

5 Overlooked Strengths of a Strong-willed Child

5 Overlooked Strengths of a Strong-willed Child | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

I know you are already thinking that I have never raised a strong-willed child to making this statement, but rest assured that not only have I raised a strong-willed child, I made mistakes and she still turned out amazing. I remember the day when my sweet daughter, who was only around six months old, demonstrated […]

7 Ways to Conquer the Math Challenges in Your Child’s Education

7 Ways to Conquer the Math Challenges in Your Child's Education | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

It is so difficult when your child is struggling in their education and you really want to help them fill in the gaps that they are missing to help them see the full picture and grow in their education. So many children today struggle with math, but with a few good things to help them, […]

Four Ways Any Parent can Nurture Her Preschooler’s Sense of Rhythm

Four ways any parent can nurture her child's sense of rhythm

  Music is a precious gift, and the skills needed for rhythm in music also help prepare children to read.  Music lessons are great for preschoolers, but not always practical.  The good news is that you do not need any special training or ability to nurture your preschooler’s sense of rhythm.  Here are four ways any […]

Keeping Your Joy When Life Hurts

Keeping Your Joy When Life Hurts | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Life can be difficult at times.  Often times, it is difficult to not allow the things in our lives from robbing us of our joy when life hurts, so much. I remember a season in my life, when I was giving all I had to my husband and children. I was joyfully cooking from scratch, […]

A Collection of Board Games to Use in Learning

A Collection of Games to Use in Learning | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

If you have a struggling or reluctant learner, there is nothing like adding games into your schedule to help turn playtime into learning time.  I love using the board games that we have to help turn a struggle into learning through games. A Collection of Games to Use In Learning   Reading DKgames: Silly Sentences […]

Learning in Motion: Insect Memory Game

Learning in Motion Insect Memory Game | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

Children love motion, and often times they get antsy when doing lessons, so I implemented learning in motion into our homeschooling for my preschooler, to give him the opportunity to move around while developing his brain with a memory game. Learning in Motion I purchased two boxes of insect flash cards in preparation for this learning […]

     
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