Work-at-Home Mom Tips – Social Media

I don’t think it’s any secret that Social Media can be a thief of time. Don’t get me wrong. I enjoy platforms like Instagram where I’ve made so many connections with other TpTers and homeschool Mommas. It’s also an important asset when you run an online business, but it can easily become a huge distraction.…

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Academic Learning Through Play

I’m often asked what age I started working on academic activities with LG. Now that she’s almost 3, I’ve mostly shared resources that I create. But the majority of our time together is, and has always been, spent playing and talking using academic language! Let Them Play! Is there a better way to learn than…

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Work-at-Home Mom Tips – Toddler Activities

Happy Tuesday, y’all! I’m excited about today’s post because so many of you have asked how on earth I keep my little one busy while I work! In my last post, I shared that my go-to work rule is to work while LG is sleeping. But sometimes, a deadline is quickly approaching and I have…

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Work-at-Home Mom Tips – Routine

Hey friends! I’m so excited to bring this series of blog posts to you! I’ve had so many questions about how on Earth I manage to survive the RV life with a toddler, especially when it comes to working at home. If you’re new to the blog, I create educational resources for Elementary teachers and…

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February Sensory Bins

Ready or not, February’s here! This week we’re breaking out all things pink, red and purple in our sensory bins. In this short-and-sweet post, I’d like to share our sensory bins for the month! I’ll be putting together 2 bins for each week because we can’t fit all 8 in LG’s RV bedroom, but you…

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Planning Weekly “Playschool”

  I have been looking forward to this post for weeks! Many of you have asked me how I decide what to plan for LG’s “Playschool” plans each week. So today, I’d like to share with you how I make these plans and offer you a guideline for planning for your own little one! Why…

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