Many of you know I am a homeschool mama of four young kiddos, but did you know this is my THIRD year teaching? Next month I’ll be teaching 2nd grade, 1st grade, and pre-K. In preparation for another year learning at home I wanted to share a really helpful resource with you.
My real life friend Ashley Howry of Home + Haven Homeschool Community, along with her sister Kaitlin (who has her Masters in curriculum development), have created a Fall Theme Bundle for you to jumpstart your learning experience at home. Not only is Ashley is a mama of seven kiddos and homeschools as well, but she and her many siblings were homeschooled K-12. So this is a resource I am eager to dive into with my children!
If you’re just hearing about the Fall Theme Bundle, it’s a printable bundle of fall themed activities for your early elementary kids (preK-3rd). There are also fun projects and writing assignments for 4th-6th and beautiful prints for you! This is a wonderful addition to any sort of schoolwork you’re doing this upcoming year (homeschool or not!). If you’re a teacher, this would be a sweet addition to your classroom.
Through Friday this week (August 14th), the bundle is just $25. Click here to view + purchase.
HERE’S WHAT’S INSIDE:
+ The Fall Theme Bundle features six units: Apples, Pumpkins, Leaves, Bats, Owls and Candy Corn. It was designed to be an extra resource to what you’re already doing.
+ There are over 150+ pages of content. The majority of it requires little to no prep work.
+ Fun educational activity sheets
+ Hands on activities for promoting math and literacy
+ Science projects
+ STEM focused activities
+ Seasonal book lists
+ Beautiful fall themed prints for the home
Having educational, interesting resources handy is SO helpful for me! Not only because I have four young children, ages 7.5yo down to 2yo, but because I want to help them fill their minds and lives with truth, goodness & beauty. We aren’t big on screens and mindless activities. And more importantly, I truly enjoy creating and learning alongside them. I love the heart behind this resource. Can you relate?
What is your plan for the upcoming school year? Let me know in the comments. I will be back next week with some more encouraging resources I’ve personally enjoyed.