This first idea is from Mom to 2 posh lil divas and is a perfect idea to do along with President's day - it is a penny experiment. Considering how much my kids love pennies, I know they would enjoy this idea.
Sometimes I just like to save a post because I like the ideas and don't want to have to search for it (because, lets be real, if you think you can actually find a post you want to find 3 months later, you are dreamin'!) So this idea is for Tot Boxes and comes from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
I think this book is so adorable and Totally Tots shares some cute ideas to go right along with it.
I really do love the idea of sensory tubs and have made a few of my own over the past year or so. I want to do more to go with our homeschool plans this fall so I love finding cute new ideas like this Bee Tube from Counting Coconuts. (As a reminder to myself - March would be a great month to do a butterlfy theme since the Butterflys are blooming at "The Garden" . . .it's a great place to visit!)
You may remember that last summer we planted a small garden so when I saw this idea from A Pumpkin and a Princess, it struck me as something perfect to get before the beginning of summer. What a great project for the boys to work on!
I'm not really sure how this fits into teaching but it would be just a fun activity to do with the boys . . maybe Art? HA! A little while ago I came across this great blog called All for the Boys - she offers up some great all boy ideas; this one included - smash 'em up cars!
One of the problems I haven't solved until now is how to store printables especially since I want to start preparing them soon for the start of preschool this fall. 1+1+1=1 has come through again with this perfect solution. No more trial and error for me - I'm going to be picking up supplies soon!
One final idea for this post comes from Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers and it is really just some great ideas for homeschooling. She gives a list of 10 great helps for beginner homeschoolers as well as many links to other resources.
I didn't realize that I haven't posted this since February so there are some "old" ideas on here to use for next year!