## How to Practice Telling Time With A Fun, Easy Game

*This Post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers   “Let’s try jumping in again in five minutes,” I encouraged my oldest. He glanced at the large clock leaning against the pool gate, “Ok that would be at….which hand tells the hour again?” Ahhhhhhhh!!!! I wanted...

## Javelin Throw STEM Challenge

The Olympics is almost here, and I get to introduce two of my kiddos to this special event. To celebrate, I’m participating in an Olympic Blog Hop with some great children’s bloggers. This week there are a ton of STEM activities that all revolve around...

## BUMP Game for Ocean Animals

Heading to the beach and want your kiddos to learn the names of ocean animals they might see? Check out these fun, and exciting BUMP games. This post may contain Amazon links, other affiliate links, and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost...

## DIY Race Car Craft

I had the wonderful opportunity of guest posting for Creative K Kids this week. Jump on over to her page and find out how to get in some summer learning while reading then creating your own race car.

## Rounding by 10 on a Number Line

Ever heard the chant 1 though 4 stay on the floor, 5 though 9 climb the vine? It is an adorable chant that is perfect for helping our kiddos remember what to do when rounding, but if all they do is recite the rhyme then there is...

## BUMP games for Word Families -eer, -ier, and -ear

Bump games are quite popular, though I have to admit we have never played one. Even though we are officially on summer break, I want my kiddos to continue learning. My goal is to read, and play a math and phonics game every day....

## 40 Monster Number Bond Task Cards to Strengthen Adding and Subtracting Skills

Grab these 40 monster number bond task cards to strengthen your child’s number sense, adding and subtracting skills and math fluency. *This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers. There is no additional cost but if you choose to purchase, I receive a...

## Fill in the Blanks Sensory Game for -err, eir, and -air Word Families

*This post contains affiliated links In a recent visit from Babies Can’t Wait, it was suggested that my little girl start doing sensory bins. I have to admit I wasn’t to thrilled with the idea because of the mess. We tried our first one yesterday,...