Computers, i-Pads, video games are all fun right? What if I told you there are other fun things your children can do and get them away from the screens? Good news, there is! There are many activities children can do to stay active. The key is to find what they enjoy. Here are 5 of
“Home for the holidays” has a whole new meaning for many this year. Personally, I am using this opportunity to create fun new traditions and lasting memories filled with laughter. My hope is that these 5 fun activities bring joy, laughter, and a new sense of strength to your families as you come together in
Why I Love My Recess & Results Business! I taught in the classroom for 14 years prior to God telling me that things were going to drastically change and I would become a stay at home mom. A stay at home what?!?! “Don’t you get it? I’m a career woman. I went to school for
We get it. Homeschool / virtual school isn’t easy. You are trying hard to find your flow while balancing all of the other responsibilities of life. As a new homeschool mom myself, I am going through the roller coaster of emotions right along with you. But there is one thing that never fails to help
1. RECESS! Make sure RECESS has its place on your homeschool schedule. If participating in online school, advocate for recess breaks for your child. The American Academy of Pediatrics describes recess as “crucial and necessary” for children. It benefits their physical well being, ability to focus, productivity levels, cognitive performance, and emotional development. IMPORTANT: Do not confuse “breaks” for recess.
One person is “it”, and it is their goal to tag all the other players. Once tagged, a player must sit in a squatted position until a “free” player taps their foot to free them. Once the foot is tapped, the player must explode out of the squat position like a firework to resume the