Math Flash Cards

As a parent, I'm passionate about supporting my children's education at home whenever I can. That's why I highly recommend having these math flashcards on hand. They're a fantastic tool for encouraging your child to enjoy learning. The best part is that it doesn't have to be a lengthy activity. I've found that they work best as a quick, enjoyable exercise. We celebrate correct answers and keep things positive when things get tricky. This pack will be an excellent resource for your child as their math skills grow during their elementary years.

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Sight Words Flash Cards

If your child is displaying an interest in reading, these flashcards can be incredibly helpful in providing your early reader with a head start. With consistent use, they'll be able to recognize over 100 words in no time. The best part? These cards are affordable, costing only a few dollars!

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Step into Reading

My daughters have a passion for books, and we read regularly. Our oldest daughter, who just turned six, has made significant progress in her reading abilities. She loves discovering new stories, words, and developing her reading skills. We've found that the Step into Reading series is fantastic for early readers as they can start at Level 1 and progress to higher levels as they become more confident. Our library is stocked with a broad collection of these books, and we'd like to share some of our favorites.

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Crayola Twistables

Not sure if it's just my kids, but they don't like regular crayons.. 🤷🏻‍♀️ but my daughter loves these! A must have item to have on hand for the kids! 

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Gratitude Journal

My daughter started kindergarten this year. It seemed that each day we would ask her about her day and we got the same "I don't know" or "I don't remember" responses. Doesn't she know I am dying to know all the details of her time spent away from home!?! This journal was a great find because it not only gives her a chance to practice her writing skills at home, but filling this out prompted organic conversation about her day. "Why are you grateful for friends today?" "Why did bring you joy?" "Why was PE your favorite part of your day?" It just seems like it is easier for her to share her experiences when we can focus on more specific aspects of her day. This has also helped us share more together outside of working on a gratitude journal entry. Great activity to do with your kids that only takes a few minutes!

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