STEAM: Exploring Physics with Pendulums

Our learning adventures with Experience Early Learning have taken us to the Rainforest this month. Each week we are studying a different layer of the rainforest and this week is all about the Understory. As an Experience Early Learning (EEL) Blogger, I receive the EEL Preschool Curriculum in exchange for my honest opinions and authentic stories about our experiences using the curriculum. All...

STEAM: DIY Tornado Bottle

We are learning all about Seasons and Weather this month with our Experience Preschool box and our last week is culminating on Wild Weather, like hurricanes, hail, thunderstorms, floods, and tornadoes! As an Experience Early Learning (EEL) Blogger, I receive the EEL Preschool Curriculum in exchange for my honest opinions and authentic stories about our experiences using the curriculum. All...

STEAM: Rain Study

It's Autumn and a cold front is blowing through here in Texas. It's the perfect time to study Seasons and Weather with your little learners! We just finished our STEAM Cloud Study from Experience Preschool and, I had to share it with yall! As an Experience Early Learning (EEL) Blogger, I receive the EEL Preschool Curriculum in exchange for my honest opinions and authentic stories about...

STEAM: Color Mixing Learning with Tie-Dye

About a month ago our Children's Ministry hosted a tie-dye party for kids from Kindergarten- 6th grade. It was my first tie-dying experience. I loved watching them create, but I learned a thing or two watching them. 1. Limit the color choices. There were quite a few muddy brown looking shirts because kids got too happy with using ALL the colors. 2. Use the rubber bands and only place dye in a...

STEAM: Shadows, Shapes, and Sense of Sight

What a gift of God SIGHT is! Have you ever wondered how it is that our brains actually process light rays to be able to see color?! It's fascinating and the more I see the intricacies in how things work, the more I see an amazing Creator God at the helm of all things. Exploring the 5 senses with children is always fun (check out this post) and even more so when you can get outdoors! We've been...

STEAM: Skeletal Study

I have 2 little learners... a recently turned 6 year old and a 2.5 year old. I have always been terrified of studying human anatomy. Probably because I can't remember ever really studying it before the dreaded 5th grade health class. Yall know what I'm talkin' about. So, finding fun ways to teach about the human body to my little ones is something that is new for me too, but it has been so...

Exploring Volcanoes in a NEW Way

This post contains affiliate links. Hey there yall! This month, my kiddos and I are on a learning adventure studying Islands with Exploring Early Learning, and if you explore islands, you most likely will come across some Volcanoes! We've all done the volcano experiment of baking soda and vinegar and watched the fizzing eruption and most likely watched it cascade down a triangular shape of some...

Playdough Pets

As a Experience Early Learning (EEL) Blogger, I receive the EEL Preschool Curriculum in exchange for my honest opinions and authentic stories about our experiences using the curriculum. All opinions and thoughts are completely my own. What do you get when you are talking to kiddos about adopting pets and add in some playdough? You get their very own Playdough Pets! This month is all about Baby...

Rainbow Writing Sensory Bags

Hi! I'm Leslie- a homeschooling momma to an almost 5 year old girl (seriously cant believe I just typed that) and 17 month old boy.  The 2 are as different as night and day.  I share our adventures here to both inspire learning at home and chronicle our lives, because honestly, I never started the baby books and my kids will just have to look back on their childhood through this blog......

Preschool: Car Wash Activities

Hi! I'm Leslie- a homeschooling momma to an almost 5 year old girl (seriously can't believe I just typed that) and 17 month old boy.  The 2 are as different as night and day.  I share our adventures here to both inspire learning at home and chronicle our lives, because honestly, I never started the baby books and my kids will just have to look back on their childhood through this...