Good Resource for the Homeschooling Mom

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I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been caught in the grocery store or in Target singing the alphabet song with my boys.  They sing it loud and proud – then immediately transition into Jesus Loves Me. Its like its the second verse of the ABC song.

Teaching young kids the basics that they need to know, like the alphabet and their numbers, takes a while for some kids.  So, why not make learning fun!

This new book by Tommy Nelson was released in time for Spring and is filled with cute, storyboard pages that depict spring in all its glory.  And you can teach your children their numbers on every page.  My boys have both enjoyed it.

If you would like to win your own copy, just tell me something that you enjoyed teaching your kids.

2 Responses

  1. Wendy O'Neil

    It’s been fun teaching Grace her colors. We love Quiet Bunny Books (Quiet Bunny, Quiet Bunny Many Colors, Quiet Bunny and the Noisy Puppy) because they are so colorful, full of animals, seasons and have great story lines. It’s been especially fun now that she knows her colors and likes to tell me to “Stop” when the stop light is red and “Go”, when it is green. Or the best is, “slow down mommy, it’s yellow”. Back seat driver already….sigh…;)

  2. Becky

    I enjoyed teaching my kids the armor of God. We child-size pieces for them to wear as we talked about each. Such fun memories!