Multiplication Games: Finger Hopscotch Printable

Hi Creekside Learning readers! I’m Clarissa, author of Munchkins and Moms, a blog about learning through play in the preschool and toddler years! Today I am guest posting to tell you more about fun multiplication games. This one uses the whole body learning technique that you may already be familiar with (have you seen the Multiplication High Fives activity that is here on Creekside Learning yet? It’s fantastic!) This...

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Multiplication Chart (Free Printable)

Before kids completely memorize multiplication tables, having a quick reference on hand is essential.  That’s why I created this free printable multiplication chart. Kids can keep it on their desk or in their notebook, ready when they need it.   Learning multiplication tables is such a critical skill in the elementary years. In our house, we’ve played lots of multiplication games. Our favorite one...

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Easy Science Experiments for Kids: How to Make a Volcano Erupt

We love easy, simple science experiments that we can do right in our kitchen.  This volcano experiment required two easy recipes that even very young kids can help put together. Once you have the volcano set up, you can create lava explosions over and over again.    {This post contains affiliate links.} What could be more exciting than that?  I’ll tell you! This activity (and 149 more) is part of a...

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How to Teach Kids to Memorize Their Address and Phone Number

Here’s an easy way for kids to memorize their phone number and address (actually this technique works with anything you need them to memorize, from preschoolers up to teenagers). And they can do it while they are on the go.  We are creating a muscle memory by using hands-on learning and I have a free download for you that makes this activity super easy. {This post contains affiliate links.} When your child goes through a...

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Julie’s Top 10 Fashion Tips for Homeschool Moms

I’m a homeschool mom. I work from home.  It’s no different from most people that get paid to work for an actual company from home, except I have short adorable co-workers who hang out with me all day, demand lunch and whine about how math is stupid.   Here’s my ten tried and true tips for the fashionable homeschool mom. I’ve tested out each and every one of these over the past six years, to save...

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