Book Mama: Captain No Beard Stories: Lessons from the High Seas

Captain No Beard Stories Lessons from the High Seas Have you heard of the Captain No Beard stories? Well, I hadn’t until recently when we were lucky enough to be sent a set of the books to review. My boys … Continue reading 

Book Mama: The Day the Crayons Came Home Celebration with FREE Printables

The Day the Crayons Came Home Celebration The day has come! Well, it was actually yesterday that The Day the Crayons Came Home hit the bookstores. In anticipation of the big day, we share a post reviewing The Day the … Continue reading 

Book Mama: 3 Funny Books about Going to School

3 Funny Books about Going to School  I love coming across new-to-me books. This spring, I came across these 2 funny books about going to school. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to School… by Davide Cali  Evil ninjas, a … Continue reading 

Book Mama: The Day the Crayons Quit Review and Activity

The Day the Crayons Quit Review and Activity This book is not by any means new, but it is fantastic! We have checked it out from the library and read it at school, but I am excited to say that … Continue reading 

Book Mama: Ordinary People Change the World Book Review

Ordinary People Change the World Book Review “A child-size view of history.”   I was so surprised (and excited) to find a package waiting for me when I got home today.  I opened it and found a book-  a children’s … Continue reading 

Teacher Mama: Water Can Be…Drawing Activity {After School Linky}

Water Can Be… Drawing Activity Water Can Be…,  by Laura Purdie Salas, one of my new favorite books. I shared this book the first time in our post, Beautiful Books about Water. Today I am sharing it again, with a … Continue reading 

Teacher Mama: FREE Printables for Teaching Questions, Exclamations and Statements

 Questions, Exclamations and Statements Looking for a way to teach your child about the difference between a question, a statement and an exclamation?  Well, look no further! Here is a fun way to teach this concept to your child. Materials … Continue reading