Mom Life

teaching young children to be generous

Last week, my MOPS group brought in a speaker who discussed teaching our children to be generous. She had tons of great ideas, and it got me thinking about all of the things we do with our children already. Generosity through volunteerism and donations is very important to my husband and I. God has richly… Continue reading teaching young children to be generous

education

practical ways to build your child’s vocabulary

Anyone who talks to my children will quickly pick up on two things: 1) they love to talk 2) they have huge vocabularies. Everyone comments on the words my boys use: pediatricians, preschool teachers, my OB (and his nurse), strangers… Once we were at an open play, and the leader asked if anyone knew the meaning… Continue reading practical ways to build your child’s vocabulary

Worksheets

our favorite worksheets {winter edition}

In a previous post, I talked about Atticus’s love of “homework sheets” as he calls them. The first time he asked for one, I came up with something pretty simple on the spot, and he loved it! It was near Halloween, so I drew some pumpkins and wrote the word “pumpkin” in dashed letters at… Continue reading our favorite worksheets {winter edition}