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I was excited to be introduced to, an online, preschool - 5th grade resource center for kids. is jam packed with fun activities, games, and lessons to help your child be successful.

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As my daughter approaches her first birthday, I am nervous at the thought that I am going to have to start teaching her things. Yes, she can say a few words and I’m doing my best to name everything that she points to. I even sing the ABC’s to her everyday. We practice numbers, shapes, colors and animals. Yet, my first time mom brain is in overdrive as I worry about her future. In just two short years, my little one will be attending preschool. Will she be ready?

I was excited to be introduced to, an online, preschool – 5th grade resource center for kids. is jam packed with fun activities, games, and lessons to help your child be successful.

“ aims to empower parents, teachers, and homeschoolers to help their children build essential skills and excel. With over 12 million members, provides educators of all kinds with high-quality learning resources, including worksheets, lesson plans, digital games, an online guided learning platform, and more.”  ~

No, my daughter can’t hold a crayon without wanting to put it into her mouth, but this website has tons of fun activities that I can’t wait to explore with her in the upcoming months.

Games provides fun and resourceful online games that make learning fun and exciting. If you’re gearing up for preschool, check out these fun games to get the little one started:

  • Soon to be preschoolers can practice counting with the fun Counting Pizza Party game. Place the correct amount of toppings to add up the pizza fun.




  • Help your tiny tot count from 1 to 10 when they help Officer Ice Cream catch a number with the fun, Numbers 1-10 Photoshoot game.





These are just a few games available for your future preschooler. includes a ton of interactive games that will help promote your child’s learning. These games include numbers, letters, matching, colors, animals, and so much more!



Encourage hands on learning with printable worksheets. There are so many ways to have fun and learn with alphabets, colors, numbers, and patterns.

Check out these fun, worksheets:

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I can not wait until my daughter and I can sit down to color and play games together.

Teach your child while having fun with these worksheets from Trace letters, color in Unicorns, connect the dots, and more.


Guided Lessons

Challenge your child’s skills with educational, guided lessons that are both resourceful and so much fun.



  • Build your child’s math vocabulary with Geometry 1 guided lesson, which teaches shapes and important verbal concepts.



Guided Lessons are packed with fun activities that will keep your child busy as they learn basic math and reading.


Thinking ahead about my child’s education is a bit terrifying, but in order to get her ready for the future, I understand that it is important she starts early. The truth is, even as an infant, she is constantly learning. I am always researching toys that are fun and educational, that improve her cognitive skills and prepares her for the next stages of  life. will be a great tool to utilize in the near future. It has fun games and activities that will gear her up for her very first day of preschool, (Yikes!) and will continue to guide her through each new grade.

There is all kinds of fun and learning for kids, grades preschool through grade 5. Go ahead and check out all the activities has in store for your little learners.


If the cold has you trapped in doors, get started with this fun crossword snowman puzzle. Don’t worry, I’ve included the answer key. Go check out more at

“A friendly snowman is here to help you search for winter words. You can practice word meaning and have fun at the same time!”





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