About

I’m so glad you are here! I’m Angela, a mom to all boys, wife to an amazing man, lover of the Midwest, and daughter of Christ. I am a former teacher, turned stay-at-home with my 4 year old, 3 year old, and newborn.

This blog is dedicated to sharing hands-on activities for toddlers and preschoolers. I hope you’ll find many resources to help teach your little ones! I am very passionate about teaching and educating little ones. Being creative in my teaching is so much fun for me. You can oftentimes find me at Hobby Lobby or the Dollar Store going up and down the aisles coming up with new crafts and brainstorming teaching ideas. Blogging is a creative outlet for me and I love sharing with all of you!

I have 3 young boys, so this blog shares activities for sensory play, toddler activities, preschool activities, and crafts for different seasons. I hope you’ll join us on this journey of home educating our children. My desire is that you feel inspired to try these activities and lessons at home, and that it will help your little one flourish in their learning. I also am very honest about life and motherhood. I love being real with my readers and I want you to know that you are not alone in this journey!

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I am incredibly blessed to be married to the love of my life! My husband is my best friend, biggest supporter, a loving father, and most importantly, a man who loves Jesus.

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The activities we love to do are FUN and ENGAGING. I create a lot of hands-on lessons that make learning exciting. I post different activities and share about our life Monday-Friday on this blog. I hope you’ll follow us on this journey!

Angela has her Bachelors of Science from the University of Northern Iowa. She studied Elementary Education and specialized in Literacy Education. Her endorsements are in Language Arts K-6 and Reading K-6. She has an extensive background in working with children, including three years as a public school teacher.