My Partnership with Education.com

This is a sponsored post by Education.com. All reviews and opinions expressed in this post are based on my personal view.

You know that commercial that says “moms don’t take sick days?” Well, I’ve had several in the last month and now Hayden is down for the count. But nobody be alarmed, he made sure to cough directly into my eye so I didn’t feel left out. #sharingiscaring and his skills are on point. We kept him home from school but luckily, some cute bugs are here to help with writing!

Be sure to check out Education.com for more preschool resources

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His fine motor skills still need a lot of work and I love all the options on this site. They have printable worksheets, online games, and lesson plans for preschool through fifth grade in a variety of subjects. There’s even an option to create worksheets using the time of year, subject, or skills that your kiddo is mastering. While they have a ton of free materials available, they also have membership plans that are super affordable. The paid membership opens up a lot of additional options to help guide your child’s education.

I am so excited that I found Education.com and with spring break coming up, I have been scouting out some cute activities. The busier he is, the less likely he is to drive me completely crazy! I also plan to find activities for him around the holidays, using their super cute holiday worksheets! Any other moms out there know what I’m talking about?? Check out Education.com let me know how you like it!

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