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Here are the reviews for the homeschool items we’ve used.



  • All About Reading Level 1
  • Spelling You See Level A
  • Big Letter Bananagrams 
  • Italic Handwriting Book B
  • What Your Kindergartener Needs to Know
  • Math-U-See Primer
  • Bugzzle Puzzle
  • Geoboards
  • This is How We Do It
  • What do People do All Day
  • Around the World Mazes
  • Geopuzzle Complete Box Set of 6
  • Developing the Early Learner
  • My First Spot the Difference
  • Kumon Kindergarten Logic
  • Smart Farmer
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • Skill Sharpeners Geography K
  • Building Blocks of Science Book K
  • My Very First Body Book
  • Look Inside Your Body
  • Boom! Fun with Science
  • Happy, Sad, Feeling Glad
  • What’s Going on Here?
  • I Can Doodle Rhymes
  • Push, Pull, Empty, Full
  • Djeco Bugs
  • Djeco Modeling Dough Prints and Shapes
  • Djeco Modeling Dough Funny Faces
  • Aquarellum Mini Cats
  • Animal Homeland Mosaics
  • Thinkplay Gears
  • Kumon Folding Set of 2


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Daily Schedule: Toddler

Our daughter is 2.5 now. We’ve been doing the same schedule for awhile now works great for us but might not work for everyone.

8-9: wake up, go potty, get dressed (she picks her own clothes), breakfast with milk or water, brush teeth
10-12: school time, play time
12-1: lunch with water or juice
1-6: story time, dance and singing, play time
6-7: dinner
7-8: play time
8-9: bath/shower time, brush teeth, story, bed

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Peacock Butterfly

From caterpillar to butterfly! Learn all about the metamorphosis of a butterfly.

     30$ + shipping 

You’ll receive everything in the picture:caterpillar, egg, cocoon and wings. 

My items are intended for decoration purposes. Not intended for children or infants to play with as some parts can be a choking hazard. 

***If you will be gifting to an infant or child let me know. If the item has eyes, I will use yarn for eyes instead of safety eyes; as they can be a choking hazard.***

This doll is handmade by me, Daisy Luckey, from a design and pattern by Lalylaland handmade. Lydia Tresselt /