• Homeschool,  Women's History Month

    Read All About It

    Happy Women's History Month! With read across America Day being tomorrow, we have decided to combine the two and focus on reading books written by female authors. We will also spend a little time learning about women authors and writing a book of our own.

  • black history month,  Homeschool

    A Class Of Their Own

    This week we will focus on influential groups such as the scientists/mathematicians who inspired Hidden Figures, The Tuskeegee Airmen, the Buffalo Soldiers, and the Greensboro four. We will watch a short video, read books about their accomplishments, and do a short corresponding activity.

  • black history month,  Homeschool

    Icons & First

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Theme Book / Activity Watch:Sojourner Truth Read: Sojourner Truth Activity: Sojourner Truth Flapbook Watch: Bass Reeves Read:Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marsha Activity: Make Paper Bag Cowboy Boots Watch:Bessie Coleman (Pilot)  Read: Bessie Coleman Activity: Make a Popsicle Airplane Watch: Wendell Scott Read: Racing Against the Odds: The Story of Wendell Scott, Stock Car Racing’s African-American Champion Activity: DIY Cardboard Racecar Watch: Ruby Bridges (Brain Pop) Read: The Life of Ruby Bridges Activity: Ruby Bridges Coloring Pages\ Short Video Bible Lesson Faithfulness Trusting in Gods Faithfulness Faithful Hall of Fame Hebrews 11. Ruth/Naomi Reading Time 4 Learning Time…

  • Holidays,  Paper Crafts,  Sublimation,  Valentine's Day,  Valentines

    5 Steps to Create the Perfect Valentine’s Day Campout

    For our anniversary, I invited my husband to go camping with me, in our backyard. By pitching a tent and adding some much-needed glam to the space, I was able to create a romantic oasis to celebrate our special day. Below are the steps you can take to easily transform your own backyard into a romantic Valentine getaway. 1. Gather /Order your supplies. If you want to order your supplies and have them arrive in time, Amazon Prime is your best bet. Luckily, however, even with just a few hours to spare, you can pull this idea off rather easily. Almost everything you need for a romantic camp out can…

  • black history month,  Homeschool

    Artists & Athletes

    This week we will focus on artists & athletes such as players in the Negro Baseball League, Poet Maya Angelou and Prima Ballerina Misty Copeland. We will watch a short video about their lives, read books about their accomplishments and do a short kid friendly corresponding activity

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    Let’s Connect

    Originally called Camp Covid, Created by Kisha was started in the Summer of 2020 to share activities and ideas of things to do during the pandemic. Continuing with that theme, Created By Kisha shares recipes, activities, lesson plans, craft projects, and other family-centered ideas to engage in during the pandemic and beyond. Do one or all of the following to stay updated on the latest ideas/post Join our Facebook group and become part of our community of parents who share ideas and offer support on a host of family-related topics. Follow us on Instagram: to stay updated on the latest post.

  • Holidays

    Socially Distanced Ways to Celebrate the MLK Holiday

    Tomorrow we remember the life and legacy of civil rights icon,  Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.    Listed are a few ways your family can celebrate MLK Day in a safe and socially distanced fashion Register and  Join The MLK  Live Stream Celebration. The National Civil Rights Museum will host a virtual King Day celebration on January 18, 2021, via Livestream at 12:00 noon and 6:00 pm Central TIME.  The event will showcase Dr. King’s work, the history of how the national holiday came to be, as well as how the museum has celebrated the holiday in years past.   Attendance is free but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  To register, click here.  Virtually Visit A Civil…

  • Homeschool

    Lessons Plans

    Full disclaimer:  I am not a  professional educator   However,  like many of you, Covid has forced me to take on the role of  “teacher”   and develop weekly “lesson plans” for my now home-schooled pre-k aged daughter, Ansley.  Using a Kindergarten assessment from Education.com as a baseline for what she needs to work on, we settled on the potpourri of programs below.   Hopefully, she will be more than ready for Kindergarten this fall.  Reading:  For reading,  we most heavily use Hooked on Phonics (the books and the app).    We have worked much of the way through the first-grade curriculum and we often supplement it with leveled readers from Learning Dynamics,  Kindle unlimited, and…