Teaching Textbooks Math Checklists

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Each year I share our homeschool curriculum choices with you. It is almost time to do that again, as many of you are in planning mode – while also in finish-up-THIS-year mode!

For the past couple of years I have created checklists for my kids to help organize our homeschool year. These have saved me LOADS of sanity once the school year begins!

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I switch curriculum publishers sometimes, but there is one I am completely stuck on and that is Teaching Textbooks Math. I have not changed any of my kids away from TT since we started and have no plans to switch at all. We love TT. I was a TT user for years and then they became a blog sponsor. Now I get to provide you with fun reviews, giveaways, and exclusive content. Although this post has nothing to do with that – it’s just me, the homeschooling mom, sharing an organizational tool with you!  But stay tuned – a full review of the new ONLINE Teaching Textbooks 3.0 is coming very soon!

I bundled all of our match checklists together into one file for you! I don’t have one for Pre-Calculus, but I do for all of the other levels!

Here’s a peek into our notebooks this year, they are so helpful for my kids and for me! They {or I} record their grades daily so that we have a visual record off of the computer screen. It is nice for us to be able to see how far along we are and how much we have left to go!

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New to Teaching Textbooks? See our We Love Teaching Textbooks Math post here.

You can find a placement test online which I recommend having your child take before deciding on a level to begin with. Most kids will work a level above their grade. My 3rd grader does level 4, my 6th grader does level 7.

Teaching Textbooks Placement Tests

Download our Teaching Textbooks Math Checklists here!

Teaching Textbooks Math Checklists

Teaching Textbooks Checklists



January 2018 Calendars for Kids

January Printable Calendars for Kids

We have all new 2018 calendars for you! You can download both the tracing and dot version of our calendars for January for free in this post!

Download your free January 2018 Calendars here!

We have some sets for sale in our Teacher’s Notebook Shop for those of you who want more! You can buy the entire year of either, or a blank version to use any year! You can also buy all 3 in a bundle deal. There’s notebook covers and a year-at-a glance in the sets!

Click on each image to see the individual sets…

2018 Version is HERE!!!

Or click here to get them all in a bundle deal!

Learning ideas to go along with the tracing printables ~

  • At the beginning of each new month, trace the name of the month, the year, and color the focus picture.
  • Each new day, trace the number and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to write in each month to create a pattern.
  • At the beginning of each month go through and mark the special days {holidays, birthdays, anniversaries or anything your family celebrates}.  Have your child decorate those special dates so you can look forward to them!

Learning ideas to go along with the dot fun printables ~

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  • At the beginning of each new month, color the focus picture. If your child doesn’t like to color, color together…make it fun!
  • Each new day, dot paint the day, or use a dot sticker and talk about what day it is.
  • Practice counting each day up to the date.
  • Use 2 or 3 colors to create a pattern.

Don’t have Dot Paint {or don’t want to be messy with little ones}?  Use Dot Stickers instead!

Get your Calendar Notebook covers here

Calendar Notebook Covers


Looking for more calendar fun?

Add these printables to our Calendar Notebook printables!

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Here’s one set up for homeschool calendar time we have had.  Lots of free printables!

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Here’s our Calendar Connections for more fun learning!

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Christmas Tree Mini Printable Pack

Christmas Tree Mini Printable Pack

In this FREE Christmas Tree Mini Printable pack you will find the following printables, featuring fun Christmas trees!

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Download your free Christmas Trees Mini Pack here!

More Christmas Fun…

Find tons of free Christmas printables here!

Christmas Printables and Ideas

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All New Pumpkin Coloring Pages!

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We have a new set of PUMPKIN coloring pages for you! The idea behind “Just Color!” is simple ~ theme packs all focused around coloring. The coloring pages are all in one download to make it easier to download and print all at once, in case you have coloring monsters like I do!

Remember, if you want to make a mini coloring book, you can always scale down PDF files! If you have any problems downloading or printing these or other PDF files, seetroubleshooting tips here.

The following pumpkin coloring pages are in this set!

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Download your free Pumpkin Coloring Pages here!

Scroll down until you see this graphic and click to download the set.

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More Pumpkin Fun!

Baby Food Jar Pumpkin Craft[4]  Pumpkin Coloring[4]

Pumpkin Printables[4]  Fall Baking Pumpkin Cheesecake Squares[4]

Pumpkin Songs[6]  Pumpkin Preschool Fun[7]

Pumpkin Sensory Bin[8]  John 155 Pumpkin Vine Craft[5]

Pumpkin Tot School[6]  Marble Paint Pumpkin Craft[4]

Pumpkin Theme Pinterest Board[4]



Clip the Color Word ~ Free Printable

Today I have a fun freebie from our Let’s Explore COLORS Mega Bundle! If you have a tot, preschooler, Kindergartner or 1st grader be sure to take a look at the entire bundle! This bundle is filled with over 20 different activities focusing on 11 different colors – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown, black, gray, & white.

Clip the Color Word

Clip the Color Word is a fun way to help your child who is learning to identify color words. Laminate and cut out the individual color cards, or put into a sheet protector. Have your child recognize the color and then either clip a clothespin to the correct color word or use a dry erase marker to circle.

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Download Clip the Color Word for free here!

Grab the entire bundle here!

Use code: Pumpkin17 to save 10% through 10/14/17

TN Discount

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Let's Explore Colors Mega Bundle