Although it doesn’t quite seem like it, the new year is already upon us and 2015 has come to an end.
It was an amazing year for this little site and our days were filled with tons of awesome crafts and fun activities and most of those we shared on here for you.
Of course, there were definite favorites 🙂 Certain posts that you have loved and shared way more than others.
So today, in honor of the new year, I thought we would kick off 2016 by taking a look back at what made 2015 so amazing.
Our top 15 posts from 2015!
Our 2015-2016 printable homeschool planner was a HUGE hit! In fact, it was our top post from this year 🙂 Be sure to keep an eye out for the 2016-2017 version that will be available in just a few short months!
Learning about big emotions is a whole lot easier for little ones when you can make the process fun and our printable emotions matching game can help you do just that!
Another huge favorite this year? Our preschool alphabet book! We’re still working on those crafts and sharing them as we go but you can find all of the letters that we’ve completed so far on on our alphabet book page.
Whether you’re heading to the circus or just planning a circus preschool theme unit, making some fine motor popcorn is a great way to get started!
We’ve always got tons of craft sticks lying around in our house, and now, we’ve got more than 30 fun ways to use those Popsicle sticks up!
One of my favorite additions to our home preschool this year was our home preschool calendar board and apparently, you guys all loved it too!
Working on counting? Add in a little fine motor work as well as a few apples and you’ve got yourselves a fun new way to practice numbers!
If your kids end up loving count and clip cards as much as mine do, these bumblebee themed count and clip number cards are going to come in handy!
Begin your explorations of cultures around the world with this children of the world printable matching game.
Or take a camping trip in your own backyard and try your hand at creating with nature and these super simple camping crafts for kids.
If you’re planning a bee theme unit for the upcoming spring, this fine motor pollen transfer activity was a hit with both of my little ones!
Create and all about me hand print book as a reminder of just how small your little ones once were.
Bedtime getting a little crazy? This bedtime routine visual schedule has made our nightly routine so much easier!
Speaking of bedtime, one of our all time favorite bedtime books has got to be Goodnight Moon and now, we’ve got a fun matching game that we can play as we read!
Finally, our year wouldn’t have been complete without a little bit of potty training. For a child with Autism, that’s no easy feat. But with these 8 tips, we made it through 🙂