This mommy blogger once blogged about miscarriage and learning to cope with loss. But now as a happy mother, she has turned to pregnancy and motherhood issues.

Arts and Creativity


Anne Reyner knows the power of art. If you would like to take her approach to education and self-expansion, we don't think you'll be disappointed. Although her blog is directed towards early education, we thought it was just as valuable information for those who teach and help children with disabilities.

How to Make a Family: The Blog


Tracy Morris covers the art of baby making from every conceivable angle. Read along to relate and get an occasional smile.

Crazy Bloggin' Canuk


This Mom calls herself "Adventure-travel writer turned adventurous unraveling mother". Though she began blogging before her children were born, now her posts are all about family fun and travels.



Read, linger, laugh, and get some lessons about parenting from this site. Jen Singer has been quoted on a long list of acclaimed newspapers, magazines, and web sites, and has appeared on a number of television shows such as The Today Show, CBS The Early Show, and more.

Savvy Source


Parents can easily get lost on this site - there is so much to discover. Find special preschool games and activities, good books for preschoolers, and even search for a preschool by location.

Early Childhood School Library Blog


This site features a new great read for kids every day. Make a list for the child in your life, and read articles offering helpful read-aloud tips

Teach Preschool


Deborah J. Stewart has been a professional in early childhood education for over twenty years. She has some very wise and insightful tips for parents and teachers. Everything here is practical and fun, geared toward the little kiddos.

Preparing the preschool environment
by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. over 2 years ago
At play on the math table
by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. over 2 years ago

Sweet Tattletales


A mother chronicles her sweet journey with three little girls in the house. She writes about real life and everything that this brings with small children in the home. Follow this blog to laugh, cry, be inspired, and enjoy some amazing photography.

by Michelle M. over 4 years ago
EEk I'm a horrible Blogger Fathers Day
by Michelle M. over 4 years ago

The Cloth Diaper Report


This mamma is obsessed with cloth diapers. No seriously. She has reviewed nearly ever cloth diaper out there. And though her blog started primarily for this purpose, now it has expanded to much more. Find out about the best cloth diapers, top rated care safety gear, and more, along with some cool giveaways.

Ten Ways I Save on Organic Groceries
by Emi over 2 years ago
Unicorn Baby Detergents for Your Cloth Diapering, Wool & Everyday Laundry Needs
by Emi over 2 years ago

The Mom Blog


This mom's a certified infant massage instructor and she loves to dish on cool products, recipes, having fun with children, and preschool educational ideas. Mothers can get inspiration for their life and children here.

Let the Children Play


This mommy's desire is to inspire early childhood education that is based on play. She manages her own day care and shares the things she learns from day to day on preschool, early education, and nature play.

Fly the Play Flag
by noreply@blogger.com (Jenny Kable) over 2 years ago
Art - process not product
by noreply@blogger.com (Jenny Kable) over 2 years ago

Mommy Speech Therapy


Is your child struggling with speech issues? Get helpful tips and articles such as "How to Teach the CH Sound" from a speech therapist and mother who shares her thoughts on language development for little ones.

Understanding the Special Education Process
by April over 4 years ago
Little Bee Speech Apps Making a Difference
by Heidi over 4 years ago

Little Gems - Make Your Child a Genius


Little Gems has a vision to help parents mould their children by using a new concept of education. Submit your email and receive a free ebook.

Two of a Kind, Working On A Full House


Dee is your average mom, but she decided to start this blog as a way to still have a voice in the world now that she is a stay at home mom. Get great ideas and tips for enjoying your kids and family time even more.

Young Living Premium Starter Kit SALE + Freebies & Step by Step Instructions
by Dee over 2 years ago
*Black Friday Deal* Young Living Essential Oils Premium Starter Kit With Freebies
by Dee over 2 years ago

Inside Pre-K


This blog insists that pre-K should be a part of education in our country. It promotes quality early childhood education and offers interesting stories and lessons.

Investing in Kids.net


John Bartik is a published author, researcher on early childhood development, and senior economist at the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. He offers reports on early childhood development and our nation.

Whitehurst’s latest comments on pre-K
by timbartik over 4 years ago
The importance of education, and a pre-K experiment to watch
by timbartik over 4 years ago

Emergent Learner


A passionate preschool teacher offers articles, news, videos, and more for other teachers of early childhood education. Plus, read his "kids quotes" for a good laugh.

Teaching & Learning 2015: NBPTS – NAEYC – CLASS
by jmholland over 3 years ago
Bammy Nomination: thank you dear reader
by jmholland over 4 years ago

The Preschool Blog


Though The preschool professor is dedicated to extremely young children, many of the tips and project plans she provides are applicable to slightly older children as well. Educators who work with young children will appreciate the many resources and reviews provided by the blogger.

God or Education Transforms Lives
almost 4 years ago
Spring Fun
almost 4 years ago

The Pre-K Pages


Plan some fun with your preschooler. It is much easier for parents to plan this creative time when they have resources such as this for motivation and inspiration.

Science for Kids: Planting and Growing in Preschool
by Vanessa Levin over 2 years ago
Making Patterns with Cars
by Editor over 2 years ago



A resource specially designed for preschool teachers, pre-kinders is a fun resource for educators looking for creative project ideas. The blogger also includes printable activities and subject guides for everything from cooking to math.

Teach Counting Skills with this Board Game
by Karen Cox over 2 years ago
President’s Day Activities for Preschool, Pre-K
by Karen Cox over 2 years ago

Free Printables


This site's loaded with fun printables to keep any little kid busy for hours. Parents and teachers will appreciate having these fun projects so easily available.