Doodle Journeys

Doodle Journeys: A Fill-In Journal for Everyday Explorers Do you or your children like to journal or create scrapbooks of places you have traveled? When our children were younger we had them create a notebook when we traveled (and yes we counted it as homeschooling), which would serve as their report for the trip.

Washi Tape Craft: Binder Clips

Washi Tape Craft: Binder Clips Of all the washi gifts my little ones have made this year, sale I think I use the binder clips more than all of them. They are so cute and yet extremely functional. Every time I pick them up I have to smile.

Free Online Patriotic Music Lesson

Free Online Patriotic Music Lesson   Independence Day is coming soon, and this is the perfect time to teach your kids these 5 Patriotic songs: “This Land is Your Land” “America, the Beautiful” “Yankee Doodle” “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” “God Bless America” Enjoy a free online Patriotic Music Lesson from the online music […]

Free “Music of the Olympics” Lesson with Printables

Free “Music of the Olympics” Lesson with Printables Is your family excited about the Summer Olympics? It’s fun to learn about the location and the sporting events, but it’s also a perfect opportunity to add a little music appreciation learning to your summer. You will enjoy this 15-Minute Music Lesson called “Music of the Olympics.” The lesson is free […]

Free 15-Minute Music Lesson on Birds in Classical Music (with printables)

Free 15-Minute Music Lesson on Birds in Classical Music (with printables)   Did you know that many composers throughout the centuries have composed music to sound like birds chirping, price tweeting, and singing? Here is a new 15-minute Music Lesson on Birds in Classical Music to teach your kids all about it!  

Free 15-Minute Music Lesson on Pachelbel’s Canon, with Printables

Free 15-Minute Music Lesson on Pachelbel’s Canon, with Printables If you struggle in providing music appreciation lessons for your homeschooled kids, you will love the new series over at Music in Our Homeschool! Gena Mayo is writing 15-Minute Music Lessons that are fun and easy to do. Printable packs to go along with the lessons are included, […]

Happy Kids Songs Music

Happy Kids Songs Music Kids love to sing. We learned our states and math tables to songs one summer and even now that some of my crew are adults with their own children, they remember the songs. Music is such a great avenue for children to enjoy and through it they can learn so much […]

Green Kid Crafts {Box Review}

Green Kid Crafts {Box Review} Being the mom of an active child can keep me busy, that’s for sure! So when it comes to lessons, I try to make sure we have plenty of hands on activities, including our craft time. When I learned about Green Kid Crafts, a monthly subscription service including all the […]

Learn With Homer {Review}

Do you have a young one at home that is learning how to read? With all of the apps, games, and fun tools that claim to teach our kids how to read, it’s hard to decide which one to use! But I have started using the website & app “Learn with Homer” and I’m excited […]

Dia de Los Muertos {Book Review}

Now that school is back in session and it’s officially fall, my family can’t wait for the leaves to turn, the weather to get cool and to enjoy the holidays that will quickly be here! And not just Halloween either (though we love to dress up) but we’ve also been learning about the Day of […]

Apple Themed Crafts

Apple Themed Crafts If you’re like me, I’m always looking for crafts. Partly to work into our daily lessons, but I have also been looking for some to give as gifts with the upcoming holiday season (especially if the kids are involved)! Here is a list of 10 apple themed crafts ranging from gifts, bean […]

Home Art Studio Free DVD Offer

Don’t miss the Home Art Studio awesome back to homeschool deal. They are offering a FREE Holiday Arts and Crafts DVD when you purchase any 2 Home Art Studio DVD’s. Check out our program review on Home Art Studio. Start planning your school year and holiday crafts with this great offer.        

Home Art Studio {Review}

One of the subjects I always looked forward to in school was art class. We usually had a fun teacher who had us try all kinds of mediums, projects and wild ideas to get our imaginations flowing! But now that my son is in Kindergarten, I wasn’t quite sure where to start his passion for […]

Living History Books: Washington and Adams

Living History Books: Washington and Adams While working through American History this year, thumb Nebby from over at Letters From Nebby has been sharing the lists of books and lesson plans. Now she is sharing her list of books and lessons on the history of the presidencies of Washington and Adams. If you are looking […]

Easy Cloud Dough Recipe

Easy Cloud Dough Recipe Do you have an active kid, or maybe more, at home? Always getting into something, and the messier and more creative the better? Yeah…that’s me. And he loved it when I made this easy cloud dough recipe! One thing I kept in mind was when his younger cousins or friends would […]