Apologia Exploring Creation Science DVDs

Apologia Exploring Creation Science DVDs I was recently able to preview three spectacular Science DVDs from Apologia.  If you haven’t heard of this company, advice let me tell you, search they are amazing.  They were recently voted the number one publisher of creation-based science and Bible curriculum and have more than fifty top awards from […]

Apps Preparing Teens for the Real World

Apps Preparing Teens for the Real World Summer is an ideal time for teens to learn important adult skills, like organization, financial literacy, independence and setting personal goals. Whether it’s being on time for their first summer job or keeping up with their summer reading list, these apps can help your teen stay focused this […]

Having a Hands on Easter

Having a Hands on Easter I don’t know about you but Easter and Christmas are my two favorite holidays.  They’re the only holidays that my family consistently DOES something.  You know crafts, learns about it, reads about it.  Partially because I have so many happy memories about those two holidays from when I was a […]

Free Easter Writing Prompts (K-2)

Free Easter Writing Prompts (K-2)     Encouraging your kids to write this Easter season is a great way to get your kids to share their thoughts around the holiday. When kids get told they need to write during their homeschool day, sometimes they don’t know where to start. Writing prompts are a great resource […]

How Should High School Students Prepare for College?

How Should High School Students Prepare for College? The journey from high school to college is often one fraught with peril. While most see the purpose of high school as being that of preparing a student for college, most high school students simply don’t have the necessary skills to make it through the college course […]

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.

Halloween Worksheet for Confusing Letters

Halloween Worksheet for Confusing Letters   Confusing letters? This worksheet will help with those confusing letters (b, viagra sale d, ampoule p,q). Click here to check out this freebie now!

The League and The Lantern: A Rip-Roaring Adventure Series

The League and The Lantern: A Rip-Roaring Adventure Series Do your children take a break over the summer or just a lighter load? We take a couple of weeks off and then start back with a lighter load. We also have a summer reading list and a weekly book club. Let me tell you about […]

Living Books on the American West

Living Books on the American West   Nebby shares with us once again the living books she has used in her homeschool. The topic this time is the American West in the latter half of the 19th century including such topics as cowboys, cheap railroads, conservation and the settlement of the plains. Books from elementary […]

Free Fine Motor Long Vowel Activity Printable

Free Fine Motor Long Vowel Activity Printable   Your early learners need to work on their fine motor skills too and this free printable will help with both phonics and fine motor skills! Once kids know phonics reading will be easier for them! Teaching your kids phonics and how to recognize consonants and vowels is […]

Free Bugs Shapes Math Game

Free Bugs Shapes Math Game Finding fun, stuff educational games is a great way to encourage your kids to enjoy learning! It is important to ensure that learning is a fun activity in order for your kids to want to learn. Little learners need to work on their counting skills and shape recognition.

Edible Science Experiments {Book Review}

Edible Science Experiments {Book Review} If you’re homeschooling like I am, you may have had to get creative with the subject of Science at home. A lot can be learned from books or online, sure…but some things are just better when the students can learn by doing it themselves. So I have to suggest the […]

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 […]

Apologia: The Human Body Advanced Biology

Apologia: The Human Body Advanced Biology If you are looking for a Science curriculum that expands on a Christian worldview then the Apologia Sciences are for you. Dr. Jay Wile the primary author has designed a program to prepare students for college level courses but is written in a user- friendly style. Many homeschool families […]

Math-U-See {Review}

My 6 year old started Kindergarten this past fall. I pieced together his curriculum from various sources, and was given the opportunity to try out the Beta level of Math-U-See. This is a program that uses blocks/manipulatives to give a hands-on approach to learning.