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.

FREE Robot Theme Pack

The Relaxed Homeschool has a fun freebie for everyone! They are offering up a FREE robot theme lesson pack! This is great for Pre-k through Kindergarten. It features tracing practice, decease letter finds, color sheets and more! Head on over to download your copy!

9th Grade Lit: American Essayists, Poets and Short Story Writers

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.        

FREE 30 Day Summer Art Plan

Looking for a way to keep your teens engaged and learning this summer? Feel like you didn’t get quite enough art in this year? Our friends at Education Possible have developed this convenient calendar with links to 30 different art projects, so you can let your middle schooler’s creativity run wild these next few weeks. […]

FREE Teen Summer Reading Activity

FREE Teen Summer Reading Activity Are you looking for a way to encourage your kids to seek a wider variety of books to read this summer? Download a copy of BOOKO, physician a bingo themed reading activity from Education Possible. Each square contains a different summer reading activity for teens to complete. Some of the activities […]

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 […]

FREE American Pioneer Notebooking Unit for Middle School

Are you studying the early 1800s and American Pioneers in history this year? Is it on your schedule for next year? If this is what your kids are learning, then this FREE notebooking unit from our friends at Education Possible is something you’ll definitely want to grab. Don’t know much about notebooking? It’s a wonderful […]

Evaluating Primary Sources (free printable)

Evaluating Primary Sources (free printable) The middle school years are the perfect time to start looking at history closely using books that present alternating points-of-view and evaluating those sources with primary documents. Younger students are hearing all these fascinating stories for the first time, sildenafil but middle-grade students are ready to evaluate and discuss history. Tonia […]

Introducing the NEW Educents Marketplace

Have you heard the awesome news? I think this is going to make a real difference for those of us that are either looking to sell our products or parents looking to purchase homeschooling curriculum. I just received an email from the founders of Educents, Kate and Kaitlyn, with some really exciting news. Until today, […]

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 […]

Math Cheat Sheet

Math Cheat Sheet Struggle with Math? Samantha created a personalized Math Cheat Sheet! You can be a whiz at math – no matter if you like it or not.

Standard Deviants Accelerate {Review}

In today’s technology driven world, so much of what our kids do is on the computer, including their education. Plus, there are so many options and software packages to choose from! That’s why I’ve come to appreciate Standard Deviants Accelerate, which offers multiple online classes covering several grade levels, concentrating on middle and high school levels.

A is for American Colonies

Struggling to keep your children excited about American History? Join in the ABC’s of American History on Something 2 Offer. Each week you will get free resources for one letter of the alphabet. This series started January 6 and will continue through June. Check back each week as a new letter and topic is revealed. […]