5th Grade Book List

Sometimes planning what your kids will read is one of the harder parts of homeschooling. That’s why I love this resource list of 5th Grade Literature Books from Trisha at Intoxicated on Life. she offers great suggestions for your student. Hop over and check them out!

Choosing Curriculum for Active Learners

Choosing curriculum for active learners can be a challenge. If you’ve got a wiggly worm, Ticia from Adventures in Mommydom, has a great selection of curriculum for active learners. Hop over and check it out.

The Ultimate List of Homeschool Blogs

When I was younger people used to tell me that I was creative. I always argued with them about that claiming that I was just really good at finding great ideas. I still really think this. There is some truth to the idea that there is nothing new under the sun. Why reinvent the wheel when […]

Memory Tools: the Ultimate List of Ultimate Lists

This is the classical educators ultimate resource list for memory tools and I have to tell you that it thrills my very soul. Where else can you find such amazing lists of resources for memory work in your homeschool? I know you will be blessed by these lists. Be sure and pin them, cialis so […]

Choosing Curriculum: Classical Family Approach

Are you a classical family looking for a curriculum that will fit the needs of everyone in your family? If so, dosage you will want to read this great post by Jen. She explains her reasoning for Choosing Curriculum: Tapestry of Grace. She also shares some resources to get you started using this beautifully made curriculum.

Curriculum Choices: 4th grade and 2nd grade

Trying to homeschool five children ages 10 and under can be a challenge! Add to that a husband in college full time, abortion and a stay at home working mom, stuff it makes it even more challenging. Picking out curriculum that will fit this busy season of life is a difficult decision and one this […]

How I Teach Series… (to multiple ages with special needs)

  Do you ever find yourself wondering how other parents teach? Hopefully by now, you’ve figured out that one size doesn’t fit all, but it’s still wonderful to gain insight and ideas from other moms, right? Like say, Sharla, homeschool mom of 7. I love Sharla’s real-life photos, ideas, and best of all, her heart. […]

Curriculum Choices: 2nd grade, tot school, baby

I know you are pondering all the wonderful resources that are available for your homeschool year next year. How about some suggestions? From 2nd grade down to an infant… This post shares The Pelsers’ curriculum choices for this, their 4th, year of homeschooling. Her ideas are fantastic. Take a peak…

Homeschool Curriculum 1st grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade

6 Charlotte Mason Resource Lists

Are you a Charlotte Mason homeschooler? You will love these excellent resource lists by veteran homeschool mom, no rx Dollie Freeman. Her blog is full of helpful information to help you organize your Charlotte Mason homeschool. 10 Artists Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids To Know 10 Inventors Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to […]

First Grade Curriculum {Classical}

It’s always fun to see what other homeschoolers are using to teach their children. It’s a great way to organize and plan your year. Plus, you might find resources that you weren’t even aware of! Check out this First Grade Curriculum list. It’s classical by design. You’ll love it.   Looking for great Homeschool Deals?

How to Make Worksheets Hands-On and Fun

It’s back to school time (if you haven’t been schooling all summer)! No doubt about it, many of us have bought some workbooks, full of blank worksheets ready to be filled out. I can just smell that new workbook smell right now, can’t you? 🙂 While I use worksheets in our schooling, I’m not a big fan of them. I […]

Making Words the Dr. Seuss Way

It’s the end of February and that means one thing: Dr. Seuss’ birthday will be here before you know it! {March 2}.  Dr. Seuss is most definitely the master of silly rhyming words.  One of my favorite books by him is There’s a Wocket in My Pocket!.  It’s filled with silly rhymes, sure to get […]