Montessori-Inspired “Sorting by Size with Matryoshkas” (Free Printables)

Take a look at what Tanya from The Natural Homeschool created for her little ones as they studied about Russia and a little bit about the Russian culture. In this lesson, online they learned how to sort by size using Matryoshkas. Some people know they better as Russian Nesting Dolls. Take a look at these adorable printables. Tanya […]

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, […]

Free Printable Resurrection Day Learning Pack

Looking for something to enhance your Easter studies? This 30-page educational printable pack by Paradise Praises includes: Coloring pages Phonics, pill language and beginning reading activities Basic addition activities Crossword Puzzle and Word Searches Handwriting page and more! Suitable for ages 3 to 10. Download Free over at Paradise Praises.  

Teaching Life Skills to Kids {free printable}

In the busy life of homeschooling it’s easy to forget basic skills that every person needs. We’re so busy teaching history, science, math, and grammar that it’s easy for other things to go unnoticed. But there are plenty of skills that kids need that they might not learn in their math book or grammar text. […]

50+ Ways Your Child Can Learn Without a Curriculum!

Wendy has been homeschooling for 9+years. While her family have used many different curricula in their home, store they have also learned that children learn a lot through exploration and play WITHOUT a curriculum. Head on over to WendyWoerner.com and subscribe to gain access to this fabulous list of 50+ Ways Your Child Can Learn […]

10 Winter Activities for Kids

Sometimes it’s tough to get the kids outside on those cold, winter days. It’s so much easier to stay inside where it’s nice and warm. But that time out in the fresh air is important (especially for mama’s sanity!) so Tonia from The Sunny Patch has a great list of ideas to get kids outside and enjoying the […]

Well Planned Holidays

Hot off the press from the creative team at Home Educating Family! The amazing Well Planned Holiday ebook is available for you to download for free! It is full of helpful tools and encouraging articles to get you from Thanksgiving all the way through the New Year. For a limited time only, buy cialis this […]

FREE Preschool Mayflower Printable Set

Are you setting up your Thanksgiving lesson plans? Jill over at Blessed Beyond a Doubt has a download for you on the MayFlower. You can download this FREE Preschool Mayflower Printable Set at Blessed Beyond a Doubt. Inside you’ll find letter and number recognition pages, illness puzzles, poetry and more! This post may contain affiliate links.

End Blank Page Terror Forever: 24 Pre-Writing Tools & Guidebook to Organize Content, Take Notes with Ease & Make Your Kids Confident Writers

End Blank Page Terror with this FREE ebook. It has 24 beautiful printable pre-writing tools plus directions for using them in writing lessons.   These tools, or graphic organizers, along with the guide on how to use each will show you and your kids how to: •Break up the start of a writing project into […]

FREE Dinosaur Printable Pack for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Do you have little one who love dinosaurs? Don’t miss this sweet dinosaur printable pack for toddlers and preschoolers from Dianna at The Kennedy Adventures! You’ll find over 30 pages of matching games, puzzles, pre-writing practice, scissor skills, do a dot/magnet pages and more! While you’re there, check out how much fun her children had […]

BFAIR Unit Studies

Does your family use Five in a Row? Pam from Everyday Snapshots has a free printable to help you plan and organize your Five in a Row Unit Studies.  If you’s like more help to see if FIAR would be a good fit for your family read more about how Pam uses FIAR unit studies […]

Planning for High School

Do you have any soon-to-be high schoolers in your home? High school can be a stressful transition for homeschooling families. There are many things to consider, illness requirements to meet and records to keep. Jolanthe at Homeschool Creations has created a high school planning sheet to help you get prepared.  

Guesstimations

We’ve all seen those games where you try to guess how many jelly beans are in a jar. When it’s too hard to count ‘em up and too much time to calculate, it’s time to guesstimate the answer. I use this technique all the time to “ball park” my answer so I know if I’ve […]

FREE Printable: The Secret Garden – Make Your Own Terrarium

World for Learning shares with us a fun, hands-on activity for The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett – make your own terrarium! You’ll learn how an ecosystem works and be able to download their FREE printable that includes a supplies list and step-by-step instructions (with pictures) to create your very own terrarium. With a […]

FREE Printable: How to Start a Book Club for Kids

Starting a Book Club for Kids doesn’t have to be scary … in fact it can be a LOT of fun, given the right “formula”! Download your FREE checklist today and find out how you too can have a successful Book Club for Kids.