Being Compliant to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

We’re Updating Our Privacy Policy By now I am sure you are sick of all the emails from every site you have ever visited! However, since The Homeschool Village is one of those sites (YAY and thank you for your continued support), we are writing to let you know that we have completed a review […]

Pete the Cat Thanksgiving Activity

Pete the Cat Thanksgiving Activity Pete the Cat books are awesome. Here is a great Thanksgiving activity that goes with the book. Click here to check out this freebie now!

Help When Needed

Help When Needed If you have ever been a home owner then you will understand when I say that buying your own home is one of the most gratifying feelings in the world. Not simply because you know that you are financially stable enough as an adult to purchase a house, a place with four […]

Freedom Mentor Review

Freedom Mentor Review Are you familiar with the real estate market? I’m not personally, at least in any detail, as I have never been a homeowner. I have friends that make a living buying or selling homes and I admit, I was curious how they could support themselves when it seems like so many homes […]

Contributor Team Application

The HomeSchool Village is looking to put together a new team of contributors for 2015. If you write about homeschooling, dosage organization, order crafts/DIY projects or are skilled in pulling together round ups then you should consider joining our team. Details: We are looking for (1) one post commitment per month for 6 months – […]

HSV Author Bios

The Homeschool Village was started as and continues today to be a community. With the recent changes in ownership, viagra 60mg structuring of submissions and changes in staff members; it has come to our attention that some of the author bio and links have been removed from a large number of posts. Please understand that […]

Unit Study Without A Lot of Planning

  Do you think that you have to spend hours putting a unit study together for your family?  NextGen Homeschool has a great post about planning a unit study on the fly: great for last minute trips and taking rabbit trails.

10 Craft and School Supply Organization Tips

  There are so many things around a homeschool home that needs to be organized. Motherhood on a Dime has gathered some great tips on organizing craft and school supplies using things that you can find around your home: hangers, pills plastic bags, drink carriers, wipe boxes, spice racks and more!

Busy Bag Organization

We have shared some tips on hosting a busy bag swap to get supplies and assemble bags for your little ones. We have even share some ideas for what to put in your busy bags.  Today we have a great post from Free Homeschool Deals that is all about how to use those busy bags that […]

Rejoicing Daily: Encouragement for Homeschool Moms

As a homeschool mom it can be difficult finding and organizing some quiet time or time of refreshment for yourself.  No matter how hard it is, it’s important that we find time to rest and recharge. Podcasts are a great way to do that. You can listen while you clean or fold laundry or while […]

How To Choose Curriculum Link Up

The number one thing I hear from homeschooling parents is how difficult it is to choose a curriculum that works for their family. Let’s cast out that fear in our hearts, roll up our sleeves and pick something good for next year. Here are some resources to help you get started:

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!

The New Homeschool Village…a Resource You are Sure to LOVE!

Every new year is met with changes and excitement and here at The Homeschool Village, there is no exception! We have been working hard behind to scenes making some changes that we hope you will LOVE! What’s in store? I’m glad you asked. After much prayer and hard work, The Homeschool Village is making HUGE […]

Ultimate Homeschool Link-Up #31

Here are some really creative ideas from last week: Make Your Own Dot Dabbers from Teach Through Play How to Make a Dry Erase Board in Minutes from Education Possible Hole Punch Art from EduArt 4 Kids   What is eligible? Anything applicable to homeschooling: daily life, pilule stories, how-to posts, encouragement, curriculum reviews, giveaways…basically […]

Ultimate Homeschool Link-Up #28

Tops picks from last week: This “Save the Kids” game looks like a lot of fun! I love the artwork in this review for Thrive Art Online Classes This fishing for numbers game looks perfect for preschoolers and young kindergartners   What is eligible? Anything applicable to homeschooling: daily life, and stories, drugs how-to posts, […]