It can be hard to get the basic subjects done each day in our homeschools! I've been homeschooling for 19 years, and I think every single year I feel like I've left out … [Read more...] about An Easy Way to Include Art in Your Homeschool
One of my favorite homeschool studies we have done was a Seabird unit study using the book Seabird by Holling Clancy Holling. For our Seabird unit study we used this FREE … [Read more...] about Seabird Unit Study
This week we have a great collection of ideas, resources, and printables about winter to share with you! For those of us in the South, winter is just getting underway, but for … [Read more...] about Ideas, Resources, and Activities About Winter
Do you know where the Poinsettia comes from? Have you heard the story of its legend? Tomie dePaola tells it beautifully in his book :The Legend of the Poinsettia. You … [Read more...] about Legend of the Poinsettia Art Activity
NOTE: Here's a free Thanksgiving math game we published last year. I thought we'd publish it again for those who might have missed it! Also, be sure to look at our list of … [Read more...] about Free Printable Thanksgiving Math Game
I know that many moms are doing apple units for the beginning of the year. Here is a great landscape art project you can incorporate into any apple unit or just do it as a … [Read more...] about September Apple Tree Art Project Tutorial
Should you teaching cursive writing to your child? Years ago this wasn’t a question at all. Cursive was taught in our schools and homeschools without question. In fact, most … [Read more...] about Is Teaching Cursive Writing Important?
Do you want to include more art in your homeschool? If so, keep reading to find lots of ideas and inspiration! Not only will you become a better art teacher, but you'll also … [Read more...] about How to Homeschool Art
What a fun craft for kids to make and give as a gift for Mother's Day or for any day, right?! Anyone who receives this "I love you because" frame would love it! Write a … [Read more...] about “I love you because” List and Craft Tutorial
What's round, blue, green, and the only one of its kind? Yup, that'll be our earth. And since it's the only one we have, it makes sense to look after it. Which is why April … [Read more...] about Earth Day Crafts, Fun, and Activities
When it comes to my pre-reading kids and planning homeschool curriculum, I never put geography and church history on my radar as subjects to worry about. At all. My focus: … [Read more...] about Tapestry of Grace Primer Review
Do you struggle with finding the right history curriculum for your homeschool? Looking for pre-made lesson plans that are flexible, literature-based, yet incorporate hands-on … [Read more...] about Do You Struggle with Finding the Right History Curriculum for Your Homeschool?