I talk to so many moms who are interested in homeschooling but who are worried that they won't be able to teach their children to read. In fact, many moms who are already … [Read more...] about Your Child Can Learn to Read in Just 4 Weeks!
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
Starting a book club is one of the best things I have ever done as a homeschool mom. We've traveled to far off lands, cooked illegal soup, dissected owl pellets, searched for … [Read more...] about Why You Should Start a Book Club for Your Homeschooler
Most homeschooling families take some time off from studying for the holidays, but that doesn’t mean we stop reading! In winter, there’s nothing as relaxing as curling up with … [Read more...] about 10 Holiday Reads for Kids of All Ages
With the frenzy of Christmas fast approaching, many of us homeschool moms feel the pressure of PERFECTION. Not only do we feel the urgency of preparing our homes for holiday … [Read more...] about A Christmas Journal: 25 Days of Creative Writing for the Christmas Season
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 love writing. I mean, I love it in a nerdy, weirdly passionate sort of way that makes me very sensitive to statements such as, “I hate writing,” and, “Writing is boring.” … [Read more...] about 4 Surefire Ways to Make Your Kids Hate Writing
Teaching ABCs and reading can be such a fun and rewarding experience for you and your children! The resources below will help you teach your children letter recognition, … [Read more...] about 75+ Ideas, Resources, and Printables for Teaching ABCs and Reading
This week we’re featuring printables and activities related to book reports. You'll find book reports for all ages and grades. Some can be used for fictional books, some for … [Read more...] about Printables and Resources for Book Reports
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?
I’ve had the blessing of being part of (and sometimes running) different sized co-ops for over 20 years. If you ask my now grown children, they will tell you that the things … [Read more...] about Share the Fun – Start a Co-op
A few weeks ago, I purchased a silicone letter mold for my kids. The molds make letter shapes and can be used for ice, cookies, food, clay, and anything else you can think to … [Read more...] about Icy Fun: Frozen Words Language Arts Activity