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5 Great Things You Can Take Away from a Homeschool Convention

There are at least 100 things I love about spring:  Warmer weather.  Longer days.  Greener grass.  Flowers.  And the startup of the homeschool convention season! Whether you’re talking about a small local event or a giant regional one, I love homeschool conventions!   I love the workshops and the sharing of ideas, and I love wandering […]

Rainforest Journey: How a Trip Inspired an E-learning Program for Children

What if you and your children could visit the beautiful rainforests of Peru as your science curriculum? Would you like to take the opportunity to explore the amazing land animals and birds? To see the lush vegetation and experience the other sites and sounds that are waiting there? The good news is that you can! […]

Hip Homeschool Hop 3/22/16 – 3/26/16

Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop! Thank you for linking up with us on our Hip Homeschool Hop! We’re glad to have you. And if you’re here to take a look around and find some fun topics, good information, ideas, or support, we’re glad to have you too! But first we hope you’ll take a […]

Learning Geography Through Play

While I like to dot my “i’s” and cross my “t’s”, my children like things to be more fun than that. When I was their age I did not enjoy geography. I did not see the point, and I did not care. As I have gotten older my views have changed, and I don’t want […]

Free Spring Printables and Easter Printables

This week we are sharing freebies related to spring and Easter! If you’re interested in other free printables on other topics, you can look for them here. As you get ready to celebrate the arrival of spring and Easter, we hope you enjoy these printables!   Printable Easter Story Trivia Game It’s crucial for our […]

Free History Printables

This week we are sharing freebies related to history! If you don’t need history freebies right now, click here to find freebies related to other topics! We may also have some non-theme-related freebies at the bottom of each week’s Freebie Friday post, so be sure to scroll all the way down to look for them. History […]

Tyndale’s Play Along Bible Review and Giveaway

Sometimes it’s hard to find a Bible that very young children enjoy. Their attention spans can be short, and let’s face it, they’d often rather be running and playing than sitting and reading! That’s why we’re so excited to share Tyndale’s Play Along Bible with you!   My sister was one of the moms who […]

When Life Interrupts Your Homeschool

In a perfect world – in a perfect home with routine being so ingrained that the day never changes and with children so perfect they operate like error-less robots– homeschool will of course go smoothly from day to day without any hiccups. Class will be finished in an orderly fashion. At the end of the […]

Hip Homeschool Hop 3/15/16 – 3/19/16

Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop! Thank you for linking up with us on our Hip Homeschool Hop! We’re glad to have you. And if you’re here to take a look around and find some fun topics, good information, ideas, or support, we’re glad to have you too! But first we hope you’ll take a […]

A Brief History of Boats and Ships {Free Printables}

History is such a vast subject. Anything that happened, including yesterday, is history. So, pretty much anything can fall under that umbrella. I wanted to come up with a fun history lesson for my children with a hands-on craft and homemade printables (free for you in this post). We have also studied several ancient civilizations […]

Free Bible Printables

This week we are sharing freebies related to Bible! And if you don’t need Bible freebies right now, click here to find freebies related to other topics! We may also have some non-theme-related freebies at the bottom of each week’s Freebie Friday post, so be sure to scroll all the way down to look for […]

10+ Easter Ideas and Activities

Don’t you love seeing creative ideas on how to celebrate different Holidays? We thought so because we love it too! So, we have gathered 10+ Easter Ideas and Activities from some of our blogging friends. We hope you enjoy them too!!   10 Fun Ways to Recycle Plastic Easter Eggs   Fizzing Rainbow Easter Eggs!! […]

Gluten Free Saucepan Brownies

One of the things I worried most about when I started eating gluten free was how to satisfy my sweet tooth and stay gluten free! I try not to eat sweets too often because even gluten free sweets are unhealthy, but we all know that we’re going to indulge now and then. If eating gluten […]

Hip Homeschool Hop 3/8/16 – 3/12/16

Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop! Thank you for linking up with us on our Hip Homeschool Hop! We’re glad to have you. And if you’re here to take a look around and find some fun topics, good information, ideas, or support, we’re glad to have you too! But first we hope you’ll take a […]

Remembering Harper Lee: 5 Lessons from Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird

Last month, on February 19, the world mourned the loss of literary legend, Harper Lee. In 1960, Lee became instantly famous for her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird: a tale about friendship, racism, justice, and growing up in a sleepy Alabama town in the 1930s.  A native of Monroeville, AL, Harper Lee was […]

Free Printables for Math

This week we are sharing freebies related to math! And if you don’t need math freebies right now, click here to find freebies related to other topics! We may also have some non-theme-related freebies at the bottom of each week’s Freebie Friday post, so be sure to scroll all the way down to look for […]

The Benefits of the New LetterSchool Cursive Writing App Go Beyond Writing!

LetterSchool makes handwriting cool! What is LetterSchool? It’s a new game/app that teaches children to write in cursive in a fun and effective way. Why should you use the LetterSchool app to teach your children to write in cursive? It’s fun to learn to write in cursive using LetterSchool! Children learn so much through playing, […]

Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin

This Pork Tenderloin is a simple and zesty dish to serve up for your family. Tender potatoes cook under the pork and it goes great with a salad on the side. Make it this week!