She has 17 items that are up for possible wins. Wow!
Her generosity knows no bounds.
These products, ranging from toys to a planner to curriculum treats, are a huge blessing to any homeschool family. They encompass such areas as Reading, Math, History, and more! It’s an incredible selection to choose from!
Or, instead of choosing, you can just sign up to win everything.
Here’s a rundown of the goodies you have a chance to win: Read more…
Hi. Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo.
In honor of this important day in Mexican history, I thought I would put together a printables pack for you to share with your children.
But before I share the little ‘paquete’ with you, let me explain a little bit about Cinco de Mayo. Read more…
It’s a good time to cuddle up with your little honey bunnies and share some classic nursery rhymes by that talented lady.
Actually, that lady’s name should be “Anonymous” because the Mother Goose rhymes were written by a collection of unknown men and women over a period of many years. These simple verses were passed down from one generation to the next and came to be known by tradition as “Mother Goose Rhymes.”
In the Mother Goose books which we find today, we come to know characters like “Little Boy Blue” and “Little Bo Peep.” But I had to ask myself, “Are there other characters and rhymes that aren’t so commonly known?” I decided to go on a hunt to find out and was pleasantly surprised to find that there are quite a large number of rhymes that go back a century or more. I thought that some of these gems would be the perfect present to share with you today on Mother Goose Day. So here they are. Enjoy! Read more…
I think it is a great opportunity to do a fun storytelling activity with your family and/or friends.
Oral storytelling is both a good learning experience and a fun activity. It encourages creativity, use of the imagination, and quick thinking.
While telling an entire story alone can be a daunting task, relating a small part of a story can be a little less intimidating. The storytelling activity that I’m about to share with you requires the participants to do just that, take turns telling bits of a continuous story. Read more…
I don’t know about you, but I like to combine things whenever it is convenient as a time saver. Sometimes it can work out quite well to do two or more different subjects together with one lesson. With Earth Day and Poetry Month, you can easily kill two birds with one stone by sharing some poems about the Earth with your children.
Thankfully, there are some wonderful poems about the Earth and other aspects of God’s creation which are perfect for both Earth Day and Poetry Month.
Here are three classics that I found that you might enjoy using in your homeschool today. I’ve thrown in some discussion questions for you as a bonus. Read more…