Activities for Your Homeschool Morning Time

Activities for Your Homeschool Morning Time

Morning Time a.k.a. Circle Time, Morning Routine, Morning Meeting, Morning Basket, or Morning Madness (You know it’s like that some days) is a good way to get your homeschool day started. It’s a way of transitioning from “get ready time” to “school time” and can help your kids get into learning mode.

Morning Time is also an opportune time to put God first in your homeschool because you can pray, thank God, do some religious readings, or all of the above.

You can also use Morning Time to get your kids into a good mood with something fun like jokes or comic strips. Being in a positive mood facilitates learning which makes your job of teaching them

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10 Ways to Make Literature Fun for Your Kids

10 Ways to Make Literature Fun for Your Kids

Are your kids are bored during reading time?

If your kids are yawning in the pages of their books, you might want to try some activities that will make literature fun for them.

Below is a list of fun activities that you might try implementing in your homeschool. Some are very quick and easy to do while others will take a bit of preparation. I think you’ll find that doing activities

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Homeschool Story Time: Week 46

Homeschool Story Time Week 46

Merry Christmas and welcome to Homeschool Story Time: Week 46.

This will be the last story of the year since next Friday is Christmas.

This week’s story is about growing up. A boy named John realizes that his tastes for certain things have changed with age.

Read on to find out more.

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A Free Printable Christmas Box to Decorate Your Shelf

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Some people have an elf on the shelf this time of year, but how about a box on the shelf, specifically a nativity Christmas box?

I have one for you today and it is free for you to print. It has six different images taken from a beautiful work of art by William-Adolphe Bouguereau entitled Song of the Angels.

This box is easy to make. Just print, cut, fold, and glue. You can seal the top or leave it open so that you can put goodies inside.

I think your kids will like it!

This box is free for personal use. Print off copies for your family,

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Print This Free Nativity Christmas Ornament

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I have a free printable 3D Christmas ornament for you today.

Your kids can put it together this holiday season and hang it on your Christmas tree.

It’s easy to make. All you need are scissors, glue, yarn, and card stock (paper will work too but it won’t be as strong).

This ornament is free for all non-commercial use so you can print it for your church, homeschool group, classroom, or other organization too.

In fact, you may want to share the link to this page with friends

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Get Free Printable Nativity Christmas Cards

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Have you sent your Christmas cards yet?

If you’d like some free printable cards that you can personalize with your own message, I have some for you today. They come in two different styles and sizes.

The large size is 5″ x 7.5″ and will fit in these large envelopes on Amazon. The smaller cards are 3.75″ x 5″ and will fit in these invitation envelopes. {aff}

You can print them on paper or card stock and give them to your friends or family. They are completely free for personal use.

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Free Printable Nativity Christmas Tags

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Are you ready for Christmas?

If you still have presents to wrap and label, I have some free printable Nativity Christmas Tags for you!

They’re created from one of my favorite works of art portraying the nativity, Song of the Angels by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.

I hope you enjoy them!

You can print them on paper or card stock and then tape them to your presents. Easy peasy!

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Homeschool Story Time: Week 45

Homeschool Story Time Week 45

Hello. It’s time for Homeschool Story Time: Week 45.

We are almost finished with this series.

This week’s story is about love.

Little Freddy wants to know who loves him and why.

His mother’s response is priceless.

Keep reading to see what she says.

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5 Superhero Writing Prompts

5 Superhero Writing Prompts

Do your kids have favorite superheroes?

If they do, they might enjoy the five goodies that I have for you today.

They’re writing prompts that will get your kids thinking like or about a superhero.

I think they’ll enjoy them!

By the way, a superhero story is a great tool for practicing onomatopoeia. It’s the perfect platform for using sound words like “Crash,” “Splash,” and

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Homeschool Story Time: Week 44

Homeschool Story Time Week 44

Welcome to Homeschool Story Time: Week 44.

In this week’s story, an English farmer loses his sheep in a winter storm one early December.

He, his men, and his dog go out in the bitter cold to look for them.

Will he be able to find them before they freeze?

Read on to find out what happens.

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