Homeschooling isn’t always easy. Even on your most impatient day, your beautiful little creations will gaze up into your flame-ridden eyes, and all of the doubt you have will dissolve. There will always be days where nothing you can muster will work. This is also the case in regular school.
Want to know how to make a gratitude turkey? So did we, and now it’s a tradition. Every year starting November first, we kick off the Thanksgiving season with a Gratitude turkey. We have done this tradition since Lucas was two. we discuss all that […]
Do-A-Dot markers are so much fun. My kids love any activity using them and I love that they get to be creative without the mess.
This gravity lesson plan is a wonderful, interactive lesson that gets kids thinking about how science applies to daily life. For this lesson you will need:
Minecraft is so much more than a video game, it can also be used as an educational tool. Tying in something kids love to an educational lesson can help kids really enjoy learning and really solidify those connections to the educational aspect of life.
Looking for free teaching materials from companies and organizations? This is a huge search several times a year in my super large homeschooling group. These ladies helped me pull together a pretty amazing list of resources that you can grab for free!
It’s hard not to think about. It seems like every time I check my news feed there is another shooting. Shootingtracker has the count at 353, which sounds pretty scary considering that amounts to nearly one shooting per day.
This DIY Pumpkin slime tutorial is one of the easiest hands on activities I’ve done with my kids. The best part – this is a no borax slime recipe! My kids have very sensitive skin so the borax is a no go for us.