The best homeschool science curriculum for elementary, middle school and high school home educated students and my top picks to use in your homeschool classroom. The needs of homeschool parents and students vary widely and there simply is not a single “best” scienceRead More
Here we are ending the month of August already. This summer was a bit of a dude for us weather-wise. The summer began with the sun shining brightly and then just sort of fizzled out! We had a super wet and rainy summer, which really puts a damper on pool days. We ended the summer in Florida with amazing sunny weather for two solid weeks!
except gym.Read More
You know that bees make honey, right? Do you know why bees make honey? It is their food during the winter months! When the flowers are available, bees eat the nectar and the pollen; but during the winter, they eat the honey.
The Best Reading Books for your Kids for the Summer. Kids are off for long summer months, but they still need to read. I have selected some of the best books to read over the summer, either themselves or read to them.Read More
Our next Camp Science experiment was Garden in a Glove. We are currently waiting for warmer weather to transplant all our seedling in the ground. I seriously had to turn my heat on last night as we dipped to 40 degrees! We are days away from May 1st and I am sitting her bundled up in myRead More
The Butterfly Nursery is such a delightful kit your children won't even realize they are learning. The kit enables your family watch the lifecycle of a butterfly. Literally, miracles happen before your eyes. The live butterfly kits come with caterpillars so you and your children can see theamazing transformation!Read More
We have been schooling for 12 weeks now and I can say we have hit a good groove . . . I think . . . but I probably shouldn't even say that or I might jinx the good thing we have going . . . My 5th grader hit her stride right away and settled right in with her curriculum as there were barely any
The 10 Best Children’s Books of all time. Obviously, this is subjective and I am certainly biased. But here is my list of Children’s Books to read to your children and then save forever.Read More
Whether you have made the decision to homeschool or are still considering the final decision to actually homeschool or home educate your children, one of the most major decisions is which curriculum will be used. The choices can be a bit overwhelming and I have highlighted what IRead More
It is hard to believe that I am in our sixth year of home educating my children. From the beginning our our journey to educate at home, my children have shown a keen interest in Science. Which baffled me in the beginning because when I was in elementary school and in high school I literally despisedRead More
I know how difficult it can be to locate the best family friendly movies and DVDs for our children and families. I also know how important it is to select the best home educating curriculum for my children. I love when I can get family friendly movies that I can also use as supplement to our home learning.Read More
Whether you have made the decision to homeschool or are still considering the final decision to actually homeschool or home educate your children, one of the most major decisions is which curriculum will be used.Read More
What is new in your homeschool curriculum? Do you still homeschool in the summer months?Read More
20 Best Children’s Chapter Books of All-Time. I have compiled a list of some of our absolute favorites of all time. These titles have been read in my house numerous times.Read More
Learn about Earthworms. Earthworms have been around for a very long time. An earthworm does not have a skeleton. I Did you know that a worm has five hearts?Read More
National Reading Day is a day to celebrate literacy. We are joining all school aged children today who will be involved in National Reading Day activities. National Reading Day is the perfect time to get young readers excited about enhancing their reading skills and turn your children in to lifelong readers.Read More
Jotham's Journey : A Storybook for Advent.Read More
A poem can be the beginning of many other ways to express yourself. A poem could become a song, a dance, or even a play. A POEM is writing that is imaginative and condensed by using words chosenRead More
Our course load will be a heavy one this year, but an exciting one. We are not using any new curriculum, so my children (and me) will not have to get used to any new writing styles or curriculum. I LOVE (LOVE LOVE AND ADORE) all the curriculum this year and actually can't wait to get into it all.Read More
What's new in your school room? I'll let you know what's new in our school room this year.
Well, we are down to two since my son abandoned us. Just joking! We are down to just two kiddos though. I have the girls and myself.Read More