5 Simplistic Ways to Love Nature Study in Winter

5 Simplistic Ways to Love Nature Study in Winter

It may be tempting to sit in a cozy chair with a mug of hot cocoa during the cold winter months but there is still plenty of nature to explore. Put on your boots and scarf and head outside with the kids for winter nature study. There is so much beauty to see and lovely … Read More

How to Host a Blessing Bag Collection Event

How to Host a Blessing Bag Collection Event

How to Host a Blessing Bag Collection Event Every year our small homeschool group collectively makes 75-250 blessing bags. By coming together and collecting items that our local homeless community needs we make an impact. We have families each year participate that have never assembled blessing bags before; the act of filling blessing bags influences … Read More

How to Create More Hands-On Experiences in your Homeschool

How to Create More Hands-On Experiences in your Homeschool

How to Create More Hands-On Experiences in your Homeschool If you are new to homeschooling or even if you have been homeschooling for a while, you may be missing hands-on opportunities in your homeschool. It is common for homeschoolers to get caught up in the curriculum and checking off the boxes each day. But what … Read More

Fall Family Bucket List

Fall Family Bucket List

Fall Family Bucket List Fall is the perfect time of year to enjoy family through food and fun activities. Use our bucket list to ensure you cover all the traditional fall fun, and add some new traditions too! Make Apple Crisp Visit a Pumpkin Patch Explore a Corn Maze Do a Fall Themed Scavenger Hunt … Read More

Creative Ways to Tackle Chores for Homeschool Families

Creative Ways to Tackle Chores for Homeschool Families

Creative Ways to Tackle Chores for Homeschool Families Household chores are one of those things that no one really wants to do, but they are necessary. Without them, the home would quickly become unlivable. Depending on the size of your family, doing chores around the home can be extremely time-consuming, making it difficult or even … Read More

Summer Picnic Books and Activities for Preschoolers

Summer Picnic Books and Activities for Preschoolers

Summer Picnic Books & Activities for Preschoolers Your preschooler will love our summer picnic themed June activity packet. Learn outdoors and in with hands-on activities, crafts, and engaging children’s literature all about summer picnic fun! In this pack, you’ll find crafts and activities to encourage your child to learn and explore while gently introducing early … Read More

Homeschool Multi Age Unit Studies

Homeschool Unit Studies for Multiple Ages

Homeschool Unit Studies for Multiple Ages If you are homeschooling more than one child, then you know that it can be a challenge at times. When we have multiple students in a family it is common we have multi-aged homeschool. You may be teaching a middle schooler, an elementary aged student, and a preschooler or … Read More

Washing Toys Water Play Activity for Preschoolers

Washing Toys Water Play Activity for Preschoolers

Washing Toys Water Play Activity for Preschoolers Homeschooling multiple children takes time, and with toddlers or preschoolers underfoot we need solid activities that maximize our time to teach. I love ideas and activities that allow me time to assist my older children and that I can feel good about what my younger children are learning … Read More

Curriculum is a Tool For Your Homeschool

Curriculum is a Tool For Your Homeschool

Curriculum is a Tool For Your Homeschool I think that a lot of homeschoolers are guilty of agonizing way too much over curriculum options! It’s so overwhelming to see all the vast array of choices and styles out there, and it’s so easy to start thinking that if we just choose the right one everything … Read More

How to Make the Grocery Store an Educational Experience

How to Make the Grocery Store an Educational Experience

How to Make the Grocery Store an Educational Experience From toddlerhood to the teenage years, a trip to the grocery store could be so much more than the mundane act of restocking on essentials. Make it an educational event, with some fun of course, using these ideas: Before you go… Write a list. For your … Read More