Learning about Egypt has been an adventure for our entire family! We’ve shared fun facts about Egypt, ways to learn about Egypt, and now: photos of Egypt. Unsplash is a great resource to find free stock photos of pretty much anything. We use them for homeschooling all the time because they’re high quality… and they’re … Read more
Ah, the 4th of July. It’s a holiday only celebrated in the good ol’ United States of America, but it’s a big one! Fireworks, barbecue, and parades… oh my! This 4th of July workbook is great for elementary aged kiddos – whether they’re at school, or on summer break, or homeschooled. Free Printable 4th of … Read more
Is there anything cooler looking than a volcanic eruption? All of that glowing, hot, liquid magma flowing down. Very cool. Scary, but amazing. We have all made baking soda volcanoes at some point, am I right? Well, I think you should give our Kool Aid Vinegar Volcano recipe a try and see how cool these volcanic eruptions can be!
Most of us moms can probably list our favorite books from childhood and relay the characters, story-line, and emotions with vivid ease. With wonderful memories and imaginative stories, these iconic books for children are so important for us to share with our kids, for a variety of reasons. As the internet and media continue to … Read more
Choosing to homeschool your child is a huge decision. There are a variety of reasons for you to be doing so—religion, lack of quality education in your area, a school’s inability to address your child’s special learning needs, and many more. Taking on the education of your children, however, is a huge responsibility. One of … Read more
Whether you’re a military family that moves frequently, have a child with health problems, or you simply want the opportunity to spend more time with your kids, learning at home is a fantastic option for many families. Home education is constantly growing and changing, and there are many different ways you can teach children school … Read more