Weekend Reading

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The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online: When Everyone is Falling Apart – Simple Homeschool Free Rhyme Time Pack – This Reading Mama How to Teach Homeschool Art – Harrington Harmonies The Almighty Bean Hut (Make a Bean Hut Project) – Hullabaloo Homestead When […]

Addition Games for Kids

Addition Bingo Game

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner. Addition facts need a lot of practice and reinforcement. I have found that playing games is the best way to reinforce those facts! Here are several addition games for kids that your young learners might enjoy: Number Line Addition and Subtraction – […]

Weekend Reading

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The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online: Here are some great links to check out this weekend: Get Ready for the Gold! Fun Ways to Enjoy the Sochi Winter Olympics with Your Family – HSC contributor Dianna of The Kennedy Adventures How to Draw […]

Free Resources for Teaching World Geography

free world geography resources

The following is a post from contributing writer Dianna Kennedy and may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this author. Trying to teach your children world geography? You’ll want to explore these free resources for world geography with your family. These websites, printables, games, books, and tools are helpful for students from […]

Weekend Reading

Weekend Reading

The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online Here are some great links to check out this weekend: How I Teach Fine Arts in a Large Family – HSC Contributor Jen of Forever, For Always, No Matter What Project-Based Learning – Our Journey Westward How […]

Printable Learning Activities for Preschoolers

Printable Learning Activities for Preschoolers

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner.   The internet is filled with printable learning activities for preschoolers.  Here are a few tried-and-true resources I use in my own home with my preschoolers: Cut & Paste Patterns – Free Homeschool Deals 4-page set of cut & paste patterns with […]

Weekend Reading

snow plant

The following is a post by Homeschool Classroom founder Angie, also of Many Little Blessings. We spent much of our week stuck in our house with the “Snowpocalypse” and polar vortex that hit much of the Midwest and other places throughout the U.S.  One thing that I loved that my nine year old decided to […]

A Christmas Break and Some Pinterest Goodies

Awesome Pinterest boards for homeschoolers

My family and I have been enjoying some quiet time this Christmas season, and it has carried over here to the site as well.  I hope that this time has been wonderful for you as well! Our next new post will be up in about a week, and then we’ll also get back to the […]

Duct Tape Crafts for Kids

Duct Tape Crafts for Kids

The following is a post by contributing writer Jamie. In this house 13-year-old Kathryn is the resident duct tape expert, so we have a running list of projects she’s either already made or is planning to make. For this list, I managed to find a few she hadn’t seen before, which is really saying something! […]

Playdough Recipes and Mats

The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner.   Playdough is always a favorite for the preschool crowd.  Here are some favorite links to several playdough recipes and practice mats for your littles to enjoy! Playdough Recipes The Best Homemade Playdough Recipe – Domestic Superhero  This blogger named her playdough […]

Free Resources for Teaching US Geography to Elementary Students

us geography resources homeschool

The following is a post from contributing author Dianna Kennedy. This article contains affiliate links – thank you for your support. Looking for help teaching US geography in your homeschool? You’ll want to bookmark this list of free resources to help you and your students learn more about our country. States Master Arranged by geographical […]