Resources for Children’s Dental Health Month: Books, Crafts, Printables and More!

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The following post is from Dianna of The Kennedy Adventures. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting our authors! February marks Children’s Dental Health Month – what better time to teach your little ones the importance of taking care of their teeth? I’m sharing some of the best books, crafts, and resources that […]

5 Ways to be a Healthier Family this Year

5 Ways to Be a Healthier Family This Year

The following post is from Jen from Forever, For Always, No Matter What: January is always a great time to rethink or renew some goals. Almost everyone would like to drop a few pounds, and talk to just about any mom and she will tell you she has a desire for her family to get […]

Summer Safety for Kids

Summer Safety for Kids

The following post is from contributing writer Jen @ Forever, For Always, No Matter What Summer has arrived in the United States, generally that means more time spent outside playing and going on family excursions and vacations. It’s a good time to take a moment and do a bit of summer safety review.  Although it’s […]

5 Sites to Help You Start a Garden with Your Kids

5 Sites to Help You Start a Garden with Your Kids

The following is a post from contributing writer Tiffany Manley. I’m not much of a gardener. There. I said it. I’ve always been mystified by gardening though. How some people can drop little seeds into the ground and out comes food amazes me. This hasn’t prevented me from deciding to try my hand at it with […]

Healthy Homeschool Snacks

Healthy Homeschool Snacks

The following is a post from contributing writer Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. Since I’ve changed my eating habits, our whole family’s eating has improved, to an extent. I’m still taking steps to get my kids eating healthier, though. If your kids are anything like mine, they like to graze all day. There are […]

Simple Ways To Get Moving With Your Kids

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The following is a post from contributing writer Mary Prather.   Does exercise (aka gym class or physical education) ever seem to come in last in your homeschool? At varying points in our homeschool experience, it has (I am sad to say). I’ve discovered that it’s not so much about giving them a physical education, […]

5 Ways Adopting a Dog Can Benefit Your Homeschool

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The following is a post by contributing writer Michelle of Raising Cajuns. When our family dog passed away this past spring, I didn’t think I’d be ready for a new dog for a very long time.  But as summer came along and we took a break from lessons, we started to think more about what […]

Apple Experiment: Do Organic Apples Taste Better?

Apple Taste Test Experiment

Which type of apple tastes better – a typical apple from the store or an organically grown apple?  Finding out can be a fun taste testing experiment to perform with your kids.  Thanks to Jennifer from Nutrition for Healthy Kids for this fun taste test activity. Make sure to also check out the ideas for […]

Home Economics: Menu Planning and Recipe Collecting

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The following is a post from contributing writer, Roan, of Joyful Always. This post is one of a series of posts about teaching high school Home Economics in your homeschool.  I have three daughters, two of which are currently in high school.  Using my original plans and checklists, my daughters are earning one high school credit […]

Great Homeschooling Links: 7 Healthy Topics to Teach Your Children

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The following is a post by contributing writer, Sheri, of Learning Pavilion. Spring is in the air and is a great time for new beginnings. So get refreshed and if you haven’t begun already, teach your children the importance of nutrition, fitness, drinking water, spending time outside, breathing fresh air, getting plenty of sleep, and […]

Vegan Homeschooling

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The following is a guest post from The Vegan Bee. There are many different labels and categories floating around out there for homeschoolers to choose from – classical homeschooling, Charlotte Mason homeschooling, eclectic homeschooling, Christian homeschooling, secular homeschooling, unschooling. We might be purists, falling into only one category, or feel comfortable straddling several. In our […]