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 […]

George Washington Crossword Puzzle Printable

George Washington crossword puzzle printable

The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online: Last week, I shared a crossword puzzle with facts about Abraham Lincoln.  It seemed only fitting that with Presidents’ Day and George Washington’s birthday coming up that I would also share a George Washington crossword puzzle this […]

Abraham Lincoln Crossword Puzzle Printable

Abraham Lincoln Crossword Puzzle Printable

The following post and printable is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online. With both Lincoln’s birthday and Presidents’ Day coming up next month, an Abraham Lincoln Crossword Puzzle could be a great educational addition to your kids’ day sometime in the next month.

U.S. State Facts Crossword Puzzle Printable

United States State Facts Crossword Puzzle

The following post is by Homeschool Classroom founder/owner, Angie of Many Little Blessings. While I was making my United States State Capitals Crossword Puzzle printable last week, I decided to make another one that was all just random facts about states.  These facts are not obscure, so don’t worry.  They’re perfect, however, for upper elementary […]

United States State Capitals Crossword Puzzle Printable

U.S. Capitals Crossword Puzzle

The following post is by Homeschool Classroom founder/owner, Angie of Many Little Blessings. One of my favorite things to study in upper elementary school was the state capitals.  As a child who both loved geography and remembering facts, state capitals seemed to be the perfect combination of the two.  Even after I memorized them all, […]

Free Resources for Teaching US Geography to Elementary Students

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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 […]

How We Used Uncle Eric Books and Bluestocking Guides to Homeschool High School

Using Uncle Eric books and Bluestocking guides to homeschool high school

The following is a post from contributing writer Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeshoolers. This post contains affiliate links. My oldest child is just about ready to graduate. She just lacks a math and a science credit that she’ll be finishing up this fall. For all intents and purposes, we’re finished with high school for […]

Our Top 25 Living History Books

Carlie Kercheval

The following post is written by Carlie the founder of So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler? and Managing Your Blessings. In our homeschool, living history is a favorite subject with all of our students (and teachers). Sure, we love all the subjects, but there is something about reading living history books aloud together that excites […]

Why Williamsburg Makes an Excellent Homeschool Field Trip

williamsburg is an excellent homeschool field trip

This post is from contributing writer, Kim Sorgius from Not Consumed I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Williamsburg several times. I knew the very first time we that Williamsburg would make an excellent filed trip someday. To walk among living history like they do it in Williamsburg is a priceless experience for a young mind. […]

Mummy Experiment with Apples

apple mummies

If you’re studying ancient Egypt, mummies are likely to be one of those topics that will really interest (and possibly disgust) them. Jamie from The Unlikely Homeschooler has shared a couple of Ancient Egypt themed activities, including an experiment to see what types of materials work best to create an apple mummy. If you’re interested […]

10 Ways to Homeschool with Baseball

Baseball Dinner in a Basket

Written by contributor Jen @ Forever For Always No Matter What Soon, we will hear the crack of the bat as the major league baseball season gets under way around the country.  We love baseball at our house.  For the past several years we have taken baseball trips in the summer to different major league […]