Earth Day Activites for Kids

Earth Day activities

The following post is from Jamie of See Jamie Blog: The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it." Psalm 24:1 My Creation-loving dad was a very big influence on my love and appreciation of nature. I hope to … [Continue reading]

Streaming Programming Filled with Options for Kids with Kidoodle.TV

Watching Kidoodle.TV

I am really excited to have been able to try out a service that I hadn't tried before--Kidoodle.TV. Kidoodle.TV is a very cool service that allows you, for a very low monthly rate - just $4.99/month, to have access to streaming video of a large … [Continue reading]

Extracurricular Activities for Moms

extracurricular activities for mom

The following post is from Jamie of See Jamie Blog Extra-curricular activities are as important for homeschool moms as they are for the kids. I'd argue they may be even MORE important because these kinds of activities help keep us moms happy (and … [Continue reading]

4 Things to Start the Year Before High School

4 Things to Start the Year BEFORE the First Year of High School - www.HSClassroom.net

The following post is from Shannen of Middle Way Mom This school year is my, and my daughter's, first year homeschooling high school. The anticipation and fear was much greater than the reality of it all, but I do wish there were a few things I … [Continue reading]

Shape Identification and Counting Worksheet Printable

Shape Flower Recognition Printable

The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online Here's a fun and easy activity to work on shape recognition and counting.  In this, children will recognize and count … [Continue reading]

Printable Shapes Resources for Preschoolers

Shapes House

The following post is from Lauren of Mama's Learning Corner Shapes are such a fun thing to teach to the preschool crowd!  Besides encounters in everyday life, there are fun activities to help young ones learn shapes. Here are several shapes … [Continue reading]

Tips for Running Errands With Small Children

tips for running errands with small children

The following post is from Roan of Joyful Always If you are a homeschooling Mom, chances are you have to run your errands with your children in tow.  With a little bit of forethought, planning, and practice, the experience can be a positive … [Continue reading]

Building Fluency by Re-reading

Building Fluency by Re-reading

The following post is from Becky of This Reading Mama My son is learning to read music as he plays the piano. While listening to him practice, I am reminded of a simple truth that relates to reading in such a profound way: Beautiful music does not … [Continue reading]

Greenville (South Carolina) Great Homeschool Convention in March

The following post is sponsored by Great Homeschool Conventions.  They are also, however, my favorite homeschool conventions to attend. As my own excitement for the Great Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati in April is building, I'm just a little … [Continue reading]

What is an Adverb? Worksheet

What is an Adverb? Worksheet

The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online Adverbs can be a tricky part of speech for many children.  In today's free printable, there will be a review of what … [Continue reading]

Celebrate Pi Day – March 14th (3.14)

celebrate pi day

The following post is from Christy of Eclectic Momma: Unique holiday that involves food?  Count us in! A couple of years ago a friend alerted me to this yearly phenomenon called Pi Day.  At first I thought, "Yeah, finally a day to celebrate … [Continue reading]