Learn how “The Giant American History Timeline” curriculum uses activity sheets in a visual timeline to help teach your kids about important events in American history.
Sometimes Christmas gets drowned in all the commericalism and the spirit of the season gets lost in attitudes focused on what we are going to get rather than what we can give. In this, the final post in the series, we will look at how to shift your focus to giving back to those in need around you and what to do about your kids getting too much.
The Christmas season is filled with memories, both old and new. Today, let’s talk about ways to make new Christmas memories with your family and friends!
What things steal your joy during the Christmas season? Today we will examine what you enjoy the least about the season and why you should consider eliminating those items from your Christmas celebrations.
In today’s post, the second of the series, it’s time to discuss how you and your family like to celebrate the Christmas season.
In this 5-day Christmas post series, I will take you on a journey to help you make the most of the Christmas season through thought-provoking questions for you and your family to discuss. In this first post, we start with the basics: remembering what Christmas means to you.
Homeschooling experiences are as unique as fingerprints. In this installment of Homeschooling in the 50 States…and Beyond!, I am pleased to share another perspective on homeschooling in Indiana. We will learn from Kelly, homeschool mom of two and creator of “Curiosity Encouraged”.
Join me on “Homeschooling in the 50 States…and Beyond!” as we learn what it’s like to homeschool in Alabama and North Carolina from Emily, creator of “Table Life Blog”.
Inspire some out-of-the-box thinking in your homeschool with these colorful and engaging books. They encourage creativity and challenge your child to think about everyday things in a whole new way.