This Astronomy Mega Pack has it all – games, copywork, lapbooking elements, and much, much more! Its pages will help your child absorb all the interesting facts that she will learn as she studies astronomy, and she’ll have so much fun while doing it!Click here to download your free printables!
Studying vocab words can be so borrrring. Zzzz. Liven things up for your student with these 10 games. You can play them with any vocab words, and many of them have free printables that will enable you to start playing right away! If you’re not careful, you’re going to have a child that’s begging to […]
Bring this classic kid’s story to life with this fun printable pack for preschoolers. This free “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” printable will help your preschoolers practice counting, handwriting, and phonics skills. They’ll enjoy all of the activities in this 20+ page pack. Stop by Homeschool Preschool today to download your free copy!
Make number sequencing fun by putting a big mountain puzzle together! This puzzle will help your little ones develop picture matching skills and they will also learn about number sequencing at the same time! They will have a blast counting from 1-10 to build a fun mountain scene. Grab all of the details and this free printable […]
Multiplication will never be as fun as it is when using this Code Breaker. It’s simple to print out and assemble, using a brass fastener to hold it together. You can write your own coded messages to your child or use the four riddles that are included with the download. Either way, your student will have […]
Here is a great hands on history activity for your older kids that are learning about Pioneer life!Pioneer living and cloth dyeing go hand in hand though I’m sure pioneers of that time weren’t too concerned about many different colors in their clothes. They normally just had a few pieces of clothing, but if they […]
Creating a family tree is a fun project that all ages will enjoy working on in your homeschool.Learning about your family history and genealogy is a wonderful study to do in your homeschool. Older students can turn this into a very detailed research project that you can give them credit for. Your little ones can […]
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a real decline in our society in the area of manners. Just drive down the street, attend a ball game, or stand in line at the deli counter to see what I’m talking about. When we get mad, the temptation is to join the rest of society and spout […]
Anatomy can be overwhelming at times, even for older children, but it doesn’t have to be! Plunk down a box of crayons and these free, printable Anatomy Coloring Pages then watch your student naturally take an interest in terms like “foramina” and “sigmoid.”Click here to download your free printables!
Winter is the perfect time to learn about Arctic animals. When kids are young, it is especially fun to go through an Arctic unit with them where they can learn about the animals who live in the cold Arctic region for part or all of the year. Here is an awesome Arctic animal sudoku puzzle […]