This is the third post in our Messy, Sensory Activities for Outdoor Play Series! My kids love fun sensory play, but I don’t like the mess. That’s why it’s best to take these things outside! Summer is the perfect time to do this, beat the boredom and get outside and have some fun! When you are done with the messy, sensory play you can wash off with the water hose or sprinkler for even more fun!This week our sensory activities involve shaving cream!Kool Aid and Sensory Shaving CreamMarbled Paper with Shaving Cream and PaintFrozen Inspired...READ MORE!
Here is a fun math game printable to pair with the book Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Book! See the entire tutorial and print the game below!DOWNLOAD IT HEREREAD MORE!
Learn about certain animals and their habitats with this fun rain forest animal science worksheet from The Mailbox. Have your kids add a little color to it following the exercise by coloring the trees!DOWNLOAD IT HEREREAD MORE!
Get this patriotic copywork for FREE from Only Passionate Curiosity. The pack includes:The Pledge of Allegiance America the Beautiful My Country ’tis of Thee The Star Spangled Banner The Bill of Rights The Preamble to the Declaration of IndependenceGET IT...READ MORE!
Help your little ones celebrate the United States’ birthday with these FREE coloring pages from Easy Peasy and Fun. This printable pack has 7 patriotic coloring pages.GET THEM...READ MORE!
Are you teaching the Civil War this year? The Civil War Trust is an amazing website chock full of information on the Civil War. They also offer FREE Lesson Plans on many different topics related to the Civil War.Download your FREE Civil War Lesson Plans...READ MORE!
Does your teen need to track his/her community service hours? Is your teen participating in community service hours for American Heritage Girls, Boy Scouts or to earn a scholarship to college? Sometimes we get so busy and it’s hard to keep track of everything that they do. Help your teen keep track of their hours with their own Community Service Hours Tracker Sheet. Download it...READ MORE!
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Her stories are cherished parts of our childhood and American history, but how much do you know about Laura Ingalls Wilder and the world she grew up in? Try the puzzles in our free quiz pack to find out!First, fill in the blanks in the fill-in all about Laura. Next, create a timeline of Laura’s life by matching the events to the correct years from the list. Finally, take a look at Life in Laura’s Time. For each date, choose the correct event from U.S. history and the correct event from world history and match them to the blanks beside the...READ MORE!
This is the first post in our brand new Composer Study Series!One of my favorite things about homeschooling is being able to incoroprate the fine arts into our home. Studying about specific composers and listening to their music throughout the day has been such a fun and relaxing time in our homeschool. I thought it would be fun to do a series on some favorite composers!The basic idea of composer study is this:Pick a composer to study, read great books about him and listen to the music often! I also like to incorporate coloring sheets,...READ MORE!