Studying the 50 states? Check out these resources including free printables, crafts, fun activities, travel destinations and recipes for all 50 states! ::

50 States Series Round-up

It has been so much fun “traveling” through all 50 states this past year. Even though we haven’t studied all of them yet, the kids have enjoyed what we’ve done so far. If you’re working your way through the 50 states whether as a history or geography study, be sure to check out our entire […]


FREE Subject and Predicate Writing Game

Every sentence has to have a subject and a predicate to make a complete sentence. I have one daughter who loves math, but doesn’t love anything to do with language arts or writing. We have been working on learning about subjects and predicates, which is an important part of the writing process. It is also […]


Famous Artist Study Series: Norman Rockwell

This is the seventh post in our Famous Artist Series. I have been having a lot of fun writing this Artist Study Series. Since we enjoy a Charlotte Mason style education, I have found that artist study is something that we like to incorporate in our weekly studies. In this series I have picked some […]


Top Ten Test Taking Strategies with FREE Printables

Prepare your students to be ready for test days with these top ten test-taking strategies. These strategies can help ease their anxieties and help them to take tests without added stress. Some kids clam up during tests, it is more common than you would think. Provide the children you know with the tools needed to help them […]


FREE Water Cycle Hands-On Lesson

This free hands-on Science lesson and experiment investigating condensation and the water cycle will be a great addition to your science labs this year. Your child will answer questions like “What is condensation?” and “Where does it come from?”. This free Condensation Investigation is a great way for kids to answer those questions and learn […]


FREE Vocabulary Practice Using Context Clues

If your homeschool is struggling with understanding and using vocabulary then this no-prep, printable freebie will help your students master vocabulary. This freebie uses context clues to determine a word’s meaning. It shows examples of definition/explanation context clues, synonym/restatement context clues, antonym/contrast context clues, and inference context clues. This practice is great for progress monitoring and test-prep.The […]


5 Reasons to Attend a Homeschool Convention

Living in today’s Internet society, some homeschoolers may wonder if attending a homeschool convention is still necessary. After all, with easy access to information and homeschool websites, why not just save yourself the hassle and added travel expenses and enjoy the convenience of shopping online?As great a tool as the Internet may be, there are […]


FREE Interactive Task Cards: Chemical or Physical Change?

Are you learning about reactions in your Science curriculum at home? Sometimes it can be hard to remember the differences between reactions.These free Boom Cards from Kristin Lee are geared for Middle School science students and will have them practice whether an event is a physical change or a chemical change. They will read an event or […]

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