Have you been looking for free social studies worksheets for your homeschool? This 31 page set of worksheets includes:A full-page introduction describing one way to divide the culture of a place, people, or time period into six different aspects of culture:Government & International RelationsResources & EconomicsReligion & Spiritual BeliefsLearning & TechnologyFamily Life, Community, & SocietyArts & […]
This is the fifth post in our Preschool Art Project Series! During this series we have been exploring different art projects that can be done using different mediums.This week I have some fun art projects using water color paints! I am amazed at what these little dry cakes can do! Water color paints are inexpensive […]
Robots are so much fun! These adorable robot cards can be printed on cardstock and laminated for your very own free Robot themed Memory Game!Download your FREE Robot Memory Game Printable HERE! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Is your homeschooler planning on attending college? When you are planning your highschool years you need to make sure to make your plans with college admissions and scholarships in mind. Colleges vary in their expectations so there is no one size fits all solution. This free printable guide from Homeschool Success will allow you to […]
This is the sixth post in our Homeschooling Crimes Series! You may be wondering “what exactly is a homeschooling crime?” Basically it is something that no one would expect a homeschooler to commit or even admit to doing. Believe it or not, there are moms out there that struggle with different aspects of homeschooling their […]
We updated our list and added some new resources. I hope you enjoy them!Do you love Little House on the Prairie?I love that, as homeschoolers, we can take something that we enjoy and turn it into a delightful learning experience. I have compiled a list of some great printables, FREE Lapbooks and resources to make […]
Do you incorporate Handicraft Time into your daily homeschool schedule? I think that every homeschool should incorporate some type of handicraft time into their days. Charlotte Mason wrote a lot about her children taking the time to make handicrafts during their school days. Handicrafts are not just paper and glue crafts that you would make […]
Are you Middle Schoolers learning about WWII this year? I love this FREE Unit Study designed for Middle Schoolers to learn About WWII. WWII can be a hard subject to tackle for younger kids and it is easier to explain when they are older. These resources give you some great ideas for hands-on activities, free […]