Unicorn Magic: Free Early Coding STEM Printable Game

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There is so much learning that can be done from just playing games. Board games are so much fun to play with little ones.This adorable board game is geared towards girls and incorporates these STEM style learning activities, in one fun board game:SCIENCE: problem solving, creating a plan and testing itTECHNOLOGY: making the unicorn playing […]

FREE Painting Flowers in Acrylic Online Art Class


I love finding free online classes for my teens to do on their own for art time or just for fun free time.Here is another great free online class from Craftsy.¬†Paint a stunning floral still life with ease in this FREE class! Learn how to bring color, composition and technique together to create an acrylic […]

FREE Cursive Pre-Writing Lines and Strokes Printables


There are many people that believe the importance of teaching cursive before print. There are also quite a few different homeschool curricula, that introduce cursive skills early as well.If you are wanting to introduce cursive before manuscript writing, there are a lot of fun, free printables that can help your little ones with the skills […]

101 Reasons to Homeschool High School


I have been homeschooling since my son was five years old. He just graduated from our homeschool this May. The most common questions I used to receive was “how long are you going to homeschool him?” “What will you do when he gets to highschool?” My answer was always “We will homeschool him” Highschool at […]

FREE Grade Rubrics and Assessments for Middle and Highschool

FREE Grade Rubrics and Assessments for Middle and High School

I know a lot of people who get nervous as their children get older and begin approaching the middle school years. It can be even scarier when they reach highschool!One of the biggest concerns I have seen in the homeschooling community in the older years¬† is the concern over grading assignments. This can be especially […]

WW1 and Great Depression Movies for Middle and High School


My oldest loves watching movies. He loves movies so much that we spent an entire year watching old movies and having him analyze and write about them for English credit!If you have a teen that is a movie buff, I think it’s a great idea to find movies for them to watch that go along […]

FREE Printable Puzzles from the Critical Thinking Co.


If you love brain teasers and brain training curriculum you will love these free critical thinking puzzles from TThe Critical Thinking Co.Critical Thinking Puzzles Improve:– Problem-solving strategies– Reading comprehension– Analysis and observation skills– Visual perceptual skills– Identification and evaluation of evidence– Deductive and inductive reasoning– Patience and perseverance– Core subject knowledge (math, etc.)– Creativity– Memory– […]

New SAT Essay Tips: Understanding the Test


If your homeschooler is college bound, then you may already be exploring different testing options for highschool. One of the most common tests administered is the SAT. In 2016, the SAT changed their test with a new redesigned essay portion. To the delight of many students, the essay portion of the SAT is now optional. […]