The ability to creatively stretch one’s mind with skills that can develop a thought on paper is crucial to a well-rounded student. It’s important to set before our teens a writing program that encourages them to enthusiastically do so, and this March Writing Prompt Calendar will definitely do that! It purposefully offers five prompt types […]
If your child is studying landforms and enjoys making lapbooks, check out this exciting Landform Interactive Notebook! It includes a visual dictionary as well as interactive notebook elements.To receive your freebie, make sure you scroll down to the link toward the bottom of the page, just above the comments.Click here to download your free printables!
Keeping a lid on regular knick-knack clutter seems fairly possible…but it’s the incoming mail and paperwork that really gets me! I can rationalize why I don’t need to keep an unused basket or a bottle of lotion whose fragrance I hate, but these papers seem so important! I’ve got the mail lady bringing me renewal […]
Do you teach Algebra? If you’re looking for a new and engaging way to help students focus and retain what they’re learning, check out doodle notes. This free set covers Absolute Value Equations and combines text and examples with visual cues. This will help students remember what they’re learning and have better success later as […]
I’ll be the first to admit that at times, I run across a freebie title that is a little ostentatious. “700 Amazing Ways to Clean Your Child’s Ears.” However in all seriousness, this “Unrivaled Guide to Civil War Activities” is truly fantastic! We are not studying the Civil War era in our homeschool this year, […]
I can’t really explain why, but some children struggle with the concept of fractions. And when I say “some children,” I may mean my own children. Or me.Anyway, there are times that a child is trying so hard to understand math, but they still don’t “get it.” If this sounds familiar, maybe it’s time to […]