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Literature-Based, Hands-On Middle Ages Unit Study

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Did you know there’s a way to study the Middle Ages without being bored to tears? You can do it by using this Middle Ages Unit Study! It’s literature-based and hands-on which means it’s not dry learning from a humongous textbook. (This is a Charlotte Mason style of homeschooling, so if this interests you, please […]

Clean & Organize Kids’ Rooms – Tips, Tutorial, & FREE Printables

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Summer vacation is almost here and that always inspires me to get to the projects I’ve been putting off all school year. I love to take the opportunity to organize closets and disperse the clutter that’s built up around my home. I especially love to help my kids organize their rooms. I notice that both […]

Kids’ Nutrition Activities with FREE Printables

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God created foods that are beautiful and nutritious. We can enthusiastically explore these foods with our children, laying the groundwork for an appreciation for them in later years. My own children are much more open to eating vegetables when we have purchased them together at a farmer’s market or harvested them from our back yard. […]

FREE Printable Living vs. Non-Living Learning Pack

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Before studying animals or plants, it’s a good idea to make sure your young student understands the difference between living and non-living objects. This free, printable learning pack can help draw the contrast with question cards, student sorting pages, and four writing pages. The pages are laid out neatly and are eye-catching, and can be […]

25 Kid-Friendly Insect Activities

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Do you have a kid that loves bugs? Roll out the red carpet for the creepy-crawlies and let your him enjoy these 25 Kid-Friendly Insect Activities. Don’t worry…most of them don’t require real bugs! There’s all kinds of unit studies, life cycles, and printables to enjoy!Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach […]

12 Ways to Recycle Coffee Grounds

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Every morning when I make a pot of coffee, I feel so bad watching the coffee filter full of used grounds getting tossed into the trash. Surely, there’s something useful they could be used for! If you are a coffee-drinking household, you will love these ideas. They are practical and very useful for gardens, skin care, and […]

Printable End-of-Year Homeschool Evaluation (FREE Until May 30, 2017)

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The best time to plan your next homeschool year is before the current one ends. These free, printable pages will help you record what worked and what didn’t work, assess your child in different areas, record field trips and books read, and much more! These 17 pages has it all – there’s even an area […]