Here’s a fun way to keep your upper-elementary children occupied while you’re grocery shopping! If you have two children, then you can make it a contest! This can strengthen their visual skills (there are a lot of items on the store shelves to scan over!) as well as keep them from getting bored while you […]
Here’s a super great idea! Instead of letting your child scribble on the bulletin in church, why not let him or her take some notes from the sermon? It will help them productively listen to the message and there’s even a spot for them to doodle a sermon-related picture.Click here to download your free printable! Need […]
This cute printable is for the younger elementary student. Introduce them to the responsibilities of a mail carrier with the coloring sheet, envelope activity, mailbox craft, poem, and more!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
This free printable brain teaser is a great way to challenge your upper-elementary student. I loved these when I was young, and your kids will, too!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning online homeschool curriculum!
Get your kiddies to write up a storm by handing them these free Funny Fall Writing prompts. Before they know what’s happened, they will have completed their creative writing assignment for the day! (Or week!)Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our award-winning […]
What a wonderful way to make your Bible stories come to life! You can print these tent printables and either pre-assemble them or you can have your child work on them while you are telling or reading the Biblical account. They’d be great if used with Lego mini-figures where they can stand in for Abraham, […]
A collection of paper dolls is at your disposal as you study World History. This is a fun way to make history come to life for your child. They will love coloring, cutting out, and assembling their doll. Various eras are offered – Medieval, Victorian, Edwardian, Ancient Rome, Native Americans, and much, much more! There’s even […]
These free printables are a great tool to teach rhythm and beat and the difference between the two. They feature familiar nursery rhymes that make it easy for your child to focus on the concept rather than the songs. These printables are easy enough for a pre-school child to utilize, but an elementary-aged student can learn […]
Do you love summer? Are you bewailing its exit and already looking forward to its return next year? Or maybe you will use this resource to make this year’s summer last as long as possible. The Free Nature Study and More e-book is just what you need to assuage your the-days-are-getting-shorter blues. This e-book is grounded […]