Homemaking & Parenting Freebies Resources for Homeschoolers

Our homemaking freebies category consists of free resources for homemakers, free parenting resources, free books for cooking, canning, and meal planning, and anything else that a homemaker & homeschooling mom will love! Check back weekly for new freebies!

A Mom’s Journey with Real Food “Processed Food”

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Learn about what this busy mom buys for real food “processed food” brands and where she gets them. Simplifying life can sometimes mean you sacrifice some things in order to enjoy every minute with your family. Your meals can be simple, consisting of the basics and yes maybe a few processed items from the store. […]

10 Educational Shows Currently on Amazon Prime

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In today’s world of online shopping, no one likes to pay shipping costs and still have to wait a week for a package to arrive. That’s why Amazon Prime memberships, offering free two-day shipping at monthly or yearly rates, rose from 25 million in December 2013 to an estimated 90 million in September 2017. Of […]

How to use the Bible as a Parenting Manual

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The Bible is the supreme parenting manual. Check out some ways you might consider using the Bible as a parenting manual as well as a life guide. We can’t forget that, as parents, we are responsible for the spiritual care of our precious children. While the decision to trust in Jesus would ultimately belong to our kids themselves, the duty to point them […]

FREE Printable Love Notes

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These printable love notes are the perfect way to show your family you love them. The printables are completely free to download and print. Each note says “I Love You” and leaves a little space for you to add a personal note of encouragement for whoever you give it to. The download includes 24 free love notes for […]

10 Meals to Make When There is No Food in the House

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Sometimes food is scarce in our house because we haven’t had time to run to the store or maybe payday is still a few days away. Try some of these useful meal ideas to hold your family over until your next trip to the grocery store/supermarket. Try to always keep the basic staples in your house (milk, […]

What Can Homeschoolers Deduct on Their Taxes?

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One of the most popular questions asked on the website, HomeschoolCPA.com, is, “Are there any tax breaks for homeschoolers?” Check out this post on what homeschoolers can deduct on their taxes and how to do so. What was interesting to me was that there are no tax deductions or tax credits for homeschool expenses from […]

Why Your Physical Health Affects Your Ability to be a Gentle Parent

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An unhealthy gut can lead to those explosions of anger that you loathe so much. This post helps you see why it would be wise to address your physical health as well your spiritual health. A large part of our struggle to be a gentle parent can be directly or indirectly related to our physical […]