Homeschooling Freebies Resources for Homeschoolers

There are so many free homeschooling resources available. We will try and post the best ones here for you. Free curriculum, free printables, free homeschooling downloads, and anything else we find for free that homeschoolers will love!

Cultivating a Lifestyle of Learning in Your Homeschool

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It is easy for kids to think that the only time they learn is during homeschool time. In reality, we create an atmosphere and lifestyle of learning that will get their minds enthused throughout their childhood. This post shares how cultivating this type of lifestyle of learning in your home is a gradual and intentional […]

Homeschool and Sex Education

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If you have been thinking you need to “have the talk” with your kids, then you may want to stop by this post for some help. There are some questions you can ask before setting up your homeschool sex education. I feel like this is such a touchy subject. The post explains how we should […]

FREE Guide to Mid-Year Evaluations

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If your school year started in September, grab this free guide to mid-year evaluations to determine how your child is fairing along. This guide can help you explore the when, what, and how to making changes to your curriculum choices. If some things aren’t working, it may be worth taking a look at what can […]

Letting Go of Lesson Plans

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If you don’t follow a lesson plan, your child won’t be able to learn—right? Not true. Explore this encouragement for letting go of lesson plans and letting life be the teacher. When you homeschool, everything can be a learning experience. We can try to stick to lesson plans and feel like we have failed at […]

Co-op and the Charlotte Mason Method

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Are you exploring the idea of having your child join a co-op? Are you in a co-op and want to try new ways that work? Check out these five Charlotte Mason methods that work best with co-op groups. You would see in this post that there are several of her methods that would be great […]

Hooked on Phonics Review AND GIVEAWAY! (ends 11/3)

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“Hooked on Phonics works for me!” Who hasn’t heard that famous tagline before? Whenever I see or hear “Hooked on Phonics”, it immediately springs to mind. However, as a homeschool Mom, I had honestly never considered this program as a “homeschool reading curriculum option.” I think many of us don’t, and I have no idea […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Teaching Your Kids Handwriting

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I really wish I would have known these tips years ago. Check out these super helpful  do’s and don’ts of teaching handwriting to your kiddos. There are a lot of different methods out there for teaching handwriting, so many that it can be confusing which to choose. This post will help you know which letters […]

FREE Writing Prompt Calendar for the Month of November

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If you enjoyed October’s writing prompt calendar than, these 20 November writing prompts will be another treat for your homeschool. These writing prompts for November will encourage thoughtful daily journaling for your homeschoolers. Of course for the month of November of giving thanks, these prompts also introduce gratitude concepts, and help your kiddos have FUN with writing. The prompts […]

Paleontology Printables and Resources

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If your kids are fascinated by fossils and love learning about dinosaurs, they will really enjoy learning about Paleontology.From the National Geographic Society, Paleontology is described as: “The study of the history of life on Earth based on fossils. Fossils are the remains of plants, animals, fungi, bacteria, and single-celled living things that have been replaced […]

When My Daughter Failed Reading Comprehension

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I recall being in a public school classroom and sitting during the agonizing standardized tests in which my teacher would read a passage and I would answer questions. Do you remember doing that?We do not do the standard fill-in-the-bubble type tests when we do our end of the year homeschool evaluations. My children do not do […]