Resources to Celebrate Reformation Day

Want to celebrate Reformation Day this year? These printables, activities, crafts and books will help you plan a great celebration! ::

In the Protestant Church, October 31st is known as Reformation Day. Many Protestant Christians choose to celebrate this day as a way of teaching church history and as well as about the man who posted the 95 Theses, Martin Luther. If you’re looking to change things up a bit or for some new ideas celebrating Reformation Day, […]

49 Gluten Free Instant Pot Recipes

Do you follow a Gluten Free diet? Now you can make delicious meals and desserts in the Instant Pot! Check out these recipes! ::

While my diet may be extremely limited now, I remember how difficult it was when I first started eating gluten-free. It wasn’t easy to find simple-to-make dishes that also tasted delicious. Now we have Pinterest and the internet to help us find them! Even though I haven’t tried these dishes, I am confident that they are […]

FREE Printable Pearl Harbor Lapbook

Pearl Harbor Lapbook

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is December 7th and you can start your research now with this free, printable Pearl Harbor Lapbook. When working with national holidays that memorialize historical persons or events, it’s helpful to do the studying before the date of the holiday. If you wait until afterwards or the “day of,” it loses […]

Simple Steps to Creating Your Own Unit Study with FREE Printable Planning Page


Don’t you love it when you discover a unit study that you know your child will love? What if I told you that you could design the unit study of your choice? Maybe you have a child interested in skunks or archery or fashion – you have every reason to believe that you are capable […]

FREE Cut and Arrange Creative Writing Stories: Fun at the Circus


If your children love cutting and pasting and creating stories, I have found the perfect printables for them!Help your littlest learners develop a passion for creative writing early with Cut and Arrange Stories. In “Fun at the Circus,” your child gets 10 pictures and 25 keywords that they can arrange and rearrange until their story sounds […]

How to Start a Middle School Book Club


Starting a book club is a great way to keep your children interested in reading as they enter the upper grades. It is also an amazing way to help build new relationships. Book Clubs can also help teach your children how to have good open discussions on some harder topics and to begin to develop […]

FREE Printable Men of the Bible Coloring Pages


Have you ever noticed that although a story may be captivating, some children still have a hard time sitting still? The Old Testament Bible stories are riveting and we don’t want our children to miss any of the important lessons to be learned. A great way to keep their mind on the story at hand is […]

FREE Sunflower Themed Printables and Crafts

FREE Sunflower Themed Printables and Crafts

Sunflowers are such a beautiful, dual purpose flower! They also look gorgeous in fall flower arrangements and decorations and they make the cutest crafts.Sunflowers make a great preschool themed unit. If you are wanting to do a sunflower theme in your homeschool you will want to check out these cute sunflower themed printables and craft ideas! […]

Food Fun Teacher’s Guide with FREE Printable Coloring Book


Choosing to study a topic that is applicable to every day life is a great way to get your children excited about learning. Take fruits and vegetables for instance…everyone has their favorites, but with this study, you may pique the interest of a student enough to convince him to try a new one. We take […]

FREE Printable Thanksgiving Kids’ Activity Pages

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Prepare your kids to have a heart of thankfulness before Thanksgiving Day arrives! These free, printables will help you do just that! The printables include a coloring page which would be cute to hang on the wall or bathroom mirror during the days leading up to November 23rd. There’s a “Things I Am Thankful For” […]

Animals of the Frozen Lands FREE Notebooking Pages


We love learning about animals in our homeschool. There are so many different types of animals to learn about and create a fun unit study with. This fun 18-page printable is themed around animals of the frozen lands! These would be great to use with an arctic animal unit study, or a habitat unit study. […]

Nature Study Activities with Teens

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We are a huge nature family. Being Charlotte Mason Style homeschoolers, nature just kindave becomes second nature to us! We always seems to be out and about exploring the world around us.Nature study is much easier to do when our children are little. They enjoy being outside and exploring, and it is a great break […]

Study Guide on Native American History ~ {FREE Lapbook }


So many public schools have taken, and are continuing to take, Native American history out of their curriculum. However, we don’t have to and shouldn’t. This ‘How To’ guide on studying Native Americans is help for a fun history unit study in your homeschool. The free lapbook is full of information needed to help your […]

FREE National Symbols Coloring Book


Please study the United States with your children! I now live in another country with my husband and kids. Last week, we were reciting the Pledge of Allegience together as a family (sometimes we reminisce about America, which inevitably leads us to recite the Pledge- random, I know). Anyway, my husband and I then started […]

Byline High School Writing Curriculum Review


View all Language Arts Reviews We have partnered with Clear Water Press for several years now to share their high-quality products with our readers. When my daughter was in eighth grade we used Cover Story and she loved it (my daughter’s review is here), so when they released a new high school writing curriculum that […]

Observing & Learning Backyard Birds with FREE Printables


Most of us don’t live at the zoo, but we can still get a thrill from observing animals every day. When birds visit your backyard, do your kids get excited? Take advantage of the opportunity and beauty by taking a moment and truly observing the little fowl. This freebie includes printable 3-part cards and a […]

200+ FREE Printables for Preschool and Kindergarten


I am impressed! Here are over 200 free printables for preschool and kindergarten-aged children. Not only are they free, but they are so individually creative! (There aren’t whole blocks of printables that look the same with different activities.) There are activities for a large variety of subjects such as the five senses, firefighters, counting, princess, color […]

Unicorn Magic: Free Early Coding STEM Printable Game

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There is so much learning that can be done from just playing games. Board games are so much fun to play with little ones.This adorable board game is geared towards girls and incorporates these STEM style learning activities, in one fun board game: SCIENCE: problem solving, creating a plan and testing it TECHNOLOGY: making the […]