5 Awesome Benefits of Cooking from Scratch


I know it isn’t easy for busy moms, but check out these 5 awesome benefits to cooking from scratch for your family. Sometimes we can’t help it. I mean, McDonald’s is literally around every corner and it is so maliciously convenient to go there. I get it. However, when we can, and most of the […]

FREE Digital Homeschool Inventory Template


Is homeschool organization getting more and more complicated as you reach further and further into the school year? If you are finding it difficult to manage your homeschooling resources, then stop by this post for insight on how to keep good track of all your homeschool links and digital files. Also, grab a FREE template […]

18 Charlotte Mason Expectations for 6-Year-Olds (FREE Printable)


This list of 18 things will help you learn what to focus on for your 6-year-old’s Charlotte Mason lessons. You honestly will be surprised at what Charlotte Mason expected your young learner to know by now. Her method of teaching was formed by her observation of watching how children naturally learn and supporting this learning […]

5 Ways to Earn High School Credits in Homeschool


High school can be scary for middle school kids and parents alike. Check out these ways to earn high school credit to help ease some of your stress. What is interesting is that there’s not ONE right way to earn high school credit for the homeschool transcript. There are several ways and this post will […]

FREE Bible verse Activity and Craft to Teach Kids Thankfulness


I love to see kids being thankful for even the littlest of things. In a day and age of entitled and spoiled kiddos all around, it still is possible to have our kids be the objection. This freebie can help teach kids to give thanks to the Lord with an easy craft and a fun […]

10 FREE and Fun Activities for Kids

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It is a big deal to find FREE fun things to do with your homeschool. Check out these 10 fun and absolutely free things to do with your kiddos this year. This is a great list of ideas in various locations to do with your kids pretty much any time of the year. Maybe use […]

FREE Pumpkin Themed Handwriting Practice Printables


These Cute Pumpkin themed worksheets for practicing handwriting skills will get your child excited about writing. These free printables will help your kiddos trace and write the alphabet and numbers to 10. We are in full swing of fall themed freebies and I am so glad for young learners (Pre-K/Kindergarten) to use these pumpkin themed […]

Goal Setting Freebie


I am all about setting goals. Goals can help you stay focused on a task, give you something to work toward and can help you iron out a foolproof plan. Here are some amazing worksheets that will help you map out your goals and get started making dreams a reality. Head over to Living Life […]

FREE Scriptural Discipline If/Then Chart


Trying to discipline a child according to God’s Word is not an easy thing to do. This free If/Then Chart uses Scripture and logical consequences to help with disciplining our children the right way. I was at my wit’s end with my kids who fought constantly. It broke my heart to see them annoyed with […]

FREE DIY Recipe Binder Pages and Organization Tips


If you love collecting recipes, then you will want to explore this easy way to organize your recipes in your home. It has been a year now that my family has been keeping recipes. I didn’t really grow up on recipes. I am Puerto Rican; we cook beans, rice and meat — with a little […]

FREE 10-minute Math Warm-Ups


Studies show that spending a few minutes each day doing math warm-up helps warm-up our brains for a full math lesson. These math warm-up activities are a great way to strengthen prior knowledge of math skills, and can be knocked-out in just 10 minutes a day. These activities include brain teasers and logic puzzles to […]

Cloth Napkins: Easy Sewing Tutorial


‘Tis the season for a change of scenery in your home. If you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner then you may want to take a look at some ways to decorate that won’t break the bank. This easy sewing tutorial will show you how to make cloth napkins for your dinner table. You can change the […]

10 FREE Ideas for Physical Education (PE) in Homeschool

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Physical Education (PE) is an important subject to incorporate in homeschool; for some of us, PE is also a state requirement which makes it even more crucial to our child’s education. This insight explores exactly how to homeschool PE and provides 10 FREE ideas to get your homeschool started. With this age of technology knocking […]

FREE Printable Unicorn Preschool Activity Packet


When is a good time to use unicorn printables? Just about any time when it comes to little girls. This  free unicorn printables preschool activity will bring a smile to any girl’s face when it comes to learning. This post includes a free nine page unicorns worksheets printable packet for preschoolers and kindergarteners as well […]

FREE Printable to Explore Types of Shapes in Art


Teaching about shapes to your young learner is a fun and useful exercise in your homeschool. Kids draw shapes all the time and naturally draw two dimensions without even realizing. Teaching your kids to understand and illustrate space and form are parts of teaching about shapes that can be challenging. However, exploring the art of […]

FREE November Weekly Writing Journal Prompts for Kids


The month of November can be full of holiday fun and learning with these journal prompts for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. The free weekly prompts include seasonal ideas for Farm, Kindness, Food, Gratitude, and Thanksgiving themes. They come with lined and unlined journal pages for your writers. There are four Journal Cover Page Options to […]

Teaching Narration in Your Homeschool

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You can help your homeschool  know what a narration is and how it works. Narration is the telling of a story; it is great for us to let our kids tell us what has been read in their own words. Charlotte Mason describes narration as an art, like poetry-making or painting, because it is there, […]

Parental Controls for Keeping Kids Safe on YouTube


If your kids love YouTube like mine, then you also are concerned about what types of things they may stumble upon. I am super paranoid about it. I was so happy to read about these parental controls that can help keep our kids safe while on YouTube. I had to share it. I honestly can’t sit with […]

FREE Word Tree Printables for Teaching Latin Roots


Would you like a hands-on way to teach your homeschool about Latin Roots? This free download contains five prepared Word Trees to learn Latin Roots, plus one blank sheet. Your homeschooler doesn’t need to memorize the meaning of the root words or recite them back. They only need to be familiar with the meanings, and to recognize […]

Activities, Crafts, and Snacks for The Mitten by Jan Brett


Are you looking for some new reading resources and materials for the holiday season this year? The Mitten by Jan Brett is a bestselling modern classic set in the winter season. Your homeschool will enjoy all the adorable woodland animals that find their way into a mitten. This post is full of activities, crafts, and snacks […]

5-Minute Contour Drawing Exercise


Your homeschool can start this contour drawing lesson, and blind contour line drawing exercise, in no time. I love The Kitchen Table Classroom’s five-minute art lessons. I am totally not artistic and I know some of you are with me. However, that shouldn’t be a reason for us to steer clear of art for our […]

A Mom Who Never Burns Out (It Can Exist)


I read the title of this post, and rolled my eyes. I had to admit that I was curious of how there was such a thing as “a mom who never burns out”. Read this post with me about some insight on the secret of a mother culture where you don’t experience burn out. It […]

Handmade Botanical Bookmarks for Your Home


No matter their age, any homeschooler can learn how to make easy and beautiful handmade botanical paper bookmarks. Nature is full of beauty and inspiration that we can use as crafts in our homeschool. Using natural items will help kids get an appreciation for nature and it’s wonder. God’s creation truly is magnificent, and plants […]

Candy Corn Hands-on Math Activities with FREE Printables


These fun, hands-on candy corn math activities will get your kids excited about math this season. This awesome holiday post includes lots of ideas, plus free printable pages, and games. I am not a candy corn fan, but my kids love them. Since candy corn is such a special treat for them, you might as well combine […]