Independence for the United States didn’t just happen, and it didn’t happen overnight as the result of a whim. Actions unfolded over weeks and months that led the colonists to feel that being subjects of England was no longer an option. Come learn more about the four acts that led to the Revolutionary War with this series of free resources and videos.
From Alabama and Alaska to West Virginia and Wyoming, come explore the 50 states. Enjoy FREE resources, printables, travel ideas, favorite foods from each state, and more. It’s a vacation you can take digitally from the comfort of your own home.
From space missions and missions of exploration to archaeological breakthroughs and changing political climates, help students learn about and explore modern history with this FREE series of modern history printables and puzzles. They’ll learn about the 1960s through 2004 with this 8-piece unit. They may just discover tidbits of history you’ve never heard of before!
Get some FREE lapbooks, printables, crafts, and more in this series of free homeschool resources all about farm animals. We’ll look at pigs, cows, chickens, and horses. Plus there is great animal science information included, such as resources on breeds of horses, the life cycle of chickens, and much more.
Get to know famous artists and their works with these art history resources. Even if you don’t have a background in art, you can teach your kids about periods in art history with these printables and worksheets on Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Expressionism, Abstract Art, Surrealism, and Modern Art. Meet the artists who created not just art but also history through this fun series of resources.
How do you do it all? How do you get your husband involved? How do you cover all the subjects? There are so many questions you face as a new homeschooler. Here’s a chance to listen in to the answers we’ve found. We’ve brought together our experiences to help each other. Let’s travel this journey of homeschooling together!
Explore the authors of the Old and New Testaments, musical instruments from Bible times, questions asked in the Gospels, friendship verses from Proverbs, the miracles of Jesus, and much more with these FREE Bible resources for all ages. You’ll find more than a dozen printable homeschool worksheets and resources you can use, most with little to no prep. There is cut and paste for the youngest students, notebooking from the Gospels for older students, and lots more for all ages.
Learn about the feasts of the Bible through copywork. These FREE instant downloads help kids commit key Bible verses to heart while they learn about 7 feasts celebrated in the Old and New Testaments.
Plus, you can learn more about the feasts of the Bible with this family study! Learn about Purim, Passover, Pentecost, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Hanukkah with this easy-to-use family study about the feasts of the Bible.
Birds are an incredible part of God’s creation to study. They are master engineers, wildly different from each other, and designed in such intricate detail. Come with us as we use FREE homeschool resources and printables to learn about bird nests, bird anatomy, feeding birds, and watching birds.
Could you use some help finding some resources and activities for your homeschool that won’t break your budget? Check out all the budget-friendly resources we have for you! You can find handicrafts and science experiments as well as ways to explore geography, language arts, history, and math. Check out these printables, unit studies, and more!
As Christians, one of the most important things we want to teach our children is how to be more like Christ. This series of posts shares some ideas for building Christlike virtues in our children such as honesty, reverence for God’s Word, trust in God, prayer, and many more. Come with us and share your thoughts on how we can help develop Christlike character in our children.
Are you ready to learn more about Canadian history? This series of Canadian history worksheets gives students the opportunity to create timelines of historic events, create a map of the territory or province, and explore more with writing prompts. Students can explore all the territories and provinces of Canada with this series of FREE worksheets.
Reading the classic authors is important, but sometimes, it can also be challenging. Help your teens read and understand what they are reading with these Free Resources for Studying Classic Authors & Their Works. You’ll find free printables, unit studies, and more for studying the lives and works of Shakespeare, Dickens, Tolkien, great poets, and many more.
Community helpers are all around us. We’ve made it easier for you to teach your kids about some of the roles and responsibilities of these community helpers with these FREE Community Helper Printables & Crafts. Kids can learn about the job of a policeman, mail carrier, doctor, fireman, and more.
It might surprise kids today to learn that some of the music they hear was influenced by music composed hundreds of years ago. Help them discover some of the great composers in history with these FREE printables, resources, and ideas. They’ll study Bach, Mozart, Wagner, and more as you build your own composer study.
Teach your kids to cook REAL food! Your family will LOVE learning kitchen skills….think “home economics!” You can learn about keeping your cool when you have your kids in the kitchen, find ways to make breakfast together, grab ideas for lunches your kids can make on their own, and help your kids learn about hospitality. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!
Did you know you can learn about science, geography, history, and more with copywork? These FREE printables and copywork resources help students practice their handwriting skills while exploring the battles of the American Revolution, body systems, the Old West, and much more. Get creative and help your kids love discovering what they will learn next!
For some kids, math can seem rather boring. That’s why we created these FREE math printables so you can get creative with math. There are resources about digital and analog clocks and money around the world. There is even a math journal, math cut and paste, and math copywork!
Modern history is a vital but often understudied area. Help your kids dive deeply into world history from 1850-1899 with these Critical Thinking Essay Questions About History. They’ll travel the world studying both famous and lesser-known events from history and be challenged to think deeply about each one.
There are times when the task of choosing the right curriculum can seem overwhelming. With so many great options out there, how do you choose? We’re sharing our thoughts on the curriculum we chose for the year including apologetics, the Bible, constitutional literacy, high school history, and more.
Explore world history like never before! With Date Dash, you can enjoy FREE printable board games you and your family can use to learn world history. Each set focuses on a different country, and each game can stand alone or be combined with games for other countries. It’s a fun way to spend hours learning about the countries of the world.
Why have date nights? How can I have a date night with no budget? What about the kids? Find the answers to these questions and many more with our FREE Date Night series. You’ll find ideas for what to do at home, what to do on a group date, and more.
The world outside is bursting with possibilities for learning and crafting adventures, but sometimes, it’s hard to know where to start. We’ve put together some fun, DIY Outdoor Crafts you can do as a family. Not only will they help you enjoy the outdoors, they will provide countless hours of precious family time and memories that will last a lifetime.
The world we live on is a fascinating place! Explore all these FREE printables and resources that can help you and your family explore earth science through archaeology, caves, and geology. Start discovering the world beneath our feet.
Streaming television shows, movies, and other media abound in our culture, and they can be powerful tools to help us educate our children. They can also contain dangers, which is why this parent’s guide to educational shows by subject is so helpful. We break down shows and movies you can use to teach your kids about history, wars, geography, science, engineering, math, and more!
Eric Carle is one of today’s most loved children’s authors. Check out these FREE printables and resources that explore six of his most poplar books such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Have fun with these FREE printables, games, activities, crafts, and more.
Explore more than 60 landmarks from around the world with these FREE Exploring Landmarks notebooking pages. Students can discover ancient landmarks such as Machu Picchu and the Great Wall of China as well as modern landmarks such as the Space Needle and the Brandenburg Gate. Bonus activities such as writing prompts are also included for some landmarks.
Explore the lives and works of eight famous artists with these FREE resources, printables, and unit studies. There are biographies, lesson plans, printables, and more. Meet Claude Monet, Michelangelo, Norman Rockwell, and other great artists from history through these FREE homeschool resources.
Enjoy these FREE Printables, Unit Studies, and Hands-On Activities about the life and work of famous inventors including Edison, Bell, Curie, and more. You’ll learn about their lives, their backgrounds, the work they did, and how they changed history with inventions that impact how we communicate, how we travel, and much more.
These projects are designed to help guide students through independent research as they learn about the lives of men and women from history. They’ll meet famous doctors, scientists, engineers, and more. Learn about these individuals, their work, and what the world was like in their day with these mini quiz packs that are perfect for upper middle school and high school students.
Are you looking for free resources to help your children learn about the life and work of men and women such as Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Galileo Galilei, Leonardo da Vinci, and Marie Curie? You’ll find free printables, worksheets, unit studies, and resources to help your kids learn about these scientists and more in this Famous Scientists series.
Through these fun fill-ins, timelines, puzzles, and more, students can learn about the lives of some of their favorite authors. Each puzzle pack helps students learn about the author’s life and work as well as what life was like in his or her day. Each pack also includes an answer key.
Each of these Famous Author Puzzle Packs helps students learn about the life and work of a famous author as well as what life was like in his or her day. There are fun fill-ins, timelines, puzzles, and more, plus an answer key is also included. Get ready to meet J.R.R. Tolkien, Hans Christian Andersen, and more.
Discover the lives of 100 famous artists and composers with these FREE Fine Arts Notebooking Journals. Students can create their own notebooks that record each person’s date and place of birth, date and place of death, and famous works, as well as facts about the artist’s or composer’s life. They are an easy, no-prep way to add fine arts into your day!
If you are looking for free printables and resources to go along with the Apologia science curriculum in the Young Explorer’s Series, you have come to the right place.
You can find free printables broken down by lesson for each Apologia science book including Elementary Chemistry and Physics, Elementary Anatomy, Zoology 1: Flying Creatures, Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures, Zoology 3: Land Animals, Exploring Creation with Botany, and Exploring Creation with Astronomy.
If you are looking to build the BEST binder ever for your homeschool year, then you will not want to miss more than a dozen free cheat sheets, dividers, and inserts to make your own free, organized, homeschool binder! Many also include fun fact cards for review.
To go along with this post, we added some new free cheat sheets to our site for you that are available as instant downloads.
Take some of the stress out of writing with these FREE Creative Writing Prompts. This series uses fun images and creative prompts to encourage your child’s imagination. Plus, they can practice their handwriting skills with the Trace & Write series. These are perfect for early learners and elementary students.
This series is full of freebies and ideas to help with struggles your little ones may have when they are learning to read and write. These FREE Early Learning Reading & Writing Helps tackle short vowel sounds, long vowel sounds, b and d reversal, and silent E. Explore these fun printables and resources today!
Take some stress out of drawing with these FREE Guided Drawing Printables. Instead of drawing an entire picture from scratch, these free printables let kids practice drawing one piece at a time by using a grid. You can use these printables to not only sharpen art skills but also learn about history, science, and more.
Homeschooling doesn’t have to be expensive. Explore all of these Free Homeschool Learning Sites & Apps you can use to help teach your kids history, geography, science, language arts, and math. We’ve rounded them up for you here in one place so you don’t have to spend hours scouring the Internet for them. Find just the right fit for your family with these free resources.
These FREE Human Body Systems worksheets can help your kids as they study anatomy in your homeschool. This series includes free printables about five body systems – the nervous system, respiratory system, muscular system, skeletal system, and circulatory system. There are worksheets, notebooking pages, labeling worksheets, coloring pages, and more.
Could you use some help making math fun? These FREE Math Printables are designed to help you do just that. No more boring math projects. These printables include mystery picture graphing, a measurement scavenger hunt, money poems and songs, speed drills, and much more.
Help kids learn about earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, and volcanoes with these FREE Natural Disasters Resources. They’ll enjoy notebooking, research journals, copywork, worksheets, unit studies, and much more.
When I first started homeschooling I didn’t realize my daughter was struggling to comprehend what she was learning. It wasn’t until she kept “failing” worksheets and quizzes did I realize that we had a problem. I almost gave up homeschooling, but in fourth grade we discovered notebooking and that changed everything.
Fast forward to middle school and at our end of the year evaluations she performed poorly on reading comprehension. Since she excelled in written narration, I knew she was remembering what she had read, but she had trouble answering questions following the text.
Keeping that in mind while homeschooling our youngest, I have worked on reading comprehension as a “subject” in our homeschool. I have used the McCall-Crabbs books, which I love, but I wanted to use text that correlated with what we were learning in our curriculum.
So, here you have it – themed reading comprehension packs for your homeschool. Click each title to learn more. They are free for HSG subscribers and you can learn how to access them here or on the pages below.
You may also be interested in this post: 29 FREE Reading Comprehension Resources
From anatomy to zoology, Apologia’s Young Explorer series has you covered! Your kids will love this Charlotte Mason approach to science. We’ve rounded up dozens of FREE Resources and Ideas for you and broken them down by book and lesson, making finding the right supplements for your lessons a breeze!
Incorporate classic literature into your homeschool lessons with these FREE Unit Studies and Printables for ten popular and well-loved children’s books including The Wind in the Willows; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; The Lion the, Witch, and the Wardrobe; and more. You’ll find worksheets, vocabulary, writing prompts, crafts, and much more in these FREE resources.
Could you use some fun, easy-to-make freezer meal recipes that you can make ahead so you don’t have to stress about what to cook every single night? We’ve found freezer meals for chicken, ham, pork, and beef. We’ve even found some great breakfast freezer meals to give your kids options at breakfast. Come take a look!
You know fruit is important to your family’s health, but do you ever just scratch your head and wonder what else you can do with fruit other than slice and serve it? We’ve gathered thousands of fruit recipes for you and broken them down by fruit, so let’s explore some ways to make meal time more fun with fruit!
Use these FREE geography notebooking research journals in your homeschool as supplements to your geography curriculum. Your students can learn about landmarks, Asia, Europe, and the United States. Learn about more than just capitals with these FREE geography notebooking research journals.
This fun geography series features FREE Geography Scramble printables. With each printable, students are given maps of the countries in a region such as southeast Asia or South America. They are also given the capital cities, but the letters are scrambled. Using their unscrambling skills and knowledge of geography, students need to correctly identify each country given.
Take a trip around the world with these FREE Habitat printables, freebies, and projects. Help your kids discover the plant and animal life of the rain forest, tundra, ocean, grassland, fresh water, and desert with unit studies, coloring pages, worksheets, and much more.
Are you looking for some fun and engaging ways to get your kids excited about history? These history posts are full of hands-on history activities to help you get your kids interested in various periods of history including ancient history, the Middle Ages and the Age of Exploration, the growth of America, modern history, and more.
These FREE History Notebooking Research Journals are a great way to introduce people, events, and time periods to your students. They are perfect ways to prompt your students to sharpen independent research skills as they discover fascinating facts from history. You’ll find FREE History Notebooking Research Journals on both American and world history topics including the American Civil War, the Industrial Revolution, the Renaissance, ancient history, and much more.
Could you use some History-Themed Freebies and Resources? We’ve rounded up free history printables, unit studies, lapbooks, notebooking pages, fun field trip ideas and activities, and much more! You can find freebies and resources for many periods in history including ancient Egypt and Greece, Little House and the pioneer days, military history, and more.
Do you have a child who hates to write? Or do you have a child who loves to write and is always running out of writing work to do? Either way, this series of seasonal and holiday writing prompts is for you! Kids can find fun prompts to get their creative juices flowing as they think about spring, summer, fall, winter, and several major holidays.
Could you use some homeschool curriculum reviews and recommendations? Hear from a homeschool mom her thoughts about a number of curriculums for science, math, language arts, history and geography, art, foreign languages, and music. Plus, you’ll find lists of helpful websites and free printables.
Scouring the Internet for homeschool curriculum options can seem like an endless task, so we’ve done the work for you. We’ve rounded up lists of homeschool curriculum on grammar/English, writing and spelling, phonics and reading, American history, world history, science, geography, math, Bible and character, and foreign language. Some are even free!
Do you feel like a mom who is failing her kids? You aren’t sure you can teach them to read. You failed high school math. You aren’t organized. You don’t like to read aloud. As homeschoolers, we feel guilty for not living up to some mythical ideal of a perfect homeschool mom. Let’s get real with each other. Let’s address our weaknesses, lose the guilt, and find practical ways to overcome our obstacles.
No matter what subject it is, chances are good that there is at least one that your child hates. Maybe it’s math or geography. Maybe its spelling, history, or science. Whichever subject it is, we’re here to help. Check out these tips and ideas to help you teach the dreaded subject to your child in a way that you can both feel good about.
Our bodies are incredibly detailed and complex arrangements of cells, organs, and systems that have to work together to keep our bodies running. Sometimes, things go wrong, and diseases happen. These FREE Human Body Notebooking Research Journals give students a way to investigate and learn about some of the diseases that can impact our body systems.
Studying famous hymns is a great way to help kids learn about God and discover parts of history they may not be familiar with. This hymn study series looks at several classic hymns as well as some seasonal themes and helps you build your own homeschool hymn study with your children.
We’ve rounded up hundreds of Instant Pot recipes for you to choose from when you plan your family’s menu. There are paleo recipes, gluten free recipes, Whole 30 recipes, and more. Plus, there are seasonal recipe round-ups, round-ups by main ingredient, and much more. Planning your menu has never been simpler!
Let’s make language arts more fun with these FREE printables and resources. You’ll find reading comprehension templates, handwriting help, hands-on phonics worksheets, a punctuation board game, and more. Take a look at all the creative ways you can add some fun and variety to your language arts lessons with these FREE homeschool helps.
These FREE Leaders of World War II Essay Questions challenge your students to go deeper in their studies of World War II. For each of the twenty-five leaders featured, students will first read a short bio that is given. Next, they will reflect on essay questions about each individual, doing independent research as needed in order to form their opinions.
Are you working on learning the 7 Continents in your homeschool? We’ve found dozens of free printables, worksheets, unit studies, lapbooks, websites, and more that you can use to enrich your study. They are all broken down by continent, so you can dive in and start exploring!
Whether you enjoy road schooling, have a chance to visit a particular national park, or want to have a national park-themed staycation, these resources can help you discover some of the nation’s most breathtaking national parks. They explore specific parks, things to do, ways to learn about the parks, and much more.
Do your kids know what makes a mammal a mammal? Or why a fish is different than an amphibian?
From leaping lizards to bashful birds, help your kids learn about different types of animals with these printables, worksheets, unit studies, and more. Explore the corners of the world and take a closer look at the animal kingdom with these collections of ideas and resources.
Learning about the five senses is one of the things all children need to learn. Our world is full of input, and we use our senses to take in all the information. Explore this collection of free printables, worksheets, hands-on activities, and crafts designed to help you teach your child about the five senses and what they do.
Below you will find links for EACH LETTER of the alphabet. The resources will include free alphabet printables, ABC crafts, free letter activities, books and recipes all pertaining to the letter of the week.
These fun, hands-on alphabet learning activities will have your early learners excited about letters and sounds and learning how to write each letter.
Could you use some free printables to help you teach math concepts? I’ve found lots of free worksheets and hands-on activities you can use to teach long division, double digit addition and subtraction, measurement, rounding numbers, and greater than and less than. Come explore these free resources and take some of the stress out of teaching math.
Are you looking for some fun outdoor activities your kids can enjoy? We’ve put together a whole list of fun Messy Sensory Activities for Outdoor Play your kids can have fun with this summer. And the best part? You can just hose them and anything else off when you are done! There are ideas for mud, shaving cream, ice, and more!
Could you use some help making math more engaging for your kids? These FREE Mini Math Workshops pack a big punch into fun units. You can teach multiplication and division skills with superheroes, use a story format to introduce fractions, and focus on measurements and conversions with a special unit. These fun FREE worksheets help make math more interesting and less frustrating for you and your kids.
Modern history is critically important to learn and understand, but it can be hard to know where or how to start teaching it to our children. These FREE Modern History Activities and Notebooking units can help you present bite-sized pieces of history in a fun and engaging way.
Natural disasters of all kinds and sizes have impacted history since ancient times. Help your students learn more about historic natural disasters with these FREE Natural Disasters Notebooking Research Journals. They can learn about floods, hurricanes, fires, volcanoes, and earthquakes. Each unit includes notebooking pages to record key information related to the events such as when and where they happened, their intensity or magnitude, other interesting facts, and more.
Bring nature study to life (even if you’re not a nature-loving mom) with these FREE creative nature study resources. You’ll find cut-and-paste units, copywork, and unit studies about topics such as butterflies, ocean life, plant life cycles, and much more. Dive into nature from the comfort of your own home with these FREE nature study resources.
Help your students practice analyzing poetry with these FREE printable language arts resources. With Poetry Analysis & Copywork, they can study classic poems, learn how to dig deeper into their meaning, discover ways to improve their own writing, and more. Each unit also includes print copywork of the featured poem.
Could you use some fun ideas to turn everyday items into preschool art projects? We’ll look at six different art mediums your little ones can use to create artistic masterpieces. Explore this series of preschool art projects using markers, chalk, construction paper, watercolors, crayons, and collage.
Crafts can be expensive, but they don’t have to be. Let’s look at some of the great inexpensive preschool crafts you can make using everyday items you have around the house such as cotton balls, Q-tips, coffee filters, buttons, and toilet paper rolls. Your kids can try making cotton ball painting art, super hero cuffs, a Q-tip X-ray, and much more!
Kids love to build things! Help them sharpen their natural curiosity and their building skills with these Preschool Engineering STEM projects. With these projects, your little ones can build fun structures, simple machines, and bridges.
Do you enjoy lists? We’ve found hundreds of preschool resources for you, and we’ve broken them down into lists to make them easy to browse. Our preschool homeschool themes for you include colors, numbers, shapes, seasons, and more. There are fun games to play, crafts to make, and much more.
What child doesn’t love cute, furry animals? Our Preschool Pet series is a collection of fun printables, crafts, and activities all about some of our favorite animals – dogs, cats, fish, bunnies, and birds. You’ll find all sorts of FREE preschool pet craft ideas you can do with your little ones.
The world of animals is fascinating to kids, and what better place to learn about all sorts of different animals from around the world than at the zoo? Even if you can’t get to the zoo, you can bring the zoo to you with these fun FREE Preschool Zoo Animal crafts and activities. You can learn about lions, tigers, big cats, bears, elephants, zebras, Australian animals, monkeys, birds, and more. You’ll find lots of hands-on ways to help your kids discover the world of animals.
We’ve found lots of ideas and resources to help you bring reading to life for your kids. There are books and ideas for boys (including the ones who won’t sit still), books and ideas for girls, ways to use the McGuffey Readers in your homeschool, tips for early readers, and more. Plus, we’ve found free lapbooks, unit studies, and other activities your kids can enjoy that go along with what they are reading.
Learn about the strongest, fastest, smartest, and heaviest animals in the world with these FREE printables, worksheets, and activities. Spark a love of science in your kids as they find out which animals can move faster, carry the most weight for their size, and much more. Some of these record-breaking animals will surprise you and your kids! Grab these free science worksheets today!
Explore animals of the desert, taiga, tundra, rain forest, fresh water marshes, forest, and grasslands with these animal habitat resources. You’ll find printables, worksheets, ideas, and more. Take your students around the world without leaving your home and explore the vastness of the animal kingdom.
Could you use some free resources to help you teach about Creation science? Explore these incredible free videos, articles, and more that can help you and your children learn about the age of the earth, the global Flood, intelligent design, and more. Enhance your faith and your understanding of science with these free resources.
Notebooking is a great way to help children develop independent learning skills and sharpen research skills. It’s also a fun way for them to record information and take charge of what they are learning. This set of FREE Science Notebooking Journals helps kids explore the world of cells, biomes, habitats, ocean animals, and more.
We all have more stress in our lives than we’d like. This series on Simplifying in the New Year focuses on doable strategies we can put into practice to reduce stress and help us enjoy the families and lives we’ve been given. You’ll find tips and ideas for keeping up with the clutter, creating a chore schedule, purging and donating, and making a meal plan.
Explore state history one state at a time with these FREE State History Resources. You’ll find a FREE 7-page state history printable for each state where students can create a map of the state, organize events chronologically, and explore more of the state’s exciting past with writing prompts. It’s a great way to explore the history of the country state by state.
Teaching multiple grades, levels, and different ages can seem challenging. Let’s talk about ways to teach history, science, and Bible to multiple levels so we don’t find ourselves teaching all day long every day. We’ll share our thoughts about many different curriculum options that can help you reduce the stress of homeschooling multiple ages at once.
Help kids dig into various subjects and learn through hands-on activities with our FREE Themed STEM Resources. They can explore various periods of history, the arts, geography, science, engineering, holidays such as St. Patrick’s Day and Christmas, seasons including summer and winter, and much more. These FREE hands-on resources are excellent tools to help your child learn about multiple subject areas and have so much fun that they don’t even realize they are learning!
This is the perfect place to find Trim Healthy Mama recipes! We’ve rounded up more than 500 recipes for you and sorted them into fuel types and meals to help you make planning a breeze. You’ll find drinks, snacks, fuel pull meals, E and S desserts, E and S meals, E and S breakfasts, and crossover meals.
Would you like to help your kids learn more about the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces? These resources include tons of material you can use in your homeschool to teach kids about the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy, and Marines. Discover the history and jobs of these brave men and women with printables, unit studies, and more.
These FREE vocabulary copywork units are the perfect way to build skills in various subjects while sharpening handwriting skills. There are units on many subjects including science, language arts, history, and more. Your students can learn about colonial life, biomes and habitats, sewing, and so much more, all while developing their handwriting skills.
Would you like to teach your kids about the nations of the world but don’t know where to start? This series of worksheets, unit studies, printables, and more will help you share history, geography, and social studies. There are tons of resources and ideas here, and many of them are free! Let’s dive in!
Weather can be a fascinating subject, no matter where in the world you live. We’ve rounded up and created tons of FREE weather-related resources you can use to help your kids learn about clouds, thunderstorms, tracking the weather, winter weather, and more. There are free printables, unit studies, activities, and more.
We know the Whole30 challenge can seem overwhelming at first, so we’ve put together some tips and resources to help you succeed. We’ve also rounded up nearly 300 recipes and broken them down into recipes for desserts, snacks and beverages, dinners, lunches, and breakfasts. We’ll help you keep this simple so you can make the changes to your health you want to make.
Help your kids travel the world as they learn about incredible animals that make their homes in all sorts of diverse places. From the Amazon rain forest to the Australian bush, they’ll discover both the animals and where they live through free worksheets, printables, resources, and more.