5 Ways Homeschoolers Can Celebrate Library Lover’s Day

5 Ways Homeschoolers Can Celebrate Library Lover’s Day

Everyone knows that February 14th is Valentine’s Day, but did you know it’s also Library Lover’s Day? Library Lover’s Day is a wonderful day to spend a day centered around the library! 1. Write Letters to Librarians Sit down with your kids and...
Homeschool Mom Me Time: Making Time for Yourself

Homeschool Mom Me Time: Making Time for Yourself

As homeschool moms we rarely get time away. “Me time” is desired, but not frequent. The kids need to be driven to activities, taught how to read, and comforted when life doesn’t go their way. That doesn’t mean we don’t need time to...
10 Reasons You Need a 4-Day Homeschool Week

10 Reasons You Need a 4-Day Homeschool Week

Are you thinking of changing your homeschool from the traditional 5-day week to a 4-day week, but wondering what you would do with an extra day? Here are 10 ways to use that day to add organization and fun to your home. 10 Reasons You Need a 4-Day Week 1. Day for...
Top 10 Ways to Drill Math Facts

Top 10 Ways to Drill Math Facts

Let’s face it, learning math facts is important. Kids will have trouble with math and algebra without their facts memorized. Thankfully there are many ways to memorize math facts. 10 Ways to Drill Math Facts   1. Flashcards Flashcards are the old standby....
Top Ten Writing Topics About Outer Space for Kids

Top Ten Writing Topics About Outer Space for Kids

Are you looking for fun and different writing topics for your kids? Try writing about space. Space gives kids room to dream and imagine. So encourage your children to use these ten space writing topics as launching points for reports or imaginative stories. Ten Space...