Free Holiday Fact Cards for Thanksgiving and Christmas

Free Holiday Fact Cards for Thanksgiving and Christmas

Did you know turkeys can run 20 miles per hour? Or that the tallest Christmas tree ever displayed was a whopping 221 feet tall? Did you realize that November is not National Turkey Month? (What?!) Grab your free copy of these printable fact cards and enjoy some quirky...
Medieval Activities for Middle School

Medieval Activities for Middle School

If you’re studying the Middle Ages in your homeschool, don’t just teach your older kids about this era, engage them by adding some fun medieval activities for middle school to your lesson plans. It’s easy to make history interactive when you’re...
Creating a World Geography Curriculum

Creating a World Geography Curriculum

Make a World Geography Curriculum work for you by creating one yourself! Why Create a World Geography Curriculum Sometimes the options for the curriculum can be overwhelming. There are so many great choices out there to guide your family in a study of World Geography,...
How to Create a Homeschool Unit Study

How to Create a Homeschool Unit Study

Creating a homeschool unit study doesn’t have to be hard. Here are some tips for creating your own. Have you heard of unit studies? Have you purchased a homeschool unit study curriculum lesson before? Have you tried planning your own? Unit studies are the...
Why Learning Geography in Your Homeschool is Foundational

Why Learning Geography in Your Homeschool is Foundational

As homeschooling families, we have an opportunity to both broaden our children’s horizons and give them strong foundations! We give our children a great gift when we foster that innate love of learning that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. We prepare...
The Easiest Way to Supplement Homeschool History

The Easiest Way to Supplement Homeschool History

Have you ever noticed that most United States history courses tend to study the same people, over and over again? While there’s usually a reason we learn about those particular historical figures, learning about only those players in history tends to leave us with a...