The Ultimate Pen Pal Guide For Your Homeschool

The Ultimate Pen Pal Guide For Your Homeschool

Do you remember writing letters to friends or pen pals when you were a kid? You’d doodle in the margins, add stickers wherever you could fit them – you’d make that funny face from the aftertaste of licking the envelope and stamp. And then you would literally count the...
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...
How You Can Use Books to Inspire Writing in Your Homeschool

How You Can Use Books to Inspire Writing in Your Homeschool

[The following post contains affiliate links. Read my disclosures here.] From the moment children are born they begin to acquire language skills. During those first years you realize their little sounds have become words then phrases then sentences. They listen...
3 Unusual Types of Books to Add to Your Homeschool Toolkit

3 Unusual Types of Books to Add to Your Homeschool Toolkit

Homeschooling gives you amazing flexibility to think outside the box. There are so many opportunities to add unusual resources. Sometimes an idea that is not traditionally thought of as ‘educational’ can really open up huge learning opportunities. This was...