If you are looking for fun ways to keep your kids busy and learning over the summer you’ll love these easy to do activity ideas.
If you want to add more flexibility to your homeschool, you’d love learning year round. Here are tips for homeschooling through the summer.
Spring is such a great time to dive into some fun spring-inspired crafts to mark the new season! Here are 20 super cute and fun springtime crafts for kids!
The season for road trips is almost here! Traveling together can be a great family bonding time if all goes well. Road trips give opportunity for setting your own agenda. Traveling by car is often less expensive, leaving finances for other activities. Our...
Mix up your homeschool lesson plan by using an Unconventional Holidays calendar this year! Kids will love the fun environment these holidays create!
Looking for ways to eliminate sugar during the Halloween season? These candy free Halloween treats are perfect — loads of fun without the calories!
The autumn edition of Would You Rather contains over FIFTY clever, thought provoking, and sometimes silly questions for all ages. Kids of all ages LOVE Would You Rather questions! This booklet is full of 50 questions centered around autumn, Halloween and Thanksgiving....
Worried about the Summer Slide? Read some ideas to keep kids minds engaged through the Summer months to prevent that loss of learning!
July 10th is the official Teddy Bears’ Picnic Day, a whimsical celebration of our childhood stuffed toys, based on the popular children’s song. Round up your friends – real and stuffed – and use these ideas for an educational day of fun!
No matter how you like your ice cream–on a cone, in a bowl, or straight from the carton– National Ice Cream Day has found the perfect place in the middle of summer. So celebrate it! Share a scoop with your kids and take the fun further with these educational activities on summer’s second best holiday!
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Looking for Independence Day ideas to include in your homeschool plans this summer? Today I’m sharing ten incredible ways to learn about America’s Independence Day and the background behind it.
Summer is the BEST time of year! Being able to be outside without the bulk of winter coats is pure delight! Summer is an excellent time of year to participate in some fun family activities. There are so many things to do; I thought I would share some of our families favorites.
Get your free printable summer planner for homeschooling families that incorporates both learning activities and summer fun! Make the most out of summer with family activities.
Are you raising children who appreciate and value nature? National Get Outdoors Day is a great excuse for getting the kids off the sofas and into nature. Check out these five ways to get your kids outside.
Camping doesn’t have to be a big hassle. Make it more efficient and easy with these camping tips!
There are so many Easter craft ideas and worksheets to be found online, but using dramatic play in learning can be a more effective (and fun!) way of teaching. I’ve put together some of my favorite ideas for using dramatic play to celebrate Easter, using puppets, role play and more.
St Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays we all LOVE to have fun with! Make sure you wear green, or you’ll get pinched! It’s always fun to add a little craft or learning fun into that homeschool week to mark St. Patrick’s Day. To help with that, I’ve included 24 St. Patrick’s Day Craft’s and Learning Fun resources!
Tis the season to be… Doing everything homeschool moms always do plus 17,459 other tasks that the season demands. Oh ya, and get it all done without complaining, while covered in flour and bits of wrapping paper, and smiling and oozing warmth and appreciation for...
Cultivating an attitude of thankfulness is something we can work on all year long, but Thanksgiving provides an especially perfect platform to do so. Studying history -- at any point in time -- fosters gratitude by opening our eyes to difficulties, letting us step...
This Thanksgiving why don’t we work to give people something to be thankful about? Put the thanks in their Thanksgiving with random acts of kindness.