Summer Fun and Freebies

summer fun
  It is another awesome time of year during which there are a plethora of free activities available to children and adults. I know that we all live in different parts of the world, but some things are similar no matter where you live. Hopefully, you’re able to find the exact program I mention or
Hey Mama
  Hey, Mama, I heard it through the grapevine that….well…that your house is a mess. A hurricane is more like it. Sure, your kids are clean and they eat really well (I’ve heard about your cooking), and right, so you spend a lot of time with them reading aloud and talking eye to eye, heart

Worldview Resources

christian worldview
  Last month, I poured out my heart for teaching kids to recognize the lies the world is going to throw at them. It is so clear from Scripture that we are not to be naïve about the wiles of the Devil and the worldviews of those who have rejected God. I’m sure there are

The Importance of Sleep, Part 3

  Sleep deprivation is not just prevalent in adults, our children are also not getting enough sleep. As homeschoolers, we can be a bit more flexible with our children’s’ schedules; but all too often, we can become more lax with their sleep schedule as well. The National Sleep Foundation, along with an expert panel from

The Importance of Sleep, Part 2

  My journey to not being tired, led me to read a lot of information about our sleep-deprived society. Sleep is not a bank. We cannot credit our bodies with hours of sleep in order to accomodate for sleep debt. In part one of this series, I shared my sleep journey, which included discovering I
sarah davidson
  My wonderful and rewarding Homeschool journey started late 2013. My daughter attended a private Christian Elementary school from JK to Grade 2. When she was in grade 2, she asked to be Homeschooled. My husband and I were surprised! What does a child of this age know about Homeschooling? We had been considering other
Hey Mama
  Hey Mama, Do you have a child who loves your cooking? Is there a particular dish he or she loves? You probably have no idea right now the memories you’re creating. Strong, strong ones. Fast forward 40 years from now. Maybe you’re gone. Or perhaps you live with your daughter and her family. The

5 Simple Homemade Math Manipulatives

  Using manipulatives helps students understand math concepts. The visual aspect really helps many students learn the material.   Homemade Math Manipulatives Because they aid in understanding, manipulatives are an essential part of math instruction. Unfortunately, store bought, ready-made manipulatives may be outside your homeschool budget. To help, here are five manipulatives you can make

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