When the seasons change, our family tends to switch gears in our homeschool routine. I never like to be stuck in the same rut. When thinking about spring activities for homeschoolers, it’s fun to think outside of the box. It brings excitement and a change of scenery, which is oftentimes all that kids need.
I’m going to be open and upfront here…I don’t like winter! I’m sitting here right now watching it snow and thinking, man, I’m ready for spring and planting my garden. How about you? It’s been so cold and nasty out that my kids are playing inside, and quite frankly, they’re going stir crazy. What’s
We all want our kids to grow up with good social skills. But sometimes the best way to increase these skills is not by hanging out with large groups of other kids. During winter, you may have fewer activities outside the home, or your homeschool co-ops and groups may have cancelled or postponed social
Pizza night is always a family favorite in our home. We usually order from one of the local restaurants, and everyone gets a say in what we get. (And bonus, mom doesn’t have to cook!) Once and a while we get adventurous and make our pizza at home. We have several different favorite go-to
Bring the snow indoors by engaging your kids in these homeschool snow crafts this winter! Whether there is snow piled high outside your door or you have yet to see a flurry this season, your kids will love these hands-on activities that will keep them busy for hours. Though adults may easily tire of
With the right homeschool volcano resources, you will be well on your way to creating a fun and memorable experience for your children! With the following fun facts and simple materials found easily around your home or at your local grocery store, you and your children will have a blast learning about volcanoes! Volcano
Summer is a great time to get outdoors and have fun learning (and the kids don’t even have to realize they’re soaking up knowledge). If your kids like sketching, drawing, or journaling, head outside with sketchbooks and have the kids jot down what’s special about God’s creation to them. If scavenger hunts are more
It may be the dog days of summer (Did you know that is a real thing, July 22 through August 22?), but hot cocoa is a year-round thing in our home. When I think hot cocoa, most times I think cozy sweaters, warm fireplace, snow, and the holidays. I previously wrote an article on