By the time you’re reading this, it will be October already! This year has been nutty, and I can’t believe it’s almost over. If you’re anything like me, you’ve been thinking about the holidays, and quite honestly, they can be a bit stressful. Why? Quite simply, I think it’s because we try to do TOO
Ignite the fire of patriotism in your child’s heart with Fourth of July homeschooling. Look back at the foundation that America was built upon and encourage your children that we can move forward with renewed hope, faith, and understanding, regardless of how things look in our nation today. 4th of July Homeschool Resources SchoolhouseTeachers.com
My husband shares his birthday with Independence Day so when he was a little boy he thought all the Fourth of July fireworks were for him! Fourth of July really is for him! And you and me! We celebrate freedom on Fourth of July with great fanfare: picnics, parades, fireworks, laughter, and yummy food!
Father’s Day will be here before we know it so let’s gather our supplies together, make a plan, and create something spectacular for the man of the hour! Spoil Dad this Father’s Day with these fun and inexpensive Father’s Day gift ideas. Dad is sure to love these gifts! We’re Nuts About You, Dad:
As Easter rolls around, one of my favorite candy treats hits the shelves… jelly beans! Traditional, sour, theme-flavored – I like almost all of them (well, maybe except those weird flavored ones and black licorice). But jelly beans are so much more than candy when it comes to Easter and a great way to
The week between Palm Sunday and Easter, or any time near Easter, is a perfect time for a unit study. You can create your own unit study using the last week of Jesus’ life as a template, or you can use the one I have created for you. Each day, you will read Scripture
The New Year is here. A New Year provides us with a clean slate, per se. We use the New Year as an opportunity to change and to grow. We make resolutions about everything from our health to our finances. This year, I am making resolutions about our family’s homeschool. Actually, I am making twenty
Our mother country England has given us a rich heritage of British Common Law, the Magna Charta, and the best literature in the world. In addition, many of our American Christmas traditions come from our distant relatives across the pond. Christmas caroling, mincemeat pies, ivy, holly, and mistletoe all are adapted from English traditions.