Winter is the perfect time to snuggle up on the couch and dive deep into a good book with the kids. Here is a comprehensive list of winter read-aloud books to entertain, educate, and inform your children today. From picture books to chapter books, this list of winter read-aloud books will make you feel like
As a homeschooling family, we have had many opportunities to participate in amazing activities throughout the years. From field trips such as visits to the Fire Station or the U.S. Mint to Science Fairs and International Festivals, we have had our fair share of fun! However, as my now college-aged children look back over their
Let them catch your love of reading and model your reading behavior. Seems so easy. Not always. It works for most kids. Then there are those who don’t love to read. Maybe it’s physically hard for them to read, they have a learning disability, or maybe it’s just not something they enjoy doing. I had
Your home library can be complete with these twenty-one books to teach kindness. Ranging from unit studies to use in your homeschool to quality resources for mom, you are bound to find treasures for your family from this list. Teaching kindness is integral in the homeschool environment, and these resources are great discussion starters to
Many of us use a curriculum to teach history, but using literature to teach history can be a great teaching tool. I am continuing this history literature series with some of the best books to teach about World War II. Using literature to teach history illuminates the time period, helps integrate the history curriculum,
Have you thought about the difference between joy and happiness? Happiness is the reaction to something great. For a Christian, joy is the product of Someone great. You can have joy even when your life is in shambles and you are facing an uncertain future. Because you know WHO has your future in His hands.
Many of us use a curriculum to teach history, but using literature to teach history can be a great teaching tool. I am continuing this history literature series with some of the best books to teach about World War I. Using literature to teach history illuminates the time period, helps integrate the history curriculum,
My husband has a story. He was a struggling reader through his preteens. He was excruciatingly slow. But in his teens, he started building radio-controlled airplanes and flying them. He had such a great desire to learn about this hobby that he purchased a magazine and read everything he could on the subject. This is