Ready for Back to School
Get your kids excited about going back to school by using this little readiness sheet to track their goals for the upcoming year. Goal planning is an essential skill to learn, and as they get older, it will be a necessity once tasks become heavier.
Family Adventure Challenge
Are you ready to take the Family Adventure Challenge with us? Get your summer gear and your camera and start capturing those fun summer moments with your family. We want to come along with you so share your summer activities with kids on social media using the hashtag #TCSsummer2021 and show us how YOU do summer! We’ll be sharing our own adventures with you too!
Music – More Than Meets the Ears
At first thought, what may come to mind about music is that it is enjoyable to listen to and a good idea for homeschoolers to learn as it can help with math. But did you know that learning and playing music also opens doors to new worlds, skills, and opportunities? Take a look at some of the areas you can explore by beginning or continuing with learning music.
The Creative Side of Charlotte Mason Learning
These words are what Charlotte Mason used to describe what homeschooling should be. It’s about more than just books and facts but rather teaching your children the ideas to run with as they explore and discover the things around them. A child learns so much from their home environment, and it is a privilege for parents to be able to teach them at home where learning can happen together as a family. As you share this journey of homeschooling with each other, you work together to build good habits, character, as well as academic skills.
5 Senses of Summer Scavenger Hunt
Summer is all about the warmer weather, beautiful gardens, and fun outdoors. Help your little ones take full advantage of everything summer has to offer by experiencing it with all five senses. By teaching our kids to appreciate all the 5 senses, we encourage them to look at life in different ways and develop a deeper appreciation for the things around us. In turn, as they grow with these skills, they will learn to approach new experiences with an even more open mind.
Homemade Flowers for Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is a chance to refresh and find encouragement. You can help brighten mom’s day by creating a beautiful bouquet this Mother’s Day with this easy craft. All you need is a few simple items, and you’ll have a gift ready to give.
Homemade Sidewalk Chalk
Spring is in the air! And what a beautiful season it is to enter into after a long winter of being cooped up inside. Children always seem so excited to be outside when spring hits and can spend many hours out there. Here is a little DIY craft to do with your children which can encourage them to get outside and make some beautiful artwork with this homemade sidewalk chalk.
A Craft to Tell the Easter Story
Have your little ones share the good news with this simple craft. Once completed, your child can use it as a teaching tool to tell others about the death and resurrection of Jesus. This will allow them to practice learning scripture or telling the Easter story in their own words