It is very random, but we sometimes find poison ivy in our bushes in front of our house. I always kill the pesky plant, but it comes back about every other year or so. I like to keep the ingredients to make this poison ivy paste recipe on hand just in case!
Life Skills for You, a program through The Etiquette Factory, helps students learn anti-bullying techniques, character and responsibility, leadership skills, empathy, self confidence, and manners. It could be yours – FREE!
These backyard cookout games would be great for any outdoor summer event!
Donna homeschools because she believes in no busywork, worksheets, or workbooks.
Looking for “Back to Homeschool” or “Back to School” printables? Look no further! Here are some fun things to do on the first day of school!
A couple of months ago I placed in the Educents Dream Classroom competition, and with your votes, I won $200 worth of credits to buy curriculum on Educents. As promised, I am giving away 100% of the winnings to homeschool families in need.
For my ABC’s of Why We Homeschool series, I interviewed many homeschool bloggers and asked them to choose a letter and explain why they homeschooled, using that letter as the first letter in their reason. Here’s what Leticia has to say: Read more
These cats and dogs notebooking pages are great for a unit study on these furry pets, or can be used for any purpose. There are blank pages as well as pages with Bible verses encouraging good character. Use them for copywork or for taking sermon notes too!
by Caitlyn Stock of suzyhomeschooler.com
I homeschool my children so I can offer them LIFE and LEARNING experiences. As a child in the public school system, I remember a lot of monotony and redundancy as we did the same thing day after day after day. It didn’t really feel like living so much as going through the motions. It didn’t really feel like learning so much as memorizing and mimicking.