Free Homeschool Printables: Fall Pumpkins, Apples, Leaves, and More!

Apples, Pumpkins, Leaves, and just a cornucopia of fall-themed FREE homeschool printables!  While going through my emails, Facebook groups, and more, I’ve found these awesome FREE homeschool printables, and just wanted to share them with you! Read more

Frugal Cook Tips: Top 25 Dutch Ovens and Recipe Books

I am so tired of meals that get cold or soggy during the hours between the time I cook them and the time we actually get to eat them. Our busy lives require me to prepare meals earlier in the day, then eat them after our we return from our evening events, often at 7:30 or 8pm. So, this fall I’m going to be doing a lot of one-pot cooking, which will simplify things for me, and give my crockpot a rest. The recipes are usually so affordable (recipe roundup coming up next week on the best dutch oven recipes – watch for it!). Anyway, for now, I thought I’d highlight the top 25 Dutch Ovens and Dutch Oven cookbooks that I could find. Read more

From the Archives: One of My First Blog Posts EVER

Wow, I found this old post, way way deep in my archives of The Frugal Homeschooling Mom blog. It had been unpublished, and I’m not sure how that happened! It must have happened a year ago whenever I made a switch in blog hosts. I’ve found it interesting to go waaaaayyyyyy back into my blog posts, and pull up the old things I wrote.

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Free Boxcar Children Unit Study!

This review of the Boxcar Children series will help you decide if it’s a series you’d like to cover with your homeschool family. Included in the review are tons of FREE resources for you to use in a Boxcar Children unit study!

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A Need for One-on-One Quality Time with Your Homeschooled Kids

I have three kids, a ten year-old, a 4 year-old, and a 2 year-old. I think it’s important for homeschool moms to purposefully spend one-on-one time with each child on a regular basis. We overburdened homeschooling mothers need it for goodness’ sakes! It can really boost your relationship with your children to step away from the “homeschool mom” mindset and just spend an enjoyable moment with them.

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