If your frugal homeschooling family loves to start the week with a focus Bible verse, I’ve got the resource for you! I’ve created some free Bible verse copywork pages just for homeschooling families (and anyone else too!) for the month of February. The theme is “love.” These are made with multiple ages in mind, so they’re great to use together as a whole family, one per week. I hope you enjoy them!
When it’s time to teach reading to your child, you want to make sure you’re doing it right. So much in life is dependent upon good reading skills. Not only will your child need to be proficient in reading for homeschool, they’ll also need it afterwards and throughout life, you know! If you’re ready to start teaching reading to your homeschooled child, here are some of the best methods you can use. Included in this post is also a FREE trial of Reading Eggs online curriculum!
Y’all, this FREE 2018-2019 homeschool planner and calendar system is the ultimate resource for homeschooling moms. Just like previous years, it’s black and white which means it’s easy on the ink! Each year’s addition matches seamlessly to the edition from the year before, because it’s dated AND perpetual. Frugal families like mine can appreciate that! The calendar is also a continual work in progress, built by request by readers like you who email me and request specific pages. I hope you enjoy it!
I’ve created some free Bible verse copywork pages just for homeschooling families (and anyone else too!) for the month of January. These are made with multiple ages in mind, so they’re great to use together as a whole family, one per week. I hope you enjoy them!
Learning how to spell is difficult for every kid. There are so many confusing rules that it can be hard to keep them straight, and homeschooling a child that struggles with spelling is hard! These common spelling rules and how to teach them should help! (more…)
Anytime I hear that magical four letter word *FREE* and homeschooling curriculum in the same sentence, it immediately intrigues me. With three kids who have vastly different educational needs, I’m always on the lookout for free curriculum that is still high quality and comprehensive. After hearing that Easy Peasy Homeschool is both free and all-inclusive, I knew I had to look into it.