Teaching Good Habits to Young Children
It’s imperative when teaching good habits to children, to start young. Here are tips for parents of preschoolers and young children.
Teaching Good Scissor Skills in Preschool
In this article, learn about ways to teach preschoolers how to use scissors correctly with appropriate, effective, and safe skills.
Teaching Correct Pencil Grip
Don’t make the mistake of skipping over teaching correct pencil grip to your preschooler or kindergartener! Try these easy teaching tricks.
Teaching Kids to Write Their Name
When you are teaching kids to write their name, there are a few standard practices that you should know. Here they are, easy to follow!
Teaching Numbers to Preschoolers
Teaching numbers to preschoolers is so easy and fun, if you know the BEST ways to teach your child! Learn some tips and tricks here.
How to Teach Rhyming Skills to Preschoolers
For homeschool parents trying to learn how to teach rhyming skills to preschoolers – this article is for you.
Free Halloween Printables
From Preschool to High School, add a little educational fun to your Halloween week with these free and frugal Halloween printables!
Bible Verses about Persecution: October Copywork for Kids
Please enjoy these bible verses about persecution. Provide your kids some copywork pages for October about this topic.
Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples Day – Facts and History for Kids
These days, people are not sure how to teach kids about Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples Day. Here are some quick history facts for kids.
The Frugal Homeschooling Mom Blog
Hi! I’m Deana Hipwell, and I’m “The Frugal Homeschooling Mom.” I’ve been homeschooling on a budget since 2008, and writing on this homeschool mom blog since 2009.
I love working with families to find the right homeschool curriculum for them – on a dime!
I am a working, single homeschool mom of three. You can find me daily making intentional choices to nurture my own family’s journey learning together. And when I have time, I come here to share our successes and failures along the way, hopefully as an encouragement to others. You can follow me on social media or email, which I update as I can.
When I’m not creating or writing, you can find me running my teen to her part-time job or volleyball practice, my 10 year-old to dance classes, or my 8 year-old to basketball or baseball practices. When I have time for relaxation… wait, who am I kidding? There’s very little time for relaxation at this phase in my life. It’s a busy, crazy life, but one full of purpose and fulfillment as I work to be the woman God has called me to be.
I try to use the blog here, the FREE email subscription to encourage and equip other moms like me, who may not have the support or finances to homeschool without working full time and finding curriculum that is frugal, practical, multi-age, complete, and smart!
Please check out all the curriculum I’m personally creating for you right here, as well as all the free homeschooling curriculum, resources, printables, curriculum reviews, deals and discounts for your family on my site. If you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact me. I will try my best to answer you ASAP. I do love hearing from you!