Helpful methods for prioritizing tasks as a homeschooling mom, including practical ideas for surviving and thriving.
25 Great Homeschool Blogs for Frugal Moms
Looking for all the best homeschool blogs for frugal moms? Try these long-standing great frugal homeschooling and minimalist blogs.
The Best Father’s Day Books to Read with Your Child
This homeschool mom has hand-picked some of the best Father’s Day Books to read with your child. Sit down with Dad, Grandpa, or a father figure, and enjoy them together.
Homeschooling Tips and Tricks: Homeschool Conference Survival
Take heed of these homeschooling tips and tricks when it’s time for your homeschool conference. Here I explain ways of saving money at the vendor booths.
Why You Should Read Charlotte’s Web with Your Kids
Wondering why you should read Charlotte’s Web in your homeschool? Here are some reasons why I believe the book is a great choice for grades 2-5.
FREE: “The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe” Novel study
Grab all the kids in grades 3-7 and work on this FREE The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe novel study for homeschool – all together, side by side!
How to Use Cloth Diapers in 7 Easy Steps
There are many good reasons to use cloth diapers over disposable ones. Here is how to use cloth diapers in 7 easy steps. It’s not as scary as you may think!
FREE Boxcar Children Activities for Unit Study
Try these free Boxcar Children activities for a unit study, homeschool or classroom lessons, or just for fun story extension ideas.
FREE Indian in the Cupboard Lesson Plans
FREE Indian in the Cupboard lesson plans for a literature-based unit study. This collection of resources is perfect for homeschool but also the classroom.
FREE Charlotte’s Web Unit Study
A Charlotte’s Web unit study perfect for homeschool, classroom, or thematic novel study. The book study resources listed in this post are all FREE!
Encouraging Diligent Behavior + Bible Verse Copywork Pages for August
Encouraging diligent behavior is a big challenge in homeschooling. Here are ways to build this character trait in your child and Bible verses to help.
Homeschool Mom Depression: How to Cope
Homeschool mom depression is a real thing. It can come and go, it can be mild or debilitating. You are not alone, and there are healthy, manageable ways to cope.
How Owning a Puppy Can Help Your Child Learn Responsibility
Owning a puppy can help your child learn responsibility, especially when they take ownership. Here are some reasons why and how.
Homemade Cleaning Supplies that Save You Money
I save so much money per year by making my own homemade cleaning supplies… Here are my favorite cleaning recipes:
If My Homeschooled Child Needs to Transition to Public School: A Letter to Her Teacher
A poignant letter from a homeschool mom to her child’s new teacher in the event her homeschooled child needs to transition to public school.