Helpful methods for prioritizing tasks as a homeschooling mom, including practical ideas for surviving and thriving.
Looking for all the best homeschool blogs for frugal moms? Try these long-standing great frugal homeschooling and minimalist blogs.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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!
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 for a literature-based unit study. This collection of resources is perfect for homeschool but also the classroom.
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 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 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.
Owning a puppy can help your child learn responsibility, especially when they take ownership. Here are some reasons why and how.
I save so much money per year by making my own homemade cleaning supplies… Here are my favorite cleaning recipes:
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.