Have you been following along with the Bible Brick Challenge from Proverbial Homemaker? Here's the May installment! (If you haven't jumped in on the fun yet, there's still plenty of time!) May … [Read more...] about Bible Brick Challenge for May!
Art and art history are two subjects that we know we should teach, but how do you add them into the mix? Easy - by incorporating them into things you're already studying! Art History … [Read more...] about Limited Time Freebie – Art History Notebooking Bundle
A field trip is always a fun way to add to your studies, but what do you really do with them? How do you get the most out of them? With this free journal from Thinking Kids Press, of … [Read more...] about Field Trip and Travel Journal
Some kids love learning about multiplication and grasp the concepts easily. Others need a bit more creativity to really understand it. Sometimes, just teaching it in a few different ways does the … [Read more...] about Multiplication Printable Pack
There are certain art elements that we think should be simple to teach, but they can be difficult to explain to kids. That's why I love the lessons from Kitchen Table Classroom! Art Elements … [Read more...] about Art Elements Printables: Foreground, Middle Ground, Background
There are some subjects that kids just tend to love. Sharks are one of them. I have yet to see a child not light up with excitement when Shark Week rolls around! Shark Printables That's why … [Read more...] about Shark Printable Set
India is a land of wonder to many of us, yet it's also one that many of us struggle to find great resources for. The All Around India Notebooking Series from Write Bonnie Rose provides tons of great … [Read more...] about All Around India Notebooking Set
Knowing facts about geography is helpful for many things, from booking travel plans to understanding the news. It's not always the most interesting subject, though! Now your students can learn about … [Read more...] about Sketching the 50 States!
Science is best done with hands-on experiences and visual elements, right? So now you can combine the two, without the mess, with Earth Science 3D Paper models. Get your hands-on tools to teach … [Read more...] about Earth Science 3D paper models
Anne of Green Gables is a classic novel and movie that is a favorite of many. Who can resist Anne's escapades? Anne of Green Gables Movie Unit I adore literature units that let my students … [Read more...] about Anne of Green Gables Movie Unit
Some of our kids know what they want to be from the time they're small. Others take a longer path, finding their skills and strengths. For creative kids, figuring out "Who is an artist?" may be a … [Read more...] about Who Is An Artist? Visual Organizer
Easter eggs and bunnies are fun, but for many families, Easter means so much more. With the He Is Risen printable pack from Proverbial Homemaker, you'll have 100 pages of activities to teach your … [Read more...] about He Is Risen Easter Printable Pack
It's spring, which means that Easter is almost here! You and your kids can celebrate with the Easter Activity Pack from My Learning Table. It's free for a limited time, so hurry! (It's only 99 … [Read more...] about Easter Activity Pack
Fighting and forgiveness can be difficult skills for kids to learn to work through. Well, fighting is one they tend to gain pretty quickly, but forgiveness can be a bit more challenging. Fighting … [Read more...] about Flashcards for Fighting and Forgiveness
As homeschool moms (or even moms in general!), we have a lot going on. Menu planning is a way to save your sanity! However, it can also be a great addition to your lesson plan. The menu planning … [Read more...] about Menu Planning Printables