Some of my best memories of school is when my mother homeschooled me. I loved staying home and hanging out with my mom, but also learned so much during those days too! Are you thinking of homeschooling your own little one? Where exactly would you start by getting a curriculum to begin teaching your little […]
We all know that every child is beautifully unique. If you have more than one child, you will know that they each have little quirks and mannerisms that differentiate them from each other. Even if they have certain traits that are sometimes difficult for you to cope with, it’s all part of what makes you […]
With the presidential election just around the corner, it’s a great time to teach your kids about the complicated election process! That’s why Learn Our History created the fun, animated video lesson, “Election Day: Choosing Our President”. With this entertaining video lesson, your children will follow a group of time traveling history students who go […]
Learning how to cook is something we should all do at some point. There has for too long been a tendency to look on it as a housewife thing. Although almost every cookery show on TV features at least one male chef every once in a while, this idea persists. There are still more than […]
Why are some K-12 students staying home for the first day of school? Their families chose full-time online school powered by K¹², where innovative technology, the rigorous and engaging K¹² online curriculum, and a strong partnership between families and state-certified teachers provide a personalized learning experience. Online school might be right for your child if […]
Sometimes it can feel like pulling teeth to get your kids excited about history or to help them see the exciting stories that lie underneath the ‘boring’ information in their textbooks. But history can be lots of fun when we are able to bring it to life. If you homeschool your children and are having […]
A great way to start off the school year teaching your kids to manage their time and money. This set includes homework and test schedule, family chores, class schedule, daily checklist (morning & evening) and money tracker printables. Click here to get these FREE Mini Accountability Binder Printables from Thirty Handmade Days.
Get organized for back to school with this weekly chart to help keep your kids stay on track. Just print and place in a picture frame. They can use a dry erase marker to check off what they did each day. Click here to get this FREE Back to School Chart Printable from The 36th […]
As a mom we often have a variety of tools and resources that help us to organize our families. One of those tools I have used over the years to organize my mom world are Post-it Notes. Actually if there was such a things as Post-it note addiction I would definitely be diagnosed with it. […]
Great printables for learning the alphabet. You can use these printables with stickers, do-a-dot markers or anything around that house that an be used to fill in the dots. Click here to get these FREE A-Z Dot Page Printables from The Measured Mom.