Learning to properly make plural nouns from singular can be difficult because of the various rules depending on...
Learning to count will be fun with these little birdies! Have your child color the correct number of birds in...
Unless you have a budding biologist in your home, you may be wondering how important it is for your children to...
I have been using God’s Design for Science for over a year now and it has been the perfect science curriculum...
Being a “minimalist” when it comes to curriculum, I was not really interested in buying some big spelling...
This is another interesting infographic taking data from various sources. I found the survey of adults who were...
Ages of children: kindergarten, 2nd grade, 6th grade Number of Years Homeschooling: 4 years Curriculum: For...
In Classical Conversations week 4, we focus on creating abstract art. This is a fun time, but some direction is helpful, so I created these abstract drawing cards for use in class. I plan on giving the kids half sheets of paper, and either letting them draw cards randomly, or maybe putting numbers 1-6 on […]
Learning to properly make plural nouns from singular can be difficult because of the various rules depending on ending letters, and then English has plenty of irregular plurals, just to make it more confusing. There are three worksheets to print: the first has the rules for pluralization along with words to practice with, the second […]
One frequently asked question about homeschooling is “how can I possibly give my children everything they need for a good education?” When we begin homeschooling, or even when we have been homeschooling a while, we can fall into the trap of replicating the public school model in an attempt to ensure a complete education. This […]
A printable drawing and writing worksheet can be used in so many ways. For a child just learning to write letters, you could choose a letter each day and they could draw things starting with that letter, and then practice writing the letter below. As they progress, spelling words can be fun to draw, as […]
This is another interesting infographic taking data from various sources. I found the survey of adults who were homeschooled interesting, and glad to see the overwhelming majority were glad they were homeschooled and would homeschool their own children. It’s nice to see that several states offer a tax credit to families homeschooling their children. Source: […]
Learning to count will be fun with these little birdies! Have your child color the correct number of birds in each line. After coloring, ask your student to identify which line has the most colored and which line the least. Then you can cut out each line so that you have 5 strips, and ask […]
Story starters are a great way to get kids writing! Sometimes it is difficult to come up with a whole story, but a story starter can get the creative juices flowing. This pirate adventure story will be great for boys, but girls will certainly enjoy it too. Let your kids decide what happens as they […]
Tracing lines and shapes is an excellent activity to practice prior to writing actual letters. It’s an opportunity to practice drawing lines in different directions as well as proper grip and hand-eye coordination, developing the fine motor skills that will make learning to form letters much easier. Click the links below to open and print: Line […]
If you have a little one, particularly in the 2-4 year old range, and are trying to school older kids, keeping the little one from continually interrupting can be a challenge. I used to gate my younger son in his bedroom while doing schoolwork with big brother, but recently when my sister complained of the […]
If your child struggles with lining up numbers and keeping them the same size, multiple digit multiplication problems and long division can be a real struggle. Using graph paper to do problems on can be a life-saver. You can buy pads of graph paper, but it can be difficult to find graph paper with larger […]