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April 26, 2017

Stomp Rocket Science: Free Lesson Plan and a Giveaway

After being cooped up all winter with textbooks and indoor activities, even moms get spring fever! With the sun starting to make its debut and the weather […]
December 27, 2016

Free New Years Resolution Printables for Kids

It’s almost the New Year, and it’s the best time to celebrate a new beginning. And for kids ages 6-12, this is the perfect stage to learn to make resolutions.

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December 20, 2016

Free Printable Christmas Activities for Upper Elementary Students

These fun FREE printables are best suited for grades 4-6 and include a cryptogram, word search and maze.

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November 16, 2016

Free Thanksgiving Unit Study Guide

This free Thanksgiving Unit Study guide contains some of the best resources for putting together your own theme unit to use in your homeschool. Ok, not just "some." There's actually nearly 100 resources ... and they are all FREE!
November 10, 2016

Free Thanksgiving Kindergarten Skills Printables

The holidays are a upon us and you know what that means…..more fun, free printables for homeschooling!

This fun and FREE Thanksgiving-themed printable worksheet package includes 5 pages to help your little one develop hand-eye coordination, find motor and counting skills.

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July 26, 2016

The Best Books for New Homeschoolers

For parents who are newcomers to homeschooling or are just considering the idea, how-to books can be goldmines of information. The trick is to glean what […]
July 21, 2016

Free Online Resources for Teaching Geography and a Giveaway!

We know the words "fun" and "Geography" don't generally go together. But we bet you'd agree that they should! Get great ideas for a geography-rich classroom, discover lessons and activities to help increase your kid's knowledge on geography!

July 20, 2016

Free Printable Homeschool Planner Worksheet for High School

One of the most common struggles parents face when homeschooling high schoolers is helping them learn how to manage their time and priorities effectively. It's a skill that will help them now and later in life.Teaching your child how to organize and manage his or her time is one of the most valuable skills you can teach. Not only will it help prepare them for college and work, but it will also give them a sense of security and control in knowing exactly what is expected each day.

It took a bit of trial and error but by the time my oldest daughter was in her "junior" year (I use the term loosely. I know you homeschool parents know what I mean, though), we finally found a system that worked for us. Based on what I created for my own children, I worked with a designer (because, no, I'm really not good at fancy graphic design) to make one for you and your high schooler.

February 11, 2016

Awesome New Magic School Science Club Kits

SPECIAL OFFER: Through the end of the week you can receive 50% OFF a year’s subscription through Educents… and FREE shipping in the Continental United States! […]