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Activities Inspired by A Charlie Brown Christmas

  That little tree, with its branch weighed down by the one red ornament…  It’s just not Christmas time until I watch A Charlie Brown Christmas.  This year we have been working on a mini Christmas unit in homeschool.  We had lots...
by There's Just One Mommy on Dec 15, 2015

It's OK To Be Ordinary Part 2

This is part two, if you missed the first part please go back and read part one. You can find it by clicking here.I ended that post with the question, So what do we do then? Well, I most certainly read and understand the different brands of homesch...
by Our Worldwide Classroom on Dec 6, 2015

It's OK To be Ordinary!

Is your homeschooling brand strangling your homeschool?I don't proclaim to be something I'm not. To put it quite simply I'm just your average ordinary mum doing what I feel is best for my kiddo's and one of those things is the choice to educate th...
by Our Worldwide Classroom on Nov 27, 2015

Minecraft for Homeschool, Speedpainting and Youtube: We’re Too Busy Learning the Real Thing

And by that, I mean learning so many things from Minecraft, Speedpainting to creating Youtube videos. My two girls (10 and 4) are so into it. They have been building so many structures inside their “world”, playing Survival craft and all...
by Entrepremom on Nov 15, 2015

Free Printable Thanksgiving Lunch Box Jokes

My daughter had so much fun last month sharing the Halloween lunch box jokes with friends at school that I have decided to share some free printable Thanksgiving lunch box jokes for kids to share... We have decided to truncate our feed to help prot...
by Artsy-Fartsy Mama on Nov 15, 2015

Homeschooling The Non Traditional Way

QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR CHILDREN'S EDUCATIONWhat is the best education to give my children?Which school should I send them to?Government/Public school? Private school? International school? Chinese school? Should I send them to school?What about homescho...

Free Printable Thanksgiving Word Search

I can't believe Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away. This free printable Thanksgiving word search is a great way to teach your children (or students) some Thanksgiving Day-themed vocabulary. It... We have decided to truncate our feed to help prote...
by Artsy-Fartsy Mama on Nov 8, 2015

Homeschool Rocks ~ Building Confidence & Over Coming Fear

It's okay to share a proud homeschool mothers moment every once in awhile on one's blog isn't it?Great, thought so!I don't do this very often but I think we need to. I think we need to celebrate the milestones and achievements of our kids. Mostly we...
by Our Worldwide Classroom on Nov 6, 2015

Taking Control of Your Day with The Ultimate Homeschool Planner

This post, Taking Control of Your Day with The Ultimate Homeschool Planner, was made possible with a copy of The Ultimate Homeschool Planner – Blue Cover which we were sent to review from Apologia Educational Ministries. I am an affiliate with...
by Day by Day in Our World on Oct 27, 2015

Facing the Crossroads of an Autism Spectrum Parent

    I worked for our local school district last year. I am the president-elect of our PTA and chair or co-chair of four other PTA areas as well as serve as room representative. I am that parent who tries to help and make their children̵...
by My Sweet Sanity on Oct 23, 2015

Hero-Themed Alphabet Handwriting Worksheets + 5 More Freebies

Here’s another education freebie, parents and homeschoolers! This one’s perfect for your pre-K and kindergarteners who need to work on their handwriting.  Don’t miss your chance to pick up these free worksheets! Hero-Themed Alphabe...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Oct 16, 2015

FREE Fall Compare and Contrast Lesson

Homeschoolers and parents, pick up this freebie while it lasts.  These Fall Compare and Contrast writing lessons will have your students excited to write. In this lesson, children compare and contrast the two pictures and use the Venn Diagram or th...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Sep 16, 2015

New School and New Bullies

Okay, this is the news.  I had talked about how I was going to take a break this year.  I had gotten so busy I hadn't blogged much this past year.   Now you believe me?  Ha!  I love to blog! Ryan tested into 9th gra...
by Meet Virginia on Sep 13, 2015

Sending a Child to School Does Not Make You A Failure

There is no one way to go about raising a child, including educational options.  Every child and family is different and the best solution one year may not be the best the next year. Unfortunately, our society at times sends out messages which have...
by Day by Day in Our World on Sep 9, 2015

Why Every Parent is Really a Homeschooler

This year marks my 10th year of home educating. We did not start off on this path with our older boys, but rather transitioned to it when my eldest son was entering 4th grade in 2006. Not a single year since we began this lifestyle has looked the sam...
by Day by Day in Our World on Sep 8, 2015

Busting 4 Myths about Unit Studies

Urban myths are rampant, and so are homeschool myths about unit studies. Here are some facts to help bust those myths!
by Hunter Happenings on Sep 7, 2015

20 Reasons Why I Love Homeschooling

If I was to ask you what it was that you loved about homeschooling What would be your answer? Last night I decided to write down what I loved about homeschooling. I thought my list would be fun to share.Here is my  20 reasons  why I love to...
by Adventures in HomeSchooling on Sep 3, 2015

Questions I Have Been Asked About Homeschooling

One thing I have learned in the last five years,when it comes to people who have never homeschooled they have lots of questions. They are naturally curious on how homeschooling works and they are not shy when it comes to asking questions. And I have...
by Adventures in HomeSchooling on Sep 3, 2015

New Year, New Changes

Wow, some big changes around here.  Can't talk about the details.  Just that there was a domestic violence situation with a family I knew, drove out of state to get them, did a stakeout for 6 hours, pulled them out, and now they are in a do...
by Meet Virginia on Aug 31, 2015

Free and Discounted Lessons on Ancient Egypt — Perfect for Homeschooling

Ancient Egypt is such an interesting subject to study, and if you’re a homeschooler looking for resources I have some for you today. Some of these are discounted, and one is even free.  Even if you don’t homeschool, if you have a child...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Aug 27, 2015


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