A Christmas Carol Copywork & Notebooking Pages A Christmas Carol has always been one of my favorite holiday stories. It has become a family tradition to read the story and watch the movie each year. This time of year can be a peaceful and beautiful time, even in the busyness, when you take the time to focus on what makes it a lovely time of year. Get your FREE copy today by clicking the download button below. I have always felt that taking time out to focus homeschooling and my home on the holidays always made for very special memories. Start a homeschool family tradition with this Dickens’ classic!
Do you struggle each Christmas season to overcome the over-commercialization of the holiday? I know I do! It is always a struggle to make sure that we are both having fun with our celebrations while simultaneously honoring the sobering truths of which this season reminds us. This is exactly why I created two Bible Study guides, one for younger children and one for older children, to help you refocus your family on the Hope that is Behind the Christmas holiday. More Than A Story: A Five Day Christmas Unit Study for Little Hearts The first in the series of Christmas unit studies is More Than A Story: A Five Day Christmas Unit Study for Little Hearts is packed full of Gospel … Read more
The Brainy Days special Thanksgiving Edition Calendar is FINALLY HERE! Have a full month of Thanksgiving Brain Teaser Fun that Your kids will love. Who doesn’t love a low stress and high entertaining quiz? Use it with one child, all the kids, or use it for writing prompts. This month will continue to inspire laughter for the whole family. Get the September Edition of Brainy Days HERE. Download the October Edition of Brainy Days HERE.
CTCMath is a Game Changer for Homeschool Math Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus…. Those words are enough to inspire fear in any math challenged homeschool mom with a high school student. When your child reaches middle school and high school, those of us who are not confident teaching math, want to pull the covers over our heads and wish it away. I’m a history girl. I’m a writer and graphic designer. My brain doesn’t compute anything above Algebra 2. How would I handle high school math? Thankfully, CTCMath saved the day! Homeschool Math is Easy with CTCMath Really…it is! I know you are doubting the ease of teaching your high school student math. What math curriculum could possibly make math a joy? Yes, … Read more
Do you employ a lot of YouTube videos in your homeschool? What about educational online games? I have a resource for you that is going to knock your socks off! I was just introduced to Streamable Learning recently. I was skeptical considering I have had the chance to look at quite a few online educational programs geared towards homeschoolers. This was very different and the price is right! If you are like me and don’t have the time or the opportunity to visit museums or even your local zoo, this resource will be well worth your investment. Streamable Learning will bring the experience of visiting an observatory, history museum, archaeological dig site, science museum, or even an aquarium into your living … Read more
Creating an Atmosphere of Thankfulness In a home with children, you are bound to hear snide comments, complaining and arguments. I decided to take action after hearing some unkind words and materialistic thoughts coming from my children. It was hight time to create an atmosphere of thankfulness to combat the chaos. I desired a peaceful home. While to many the behavior exhibited simply showed the average sibling conflict you see on a day to day basis, I did not want the weed to grow. Punishments only go so far since ridding yourself of an old behavior requires to you to cling to a replacement behavior. With that thought in mind, the Journal for Thankfulness and Loving Thoughts was born. A … Read more