Homeschool Unit Studies: What They Are, How To Create Your Own, + Internet-Based Resources

Homeschool Unit Studies: What They Are, How To Create Your Own, + Internet-Based Resources

  Unit Studies are when you choose a topic to research and explore, then incorporate all or most subjects to create a more interesting way of learning. There are several all-in-one curriculums that use the unit study format. There are also stand-alone unit studies you can purchase based on topic. You can read all about the differentRead more

How To Homeschool Your Disabled Child

How To Homeschool Your Disabled Child

  How to homeschool your disabled child when they are not merely “special needs”, but severely mentally handicap? What if they are not capable of completing worksheets, written assignments, oral reports, etc.? It can feel overwhelming or impossible, but it is easier than you may think! I have a 10-year-old daughter who is severely physicallyRead more

28 Books About Christmas and Winter For Children

28 Books About Christmas and Winter ffor Advent and Literature Studies for Homeschool

  I have curated 28 delightful children’s books about Christmas and winter (for those of us on my side of the world where they both happen at the same time). These are a mixture of Christmas (Jesus’ birthday), historic Christmas stories, and nature (winter) books. You can use the Christmas books for Advent and the otherRead more

The Fight For Freedom: True Stories of America’s War for Independence (review)

The Fight For Freedom: True Stories of America's War for Independence (review & giveaway) for 4-6th grades

  I am always looking for engaging and fun ways to teach subjects in our homeschool. Especially for history, I find that reading about it in story form is more exciting than just reading the facts & dates from a textbook. Well, what if there were a “textbook” that read like a story? The FightRead more