Through the years, many parents have asked David and I about family devotions– and even how to approach their own personal devotions. We all know
Printables for homeschooling
Things don’t always go as we want them to. Bad things happen and always will. Companies close. People move. What we once held dear can
Do you have elementary-aged kids that like to color? My oldest, when in 2nd grade especially liked it and often felt left out when I
Love. It’s a very popular subject any time of year. If you stopped people on the street and asked them, “What is love?”, you are
The holidays are almost over, and today is the first day of winter. Schoolwork and school days seem to extend farther into the future than
Unit Studies Have you ever considered unit studies for your homeschool? Unit studies are a great way to learn about a new topic or even
Squanto – Native American Interpreter and Guide Squanto’s story provides a wonderful backdrop to talk to our children about character. It is difficult to find
Do you have a preschooler this fall and need a curriculum? Many homeschooling parents get concerned that they will not be able to homeschool their
Next week, we will celebrate the 241st birthday of America’s adoption of the Declaration of Independence. For many of our families, that means extra family
This week as we take our “Monday Morning Minute” together, we are focusing our hearts on Prayer and formulating a strategy for it. In this
Encouragement and insight about starting your day off on the right foot through God’s Word, plus a free printable to get you started.
Before our children were even conceived, David and I had lofty goals for them. We have always prayed that God would use each one of
Today, I am sharing a FREE Color by Letter Alphabet Pack as a fun way to explore and learn the alphabet. My two preschoolers have already enjoyed these immensely and it received 4 thumbs up! Included in the pack are 6 summer-themed coloring pages that come in a variety: upper case, lower case, color and black/white.
Spelling. Many say this is one of their weakest subjects in homeschooling. But spelling instruction is actually VERY important to literacy development. Asking kids to