Free Marie Curie Online Unit Study

Free Marie Curie Online Unit Study Would you like to study Marie Curie in your homeschool? Combine history and science in this engaging online unit study as you learn about Marie Curie, the first woman to win the Nobel Prize. No prep, instant access, good for multiple ages.

Free November Notebooking Pages

Free November Notebooking Pages If you enjoy notebooking in your homeschool, you’ll want to check out these free notebooking pages that are perfect for November! You can instantly download pages for: Election 2016 Veterans’ Day Thanksgiving Use these pages as supplements to your regular studies or to work in some seasonal themed learning. You can […]

Washi Tape Craft: Chalkboard

Washi Tape Craft: Chalkboard This week we are sharing a super easy gift for a teacher or friend. My crew uses chalkboards for math drills and spelling tests. 

Living Books on the Gilded Age

Living Books on the Gilded Age Once again Nebby shares with us the living books she has been using to study American history. This time the topic is the Gilded Age. Subtopics include factory life, search industrialization, immigration and more. Books reviewed cover the range from elementary level to high school.

Living Books on the Civil War

Living Books on the Civil War Nebby shared with us once again the books she has been using for American History. This time the subject is the American Civil War. Books from elementary through high school age are discussed.

Edible Science Experiments {Book Review}

Edible Science Experiments {Book Review} If you’re homeschooling like I am, you may have had to get creative with the subject of Science at home. A lot can be learned from books or online, sure…but some things are just better when the students can learn by doing it themselves. So I have to suggest the […]

Living Books on the Build up to the Civil War

  Nebby from Letters from Nebby shares the books her family has used in their study of American history. This list covers the presidencies from Taylor through Buchanan and includes books from elementary school through high school. Visit her site for your book list from Taylor to Buchanan.

Math-U-See {Review}

My 6 year old started Kindergarten this past fall. I pieced together his curriculum from various sources, and was given the opportunity to try out the Beta level of Math-U-See. This is a program that uses blocks/manipulatives to give a hands-on approach to learning.

FREE Robot Theme Pack

The Relaxed Homeschool has a fun freebie for everyone! They are offering up a FREE robot theme lesson pack! This is great for Pre-k through Kindergarten. It features tracing practice, decease letter finds, color sheets and more! Head on over to download your copy!

Living Books on American History: Madison through Polk

In a continuing series, site Nebby shares with us the books her family used to study American history from the presidency of Madison through that of Polk. Visit Nebby at The Letters from Nebby for the complete article and resource list.

FREE American Pioneer Notebooking Unit for Middle School

Are you studying the early 1800s and American Pioneers in history this year? Is it on your schedule for next year? If this is what your kids are learning, then this FREE notebooking unit from our friends at Education Possible is something you’ll definitely want to grab. Don’t know much about notebooking? It’s a wonderful […]

The Snow Queen 5-day Unit Study

Think it would be neat to compare Disney’s smash hit Frozen to the story that started it all? Tonia from The Sunny Patch has a free bonus for her email subscribers – a 5-day unit study that compares Frozen and Hans Christian Andersen’s story, The Snow Queen. You and your kids will compare the two […]

Charlotte Mason Post Links

Nebby of Letters from Nebby shares with us a catalog of all her posts relating to a Charlotte Mason education. Can you believe Charlotte talked about everything from the nature of children to interior decorating? Visit Nebby at Letters from Nebby to see this extensive listing!  

Approaches to Homeschool

There are so many choices out there for homeschoolers; how do you decide what will work for your family? This post takes a look at 10 different homeschooling styles, sildenafil from unschooling to classical, and asks questions like “how do they view children?” and “how do they say learning works?” If you are just starting […]

Unit Study Posts

Looking for Unit Study Planners? We have a wonderful collection pulled together in a couple of places for you. First make sure to visit our Unit Study Board on Pinterest for more details and ideas. If you would like to contribute to this or any of our other Pinterest boards, find make sure you are […]