Well Planned Gal Here at The HomeSchool Village, we love organization and planning! So it shouldn’t come as any surprise that we are excited to be listening to Rebecca Keliher speak at the upcoming Tenacious Faith Women’s Conference since she’s the woman behind the Well Planned Gal. They cover everything from planners and magazines to […]
Free Kindergarten President’s Day Lesson Plan President’s Day is just around the corner, do you have a lesson plan ready for your Kindergartners? It’s important for even our youngest students to understand the history of America. The Presidents of the United States of America provide great lessons for our children to learn in history class!
Have you heard the awesome news? I think this is going to make a real difference for those of us that are either looking to sell our products or parents looking to purchase homeschooling curriculum. I just received an email from the founders of Educents, Kate and Kaitlyn, with some really exciting news. Until today, […]
Jennifer from The Relaxed Homeschool shared that they are offering up a subscriber freebie. All subscribers will get a FREE homeschool planner sent directly to your inbox! Don’t miss the opportunity to receive amazing articles directly to your inbox; as well as one of the most popular planners around for free.
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Does your family use Five in a Row? Pam from Everyday Snapshots has a free printable to help you plan and organize your Five in a Row Unit Studies. If you’s like more help to see if FIAR would be a good fit for your family read more about how Pam uses FIAR unit studies […]
Do you have any soon-to-be high schoolers in your home? High school can be a stressful transition for homeschooling families. There are many things to consider, illness requirements to meet and records to keep. Jolanthe at Homeschool Creations has created a high school planning sheet to help you get prepared.
Writing lesson plans can take a lot of time. If you need some help with keeping your plan organized, vialis 40mg Ticia has a great post about getting your lesson plans in order so you can save time. She walks you through how she plans lessons for her children, how she organizes those plans and […]
Pinterest and homeschooling are a match made in heaven, cure but for some the task of organizing Pinterest to work for their homeschool is daunting. Come be encouraged as Sharla walks you through a simple way to organize your homeschool resources using Pinterest: Using Pinterest in Homeschooling.
I’m getting excited because it’s my favorite time of year. You know, the time of year where you start seriously thinking about that awesome homeschool convention you will attend and what curriculum you will select for next year. It’s one of my favorite parts of homeschooling…knowing that I get to make this choice without […]
As much as I like to keep a journal and touch things, unhealthy I have found that a digital record keeping system is so much easier to organize. Hop over and see how Trisha organizes her homeschool without paper in Help with Organizing Your School Year. Looking for great Homeschool Deals?
Right now it’s not even back-to-school time, but when I saw this post I could smell the very scent of new pencils. Doesn’t it just make you smile? Ok, maybe I’m a little quirky about back-to-school time. Seriously though, these tips are excellent for planning the new year, but what if you are in the […]