Help Prevent Summer Slide with these programs that are Free for the Summer! Reading, art, piano, math, coding, history, and more! ALL FREE FOR THE SUMMER!
These Bee Friendly Garden Activities are such to delight your child AND help them learn more about bees than the fact that they sting!
Beast Academy Playground – FREE Math Games for Kids ages 4 & up. Fun, simple to create, screen free, educational games for the whole family!
Must Have Money Conversations with your Teen discusses important money topics to have with your teen as well as a FREE Real-Life Finance Worksheet.
FREE Butterfly Garden Activities for Families includes free printables and fun ideas to take your learning outdoors! Create a butterfly garden, learn about their life cycle and more!
The House in the Cerulean Sea Character Mapping includes a summary, character lists, and free printable character mapping pages for use with the book. A freebie from Starts At Eight.
This is a collection of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax resources and printables. Including printables, games, unit studies, a fun app and more!
Increase comprehension & imagination by reading with your child every night with Story Tyke an online service providing FREE bedtime to your inbox Sun-Thurs!
One thing many families love to do during the holiday seasons is drive around and look at Christmas lights. You might even go to a place where you can drive or walk through many light displays. You can add some extra fun in with this FREE Printable Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt. Our family LOVES to […]
Homeschool Thanksgiving includes loads of FREE and low cost Thanksgiving resources for elementary grade children. Crafts, copywork, poetry, books, and more!
Celebrate Presidents Day with these FREE Presidents Day Activities! As homeschoolers we often ask ourselves questions that others may not, dig deeper into things that interest us, or even go off on tangents! Before I get to the FREE Presidents Day Activities I’d like to talk about the spelling of this holiday. Happy Presidents’ Day! […]
While I don’t like to put things in boy and girl categories, the reality is that this naturally occurs in our everyday lives. We often view boys as the tough, rugged, adventurous ones (and often read adventure stories featuring boys), and girls are viewed as more dainty – having tea parties and playing with dolls. […]