This is a collection of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax resources and printables. Including printables, games, unit studies, a fun app and more!
Magnets and Magnetism offer a ton of fun hands on science experiments that you can easily do in your home. Here we have collected some resources to help you along in your study of magnets and magnetism. Magnets and Magnetism Facts Magnets are objects that produce an area of magnetic force called a magnetic field.(…)
This Learning About Johnny Appleseed and Apples Unit includes information, recipes, activities, book lists, videos, and printables! Learn about the apple life cycle, make applesauce and more!
Teaching Seasons and Months Using A Busy Year is a collection of mostly FREE resources for teaching seasons and months based on this wonderful picture book.
For whatever reason I love teaching Ancient History. Maybe it’s the incredible way they built things like the pyramids, or intrigue with how different things were then, whatever it is, Ancient History can be a really fun and hands on learning experience. Here I have collected some fabulous resources to get you starting on your(…)
The Winter Olympics are fast approaching! I remember doing a unit study with the kids for the last Winter Olympics and I loved it so much – More than they did I am pretty sure! One thing I love about unit studies is the chance to spend so much time on a subject, really getting(…)
We can’t learn enough about horses in our house! Everything is horse related, from horse coloring, to horse movies, horse stories, horseback riding lessons, 4-H club, and even horse apparel. Not only are we doing equine science as our science this year, but we are also using some other horse stories and books for some(…)
Have you ever tried a unit study? Do you like the idea of immersing yourself and your kids in a country and culture? Using this Switzerland Unit Study you can not only learn about cuckoo clocks, cooking, learning about cheese, Swiss history (including the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland), and geography, but you go on a(…)
Martin Luther King Jr. was a leader in the civil rights movement in the United States. He paved the way for others coming after him and left a legacy that shouldn’t be forgotten. Learn all about Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement with this Martin Luther King Jr Online Unit Study. Martin(…)
One of my favorite science topics is the human body. I am so fascinated with how it all works. The Skeletal System is one of the body systems that is so fun to play with and learn about in a hands on manner. I have gathered tons of resources on the Skeletal System throughout my(…)
Adding art to our homeschool has always been something I struggle with. It isn’t that I don’t like art, or that I don’t see the importance of art. Truly, I just struggle with art myself – trust me, you don’t want to see me try and draw a person! Since I struggle so much myself,(…)
Want to create fabulous firework art for a special holiday like Memorial Day, the 4th of July, or New Years? Check out this fun and simple way to create fireworks of your own! Using a few simple supplies your kids can create scratch art fireworks to celebrate anything! These are great for creating around some(…)