Big Messy Art Camp [Today’s post “How to Host a Big Messy Art Summer Camp” was written by contributor and homeschool mom Michelle Habrych.] Summer is a great time to get outside and be active with the kids. It’s also a great time for the art projects you don’t want to attempt in the house due to … [Read more...] about How to Host a Big Messy Art Camp: Summer Camp Series
Today I'm introducing a new product. For a limited time (through August 15, 2020), it will be free! Then, the cost will be $5. If you are studying world geography with your elementary students, you'll love the Countries of the World Fast Fact Cards & Notebooking Pages! Countries of the … [Read more...] about Countries of the World Fast Fact Cards & Notebooking Pages
Who is excited about the Build Your Bundle sale this year? It's the premiere homeschool curriculum sale of the year, with prices up to 90% off! There is curriculum for all levels and all subjects. I'm a part of it once again this year! And, I'm happy to share below some Insider Pro Tips for the 2020 … [Read more...] about Insider Pro Tips for the 2020 Build Your Bundle Homeschool Sale
Who loves Etsy? I do! I'm thrilled to share with you today some of the best Etsy shops for homeschoolers If you are someone who doesn't know what Etsy is, let me start there. Etsy is an online marketplace where you can find three different types of products: homemade items, craft supplies, and … [Read more...] about Best Etsy Shops for Homeschoolers
If you're a homeschooler and haven't explored all that the site Teachers Pay Teachers has to offer, you don't know what you're missing! You'll find curriculum, printables, notebooking pages, charts, worksheets, lesson plans, lapbooks, clipart, audio lessons, video lessons, and so much more! Yes, … [Read more...] about Teachers Pay Teachers is for Homeschoolers, too!
Don't we all love watching movies? My oldest son is now in college studying writing and plans to go to film school for screen-writing next. Recently I learned about a new movie created by a homeschool dad with a cast of college grads who were homeschooled. Read below to read an interview with the … [Read more...] about How to Support Homeschool Movie-Making