FREE Printable Mid-Year Homeschool Review Forms

FREE Mid-Year Homeschool Review Forms

How has the progress in your homeschool been so far this school year? Are you ahead of schedule, a little behind, or do you simply have no clue? Yep. I’ve been there too. After homeschooling for a few years and feeling completely unorganized around this time of the year, I had finally had enough. I [...]

ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays: Z is for Zealous

Christmas is a time that I have always looked forward to for the entire year. All the decorations, the excitement surrounding gift-giving (and of course receiving), the desserts and special fixins’ for Christmas dinner that we don’t necessarily get to consume the rest of the year, can make one giddy. Add in Jesus, the TRUE [...]

Letters from Santa UPDATE

Hi, guys!!! Thank you SO much for making the first Letters from Santa sale a HUGE success. As of the close of business on Tuesday 12/17, ALL letters have been mailed via the postal service. I spoke with the manager who assured me that even though they were running a little behind due to the [...]

Xmas vs. Christmas

Xmas Vs. Christmas

Welcome to Letter X in The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. This post is written by Misty from Simply Helping Him. Each year as my children get older they seem to come up with new questions. Questions whose answers will help shape their beliefs and who they will become. One such question that I [...]

W is for Wonder

W is for wonder

This post is for letter W in the ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays and was written by Becky from For This Season. When I was a kid, Advent took FOREVER and I loved every minute of it!  My favorite family traditions all revolve around the 24-ish days between Thanksgiving and Christmas day and the [...]

V is for Vision

This is the letter “V” post in The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Steve from The Husband of a Homeschooling Mom. Merry Christmas guys! It is that time of year when “..visions of sugar plums danced in their head.” Now, when I was a kid growing up, I did not [...]

T is for Traditions

T is for Traditions: ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays

This is the letter “T” post in The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Stephanie from The Multi Taskin’ Mom. Christmas brings so many thoughts to my mind. Memories I cherish and plans that I hope to carry out. The things that stand out the most are the traditions that my [...]

S is for Snow

Homeschooling Through the Holidays: S is for Snow

This post is for letter “S” in the ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays and was written by Emma from P is for Preschooler. Since it’s December and I live in New England, choosing the letter S (as in SNOW) seemed appropriate! Here are some fun ideas for learning more about snow!  You don’t need [...]

R is for Rest

R is for Rest

This post is part of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays and was written by Sonya from Becoming a Strong Woman of God. Finding rest in all the chaos seems to be almost impossible these days! Every year seems to get more busy and more busy. Its easy for us to get caught up [...]