Homeschool Organization: Books

5 tips organize school books

Over on my blog, In All You Do, we have been talking about Homeschool Organization this week. And today I want to talk to you about organizing and reigning in that ever-growing book obsession most homeschool families have. Organizing your books may seem either seem like a simple task or an overwhelming, heart attack waiting [...]

Friends & Heroes Review & Giveaway

Friends and Heroes Review

  I was given the opportunity to review Friends & Heroes DVD 1 and Homeschool Unit Study 1. I was compensated for this review. All opinions expressed are my own. What is Friends & Heroes? From the website..”Friends and Heroes is an animated children’s adventure based in ancient Egypt, Israel and Rome. The story follows [...]

Friendship – Love with Abandon

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An old friend contacted me. We’ve spoken once in the past ten years. She apologized for not being a better friend over the years, that she let go of a deep friendship and love. This friendship, back in the day, defined soul mate for me. We were best friends, but the friendship grew deep and [...]

“Peace-full” Homeschool Planning

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Summer, oh how I love you! From swimming pools to barbeques, vacation time to ice cream cones, summer is overflowing with many of my favorite things. Though many of us homeschooling moms might like to bury our heads in the sand and not think about school for the entire three months, the part of us [...]

Making Your Family Vacation More Affordable

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With a tough economy and tight budgets, family vacations are easy to put on the back burner or forget about all together. But the fun, the memories and the connecting that come from family vacations are worth fighting for. Here are a few ways to make a family vacation affordable. 1. Buy food from a [...]

Homeschool Moms Pick: Top 10 English Curriculum Choices

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Do you want to know how to find out which homeschooling curriculum programs are the best? That’s easy, ask a homeschooling mom who uses the curriculum! A few weeks ago, I polled the moms from our Facebook page and the Frugal Homeschooling Moms Facebook group to see what their favorite homeschool English curriculum was and [...]

July Activity Calendar

July Activity Calendar

I hope your summer is off to a great start! Are you running out of ideas for keeping the little ones busy? Print out this activity calendar for some fun, fresh ideas to entertain your crew on a hot summer day! Be sure to check out the recipes and notebooking pages that are included in [...]

Homeschooling with a Newborn

Homeschooling with a Newborn

My babe is only 7 months old & already I feel so blessed to have been given another lil one Another wee child to raise up & teach His ways. To encourage. To love. To care for. I had never homeschooled with a newborn/baby before… And it has been overall a pretty good experience, yet [...]

30+ Parent-Child Date Night Ideas

30+ Parent-Child Date Night Ideas

I never went on dates with my Dad or Mom. Not that I feel deprived, it just wasn’t something that was done in our house. My husband has always done what he could to take the kids out for a bit so I got a break, but it wasn’t until he entered full-time ministry last [...]

7 Summer Reading Programs {Free Printable!}

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  Most homeschoolers I know are on summer break now. We are enjoying our summer break, how about you? If you’re like me, you want your kids to continue reading through the summer and will need some motivators to convince them! I’ve rounded up 7 Summer Reading Programs with incentives for your kids to read [...]