The Reformation is a very important part of world AND church history. We are spending extra time on this subject because the 500th anniversary of the Reformation is this year. I’ve rounded up some FREE Reformation Printable Resources that are perfect for a Reformation unit study. [Read more…]
I love to give my kids seasonal worksheets as an occasional break from our everyday routine. These websites offer 100s of free Autumn worksheets for various subjects. Have fun! [Read more…]
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Y’all … two years ago I was homeschooling 5 kids, and now I’m down to 3. It is such a weird feeling after all these years of a full house! My students are in 9th (ds), 7th (dd), and 3rd (dd).
My two oldest now work for my husband, and we couldn’t be more proud of their character and work ethic. And for those of you who have to drag your kids out of bed every morning (like I did with these two), they get themselves up and out the door with no help from me. So don’t worry about it! Your kids can handle the “Real World” just fine. [Read more…]
*Disclosure: I received free curriculum for review purposes and am being compensated for my time. I am not required to give a positive review. As always, I am sharing my honest opinion with you.
My 14 yr. old son hates writing. And I mean h-a-a-a-a-t-e-s writing. He is not a creative thinker, and his brain tends to shut down when given a writing assignment because he dreads it so much.
He is starting high school this year, so I decided that 9th grade would be the year that we focused on writing. I was not looking forward to it until I stumbled across Apologia’s Writers in Residence Curriculum. Could it be the answer for my reluctant writer? [Read more…]
I am being compensated for my time on this post, and I am not required to give a positive review. As always, I am sharing my honest opinion with you.
When I was working on curriculum plans this summer, I spent half a day searching for a better way to organize my online resources. I gather lots of fun links throughout the year, which I organize in LiveBinder, but I wanted some way to easily access my plans without having to be tethered to my computer.
I tried to use Evernote for this purpose but ran into two problems: I have too many projects going on there and get tired of wading through them, and it is too easy to accidentally erase things. I finally gave up my search for a better organizer. [Read more…]