How To Homeschool My Child

Category Archives: Homeschooling

All Things Summer Bundle Special (3 days only)

YOU GUYS! WE’VE DONE IT AGAIN!! We can’t believe the response we’ve been getting on our blogger bundles! {Well, actually, we totally can because they are beyond awesome.} Well…. you guys have been going CRAZY for them AND you keep asking and asking for another one. SO….. {because you KNOW we love you}…. Introducing Our… Continue Reading

Palm Sunday Lesson for Kids

A few years ago I took a mission trip to El Salvador. We had Bible School for 3 days and I want to share some of the lessons we did, so you can use some of this Palm Sunday Lesson for Kids in your homeschool this week. If you’re looking for a Bible study for… Continue Reading

What’s in the Bible – Jesus is the Good News {Review of Vol. 10}

What’s in the Bible – Jesus is the Good News {Review of Vol. 10}

I’m reposting my review because you still have a few more day to get each of my favorite Bible DVDs for kids, What’s in the Bible?,  for only $7.99 each. This sale lasts thru April 3, 2017. Let me share why I love these DVDs …and I bought them for my own granddaughter. How can… Continue Reading

St Patricks Day Activities for Kids & Recipes

St Patricks Day Activities for Kids & Recipes

Well, St. Patricks Day is in 1 week…next Tuesday!  How will you tie-in St Patricks Day activities for kids with your homeschool? Here are several St Patricks Day activities for kids and a few delicious recipes. Enjoy! St Patricks Day Activities for Kids  (Reading, Writing, Math, Notebooking, Printables) St Patricks Day Activities: Lucky Charms Graph… Continue Reading

St Patricks Day Activities: Lucky Charms Graph

St Patricks Day Activities: Lucky Charms Graph

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so why not have some fun in your homeschool activities with one of our favorite St Patricks Day Activities?  This one is edible, just like the recent Oreo Phases of the Moon homeschool activity. Quick Question Before the Activity . . . Would you buy a book… Continue Reading

Presidents Day Activities for Kids

Presidents Day Activities for Kids

Today, we celebrate President’s Day. Some of you may have taken the day off. If that’s the case, you can enjoy one of these Presidents Day activities for kids later this week. Last year, Ashley was teaching first grade to at-risk kids. I volunteered at her school and plan a reading, writing & art activity. … Continue Reading

Presidents Day Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Presidents Day Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Whether you celebrate Presidents Day or not, you can use these Presidents Day activities for kids as you study American history. This year, Presidents Day is February 17, so you have all week to choose the best Presidents Day activities for kids … Enjoy! FREE Presidents Day Unit Study Since we started with President’s Breakfast,… Continue Reading

Super Bowl Activities for Kids

Super Bowl Activities for Kids

It’s right around the corner, so why not have some fun in your homeschool with our Super Bowl activities for kids this year. Super Bowl Activities with History What’s the history of Super Bowl Super Bowl Activities – Art Fun with art during the Super Bowl Super Bowl Activities for Kids – Geography Use maps… Continue Reading

Super Bowl Activities – {FREE Printables & Activity Guide}

Super Bowl Activities – {FREE Printables & Activity Guide}

It’s Super Bowl Week – why not have some fun in your homeschool. Your kids will love you for it! So, you’re not a sports fan.  That’s OK, you probably have someone in your house that does enjoy sports…and it’s probably your son. Often, boys do not like school or homeschool. Why not take a… Continue Reading

5 Fun Learning Games for Kids

Is it hard to keep your kids’ attention in your homeschool?  Do you struggle to make learning fun? If you answered yes to either of these questions, I completely understand. I’ve always believed that kids retain more when they are interacting with the subject being studied. Plus, competition in games usually motivates kids to remember… Continue Reading