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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

Reformation Day  {Activities for Kids}

Reformation Day {Activities for Kids}

Reformation Day is at the end of this month, so why not have a Reformation Party. We hosted a Night of Reformation (or Day of Reformation) several years when our kids were younger. Before I go any further, you might be wondering what is Reformation Day … Reformation Day is the day that Martin Luther… Continue Reading

6 Types of Notebooks { Homeschool Notebooking Pages }

6 Types of Notebooks { Homeschool Notebooking Pages }

Notebooks are an integral part of the Biblical Principle approach. So, let’s talk about some different kinds of  homeschool notebooks and homeschool notebooking pages. Bible Notebooks What about a Bible Notebook? How would you start a Bible Notebook? Start at the beginning. If your kids are little, find a good storybook of Bible stories. Let… Continue Reading

Teaching History from a Christian Worldview {Principle Approach}

Teaching History from a Christian Worldview {Principle Approach}

When you use the Biblical Principle approach for homeschooling, you’ll use a Biblical worldview in all the subjects you study.  So, let’s talk about teaching history in your homeschool, from a Christian worldview. In a nutshell, you’ll analyze history from a Biblical worldview. Michelle Miller, of TruthQuest History, uses 2 questions to see the worldview… Continue Reading

Staycation: Fun Activities in San Antonio Tourism

Staycation: Fun Activities in San Antonio Tourism

It’s that time of year again … time to plan a summer vacation.  If you don’t have the time or money for a long vacation, why not take a staycation? What’s a staycation? It’s a vacation where you stay home, staying in your home town & exploring it. If you live in San Antonio, Texas,… 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 Patrick’s Day 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 Happy St Patrick’s… Continue Reading

Homeschool Thanksgiving Activities for Kids {Weekend Links & 30 Days of Thanks}

Homeschool Thanksgiving Activities for Kids {Weekend Links & 30 Days of Thanks}

This weekend, I’m sharing some fun Thanksgiving activities for kids – ones you can integrate into your homeschool. Let us know if you have other fun Thanksgiving activities.  BONUS ITEM:  OK…this isn’t exactly a homeschooling idea, but I love the easy, free printable you can use to give your hubby. Question: What thanksgiving activities for… Continue Reading

Flag Day Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Flag Day Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Flag Day is next Saturday, June 14th. It’s very easy for me to remember because it’s my dad’s birthday.  (Happy Early Birthday Dad!) Flag Day isn’t a holiday that many of us remember, so I’m sharing some Flag Day activities for kids that you can use with your own family & homeschool. Click on any… Continue Reading

Super Bowl Activities with History

Super Bowl Activities with History

The Super Bowl began in 1967 with the Green Bay Packers beating the Kansas City Chiefs. It was always played on the last Sunday of January until it was switch to the 1st Sunday in February in 2002. Why the switch? It was all because of the attacks on Sept 11, 2001 and the television… Continue Reading

Homeschool Christmas Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Homeschool Christmas Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Christmas activities for kids are so much fun to do in your homeschool. So, I’ve included several freebies you can grab right now.  Just click on any image to get more information. Question: What Christmas activities will you be doing in your homeschool this month? You can leave a comment by clicking here. This post… Continue Reading