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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

What is Memorial Day {Activities for Kids}

What is Memorial Day {Activities for Kids}

I’ve included some links below to help your family discover & learn what is Memorial Day. You might also choose an event (like Iwo Jima, pic below) to research.  Learn what happened and how that event impacted our freedom.  See how that ties into our celebration of Memorial Day. Memorial Day History How To Mail… Continue Reading

9 Fall Activities for Kids with 9 Fall Books

9 Fall Activities for Kids with 9 Fall Books

I had so much fun looking for fall books you can read with your kids. Some of these are ones we read together as a family when my kids were young. And to make this post more helpful to homeschoolers, I’ve includes fall activities for kids that you can use with each book. It’s like… Continue Reading

Patriotic Books with Flag Day & 4th of July Activities for Kids

Patriotic Books with Flag Day & 4th of July Activities for Kids

I don’t know about you, but we were always reading in the summer.  Even though we took a break from formal homeschooling, we still learned.  Why not learn more about Flag Day, 4th of July (Independence Day) by reading patriotic books the next few weeks? Even if you don’t have time to read these books… 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

Easter Activities {Weekend Links}

Easter Activities {Weekend Links}

Since I’ve shared terrific resources for getting ready for Easter, I thought we’d offer a few links to other helpful Easter activities.  We’ll start with a really fun one. . . walking on raw eggs! When our kids were growing up, we read specific Scripture during Passion Week. If you’d like our list of verses… Continue Reading

Super Bowl Activities – Can You Really Do Art with Football?

Super Bowl Activities – Can You Really Do Art with Football?

Of course you can! Find pictures of football logos and other logos on the web. Talk about what makes a good logo. Then let your kids draw a new logo for one of the NFL teams. Be sure to have plenty of scrap paper for sketches, as well as lots of colored markers to make… 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

Football, Super Bowl & Geography – Super Bowl Activities

Football, Super Bowl & Geography – Super Bowl Activities

It’s Super Bowl Week – so why not have fun in your homeschool. Your kids will love you for it! Try one or more of these Geography Super Bowl activities this week, integrating Super Bowl and football into your plans. A good outline map of the United States is included in our free Super Bowl… Continue Reading

Super Bowl Activities with Math…& Other Homeschool Math Ideas

Super Bowl Activities with Math…& Other Homeschool Math Ideas

With Super Bowl around the corner, why not try some fun Super Bowl math activities for kids ???  Your kids will love having fun with math and football. Here are some fun ways to use the Super Bowl while teaching homeschool math to the kids. – Graph each Super Bowl champion team and the number… Continue Reading