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19 Thanksgiving Writing Prompts

19 Thanksgiving Writing Prompts

Thanksgiving is just one week away, so let’s integrate homeschool into your Thanksgiving celebration.  Today, I’m sharing Thanksgiving writing prompts to help you in your homeschool. If you scroll around on my blog, you’ll find other Thanksgiving activities for kids. Today is sweet and simple. . . 5 writing prompts to help your kids write… Continue Reading

Holy Week for Kids – Homeschool Activities

Holy Week for Kids – Homeschool Activities

Today begins Holy Week (or Passion Week) so why not try some of our Holy Week for Kids Homeschool Activities in Language Arts, Science or History (below). Or, enter to win our Skies of the Cross (Bible, Science & History activities). Let’s begin with our free Bible Scripture Reading Plan. You can grab a copy… Continue Reading

13 Ideas in Preparing for Easter

13 Ideas in Preparing for Easter

Easter is two weeks away. Have you thought about preparing for Easter celebrations? We spend so much time preparing and celebrating Christmas that we often neglect Easter. Easter is the most important holiday Christians can celebrate.  It’s the day Christ defeats death and offers each of us a way to heaven and God’s family. What… Continue Reading

How to Encourage Success in Your Kids Writing {Free Back to School Workshops}

How to Encourage Success in Your Kids Writing {Free Back to School Workshops}

Teaching writing is one of the most difficult tasks for a homeschool mom. Would you agree? That’s why I’m hosting a workshop to help homeschool moms encourage success with their own kids writing.  It’s free for my readers so go ahead & grab your seat right now. When you attend this Back to Homeschool Workshop,… Continue Reading

{FREE Writers Workshop} How to Teach Writing

{FREE Writers Workshop} How to Teach Writing

Since you’ve been reading my blog, I’d like to invite you to a writers workshop that can extend your homeschooling endeavors in how to teach writing. Are you unsure how to teach writing? Wondering if you’ll teach writing correctly? Not sure how much writing your kids should be doing at different ages? That’s exactly what… Continue Reading

FREE Thanksgiving Notebooking Pages

November has flown by for our family and Thanksgiving is here.  My prayer is this week will be one where we turn to God in total thankfulness … regardless of our current circumstances. Our family has had great highs & lows this past year, but we continue to turn to Him with a grateful heart…. Continue Reading

IEW Super Deal Extended {Tech Problems}

Several of you had difficulties ordering IEW, so we are extending the Super Deal and adding a little bonus . . . If you still have difficulties ordering, please reply to this email and we will manually enter your order. Technology is great…when it works! The Labor Day Super Deal applied to any purchase of… Continue Reading

Motivating Your Children – How to Teach Writing

Motivating Your Children – How to Teach Writing

Do you have children that complain about writing assignments? A few summers ago, I discovered (again) that giving my children a purpose for writing increases their motivation and willingness to fulfill their assignments.  It is also a fantastic way to teach the process of writing format through publishing. Many years ago, all three of my… Continue Reading

Your Children Can Love Writing & Teaching Writing is Easy Too {Guest Post}

Your Children Can Love Writing & Teaching Writing is Easy Too {Guest Post}

Today’s Guest Post is from Rebecca Brandt who shares about this teaching writing program, Institute for Excellence in Writing. IEW provides writing activities your kids will love. I have not spent a lot of time, lately…showing you inside of our school room. We’ve been busy running, playing, swimming, reading, but…for two weeks, we have been…….. Continue Reading

Labor Day Super Deals

Labor Day Super Deals

You have 3 days for some awesome Labor Day Super Deals Homeschool Super Heroes Bundle 5 years of all Homeschool Super Hero interviews (all 74 of them) for only $37.That’s 50 cents for an interview/transcript/cheat sheet. What else can you buy for 50 cents.  One cup of Grande Starbucks coffee is much more … $2.17… Continue Reading