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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

Homeschool Super Heroes {Weekend Links}

This past week we had our first-ever “Best of Homeschool Super Heroes” Week.  You heard from some wonderful homeschoolers. But, there are even more great Homeschool Super Heroes. Our weekend links highlight some of our other Homeschool Super Heroes. REMEMBER: You can listen to ALL 5 years of Homeschool Super Heroes (74 in all) by… Continue Reading

Weekend Links – Summer Fun

Weekend Links – Summer Fun

I found these links after visiting several homeschool blogs in the Top 10 Tuesdays series.  Each one has something fun you could do this summer. Bug Unit with Eric Carle Books – Grouchy Ladybug Biography Reading Journal Teaching Kids About Giving & Serving Ribbon Play 5 Days of Husbandless Homemaking {what’s for dinner} Math Story… Continue Reading

Cool Math for Kids {Weekend Links}

Cool Math for Kids {Weekend Links}

Too often, kids don’t enjoy math because they don’t understand it. Today I want to share cool math for kids ideas you can use in your homeschool. I’ve tried to include cool math for kids at different ages. If you have a fun way to teach math, please leave a comment.  Click on any image… Continue Reading

Fun Fall Activities {Weekend Links}

Fun Fall Activities {Weekend Links}

Next week is the first day of fall, so why not try some fun fall activities this week?  Last week I shared apple activities with Johnny Appleseed‘s birthday this Thursday, September 26. If you missed them, you can find them here. Click on any image to get more details.     Question: What are your… Continue Reading

How to Teach Writing {Weekend Links}

How to Teach Writing {Weekend Links}

Writing can be one of those difficult subjects for homeschool moms. Even if you’re a writer, you might not feel confident to teach your kids how to write.  So I’m sharing some practical tips on how to teach writing in your homeschool. Before I share any of my weekend links, I want to give you… Continue Reading

Heart Science Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Heart Science Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Did you know February is American Heart Month? My guess is it goes along with Valentine’s Day. In honor of American Heart Month & Valentine’s Day, I’m sharing heart science activities for kids, as well as a few experiments your kids will enjoy. Click on any image below to get the instructions. Heart Video –… Continue Reading

Memorial Day Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Memorial Day Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

With Memorial Day around the corner…in another week – Monday, May 25th. I want to share some fun Memorial Day activities for kids that you can do this coming week, as you prepare for a very important holiday here in the USA. Click on any image to get more details. Memorial Day Writing Activities  … Continue Reading

Gardening with Kids {Weekend Links}

Gardening with Kids {Weekend Links}

With spring upon us, I thought gardening with kids would be a great topic.  If you have some other links to gardening activities for kids … please post it as a comment. Click on any image to get more info. Growing Worms – Kids will love this! . . If you would like our Spring… Continue Reading

Weekend Links – How To Homeschool with our Super Heroes}

Weekend Links – How To Homeschool with our Super Heroes}

How to homeschool is the topic we covered in Homeschool Super Heroes. We’re looking forward to sharing cool ideas from each of this week’s Super Heroes. Look here to see who this year’s Homeschool Super Heroes and how they can help you with how t homeschool. If you missed any of our Homeschool Super Hero interviews, you can… Continue Reading