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Johnny Appleseed Activities – Apple Smiles {Monday Meals}

Johnny Appleseed Activities – Apple Smiles {Monday Meals}

Johnny Appleseed’s Birthday celebration is this Saturday, September 26. So, enjoy a fun apple snack and our Johnny Appleseed activities. This is so fun and healthy.  Yep, you read that right!  This is a healthy, apple snack. What apple snacks do you serve your own kids? I have a Free Apple Activity Guide for you. … Continue Reading

Summer Fun – How to Make a 3D Cell Model with Jello

Summer Fun – How to Make a 3D Cell Model with Jello

With back to school right around the corner, this is a fun activity to do in the summer.  Who doesn’t want to eat jello in the summer? Teaching about cells can be difficult, especially to youngsters who don’t understand concepts they can’t see with their eyes.  This activity will “show” your kids the basic parts… Continue Reading

Easter Crafts – Make an Easter Garden

Easter Crafts – Make an Easter Garden

I wish I had found this terrific Easter craft when my kid were young, but I’m glad I can pass it along to you.  It has a great object lesson to learn about the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Even though my kids were grown, I made my Easter Garden a few years ago. Now I… 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

83 Good Ideas for Valentines Day – Free Packet

83 Good Ideas for Valentines Day – Free Packet

Looking for good ideas for Valentines Day? What else could you do as a family to celebrate Valentine’s Day? I’ve compiled 83 Family Valentines Day Ideas (value $10) into a printable…just for you … and they’re free through February 17. You’ll receive: Top 10 Ways to Celebrate Valentines Day as a Family History of Valentine’s… 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

Super Bowl Dip {Monday Meals}

Super Bowl Dip {Monday Meals}

Last time the Patriots played Giants, I made this 7 layer dip. I used a cake decorating tip with sour cream to decorate. The x’s & o’s are black olives. Pretzel sticks for the goal posts.  For this year, all you need to change are the team names:  Broncos at one end – Seahawks at… 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 with these Super Bowl Activities. 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… 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

Valentine’s Day Math Word Problems

Valentine’s Day Math Word Problems

Here was my first stab of creating a printable…. math word problems for Valentine’s Day. I’m sharing it again. I have lots of ideas in my head . . . just need to figure out how to create it so you can download it.  In other words, I can draw or create on paper, but… Continue Reading