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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

Olympics Activity Guide {Olympics Activities for Kids}

Olympics Activity Guide {Olympics Activities for Kids}

Finally… I finished my Olympics Activity Guide & Printables.  I started before the Olympics began, but “the urgent” kept crowding out my time.  If you want your FREE copy of this guide, just fill in your first name and primary email below and we will email our Olympics Activities for Kids printables to you.  … Continue Reading

Homeschool Christmas Activities for Kids

Homeschool Christmas Activities for Kids

Christmas activities for kids are so much fun to do in your homeschool. If you want your kids to love learning, try one of these fun homeschool Christmas activities between Thanksgiving & Christmas. Your kids will be surprised and have fun learning. So, I’ve included several freebies you can grab right now.  Just click on… Continue Reading

Baseball Fun Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Baseball Fun Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

Leading up to the World Series in October, your family might enjoy some fun activities for kids, all centered on baseball. If you have boys, they’ll love these ideas. Hey, my team, Houston Astros, will be in the playoffs. Go ‘Stros! A few years ago I found out that an Aggie was pitching for the… Continue Reading

Bean Plant Experiment for Kids – Update

Bean Plant Experiment for Kids – Update

  A couple weeks ago I posted one of my favorite science experiments while I taught 5th grade.  You can see how to set up your bean plant experiment for kids by clicking here.  Here’s an update after 11 days of plant growth.  Please post a comment and let me know how this science experiment… Continue Reading

Homeschooling in All Areas {Weekend Links}

Homeschooling in All Areas {Weekend Links}

Thought you might like some encouragement in a variety of subject areas as you homeschool.         Please vote right now for this blog by clicking here…thanks! It takes less than 5 seconds. (You can vote more than once, every 24 hours) Question:  If you have a blog post or encouragement in homeschooling… Continue Reading

How to Homeschool My Children {Weekend Links}

How to Homeschool My Children {Weekend Links}

A few links that will help you on how to homeschool my children . . . encouragement, tips for housework & homeschooling, free printables and activities. Click on any image to read more Hope you enjoy!     This webpage may have affiliate links. See policy for more details…. 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

Baseball Math – Games – Language Arts  {Weekend Links}

Baseball Math – Games – Language Arts {Weekend Links}

By the end of October, I am always ready for a break from homeschooling.  That’s often the week we would take a grace week.  Even if you can’t take an entire week off, try adding a few fun activities into your homeschool this week. In honor of the World Series starting on Wednesday, October 24,… Continue Reading

First Day of Fall Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

First Day of Fall Activities for Kids {Weekend Links}

I love the first day of fall.  Is it getting cool where you live? Today I’m sharing first day of fall activities you can use with your kiddos. It’s been a little cooler here in Texas, but I expect it to be warm at the tailgate this afternoon.  Steve & I are going to a… Continue Reading