Sparkle Eggs: a New Easter Tradition for Children

Looking for a fun, but Christ-centered Easter tradition to share with your children? I can’t wait to tell you about Sparkle Eggs! (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details) I’ve always found it easy to help my kids make connections between the Christian meanings and the light-hearted traditions that surround[Read more]

Six Reasons to Add Spring Mixed Media Art to Your Homeschool

Six Reasons to Add Spring Mixed Media Art to Your Homeschool

Looking for a spring-themed art option for your homeschool? Today I’m sharing six reasons to add spring mixed media art to your plans and how we’re including it in our home. *I received complimentary access to this workshop in exchange for my honest review. Please see disclosure for details. You[Read more]

Pathways: Faith-Based Language Arts Curriculum for Homeschool

Pathways Reading and Language Arts: a Christian Homeschool Curriculum

One perk of homeschooling is the flexibility to adjust and adapt our curriculum choices to best meet the needs of our children. We’ve enjoyed this freedom many times, but most recently as we transitioned from a relaxed language arts program to a comprehensive faith-based language arts curriculum. (I received this product for[Read more]

Meeting the Master Artists: Claude Monet Unit Study Resources

Planning to introduce your kids to master artist Claude Monet? I’ve got some wonderful Monet unit study resources to share with you today. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Claude Monet is one of the names that resurfaces in our homeschool pretty frequently. Because of that, we’ve discovered[Read more]

15 Favorite Children’s Books About Monet

15 Favorite Children's Books About Claude Monet

Studying master artist Claude Monet in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing some wonderful books about Monet that you’ll want to read with your kids. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. I’ve been blown away by the books we’ve come across while studying Claude Monet this month. Some are better[Read more]