What to Read: 11 Children’s Books About Henri Matisse

Do you have plans to study Henri Matisse in your homeschool this year? Today I’m sharing some great children’s books to help you learn about this master artist.  *This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. This list of children’s books about Henri Matisse has good reading options for[Read more]

12 Children’s Books About Marc Chagall

12 Children's Books About Marc Chagall

Looking for an easy way to introduce your kids to the colorful art of Marc Chagall? Children’s books are a great place to start, so grab your favorite pen and notebook. Today I’m sharing my list of Marc Chagall books for kids. *Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.[Read more]

Bible Belles: Real Heroes for Real Girls

Bible Belles: Real Heroes for Real Girls

*I received complimentary access to the Bible Belles series for review purposes. Also, this post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.  Looking for a way to connect your daughter to the heroic girls and women of the Bible? The Bible itself is a great place to start, but it[Read more]

8 Children’s Books about Rembrandt van Rijn

Looking for reading suggestions on Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn? Today I’m sharing some great books about Rembrandt to use with your kids. *Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. Oddly enough, Rembrandt van Rijn isn’t an artist we’ve covered in our homeschool art studies yet. We did, however,[Read more]

Knights in Training: Resurrecting Chivalry Through a New Generation

*I received a complimentary copy of this book for review. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. Chivalry is dead. You’ve probably heard that saying before and have sighed thinking to yourself, “it’s a shame” or “too bad we can’t do something about it.” The thing is that you can[Read more]

3 Easy Ways to Add Family Devotions to Your Day

Easy Ways to Include Family Devotions in Your Daily Routines

In a day where we have subscription boxes and activity kits for anything and everything you can think of, — family devotions included — I’m to the point where I think less is more. These tools can be helpful, but they can also be a hangup. I don’t know about you,[Read more]