History Through Immersion: Medieval England Unit Study

History Through Immersion: Medieval England Unit Study

Are you planning to study the Middle Ages in your homeschool? If so, you’re in the right place. I’ve got a fantastic Medieval England Unit Study to share with you today. *I received a free copy of Time Capsule: Medieval England for review. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for[Read more]

Homeschool Inspiration: Charlotte Mason Quotes, Prints, & Phone Backgrounds

Free Charlotte Mason Printables - 8 Downloadable prints with matching phone backgrounds

Looking for some inspiration and encouragement for your homeschool journey? Today I’m sharing some of my favorite Charlotte Mason quotes with you. Better yet, I’ve created graphics for social sharing, phone backgrounds, and printables with these quotes. *Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details Most of these quotes are[Read more]

Filmmaking with the Force: George Lucas Unit Study

Filmmaking with the Force: George Lucas Unit Study

Do your kids love all things Star Wars? If so, it’s time to bring the Force to your homeschool through a George Lucas Unit Study. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) George Lucas and his legacy have been longtime dinner conversation topics in my home. My husband is[Read more]

Back to School 2016: All About Art Giveway

I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things about getting back-to-homeschool is having a well-stocked homeschool.  And, while most of us are good about stocking up on paper, notebooks, and pencils, we often forget to include art supplies in our shopping. That’s a good excuse for a giveaway, right?[Read more]

J.K. Rowling Unit Study with Free Printable Pack

J.K. Rowling Unit Study Resources

I remember reading the Harry Potter books for the first time and thinking of how special it would be to one day share the story with my kids.  That day finally arrived, leaving us all obsessed with The Boy Who Lived and wanting to learn all we can about the author[Read more]

Using Fish Toys for Early Learning

Using Fish Toys for Early Learning

Don’t you love it when fun leads to learning?  My latest experience with this has come in the form of fish toys.  Did I start off the school year with this in our lesson plans? Eh, not really, but when the kiddos want to know more, I’m happy to oblige. (I[Read more]