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]

10 Pablo Picasso Books for Children

10 Pablo Picasso Books for Children

Since Pablo Picasso is my son’s favorite artist, it’s no wonder we’ve enjoyed our share of Picasso books for children throughout the years. Today I’m sharing some of those reading choices so you can enjoy them with your kids. (This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Most of[Read more]

10 Must-Read Books for New Homeschoolers

10 Must-Read Books for New Homeschoolers

It’s not uncommon to deal with information overload when you’re new to homeschooling. If you’re wondering where to begin while sifting through social media, zillions of homeschool websites and blogs, and an ever-growing selection of homeschool books, you’re in luck. Today I’m sharing ten must-read books for new homeschoolers. (This post[Read more]

What to Read: 20 Children’s Books About Seeds and Plants

What to Read: 20 Children's Books About Seeds and Plants

Are you exploring gardens or plant life in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing some great books about seeds and plants to help you learn. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. You could certainly turn to textbooks to explore the world of plants, but you don’t have to confine[Read more]

10 Children’s Books About the Moon

10 Children's Books About the Moon

Are you planning a unit study about the moon or covering it soon through your science curriculum? Maybe your kids are fascinated by the solar system. Regardless of why the moon is a hot topic in your home, children’s books about the moon are a great way to enhance your[Read more]

Graphic Novels from Candlewick Press: The Coolest Way to Introduce Shakespeare

Graphic Novels from Candlewick Press: The Coolest Way to Introduce Shakespeare

As much as I hate to admit it, I didn’t appreciate Shakespeare at all when I was younger. My first experiences with his works were perfunctory and dry, but that’s exactly why I wanted something different for my middle schooler. It’s the reason I wanted to introduce Shakespeare in a way that[Read more]