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Free Summer Reading Pack K-5

Younger students can join in the Summer Reading fun with this FREE printable Summer Reading Pack. This set includes a READ to 100 chart for students to color in each time they read a book.  This is a super fun visual way to track progress over the Summer. Four colorful bookmarks encourage...

Summer Reading for Middle School

Recently, I designed a Summer Reading and a Summer Writing Challenge for my younger kiddos, but my older children were feeling a bit left out.  So today I whipped up a simple Summer Reading Challenge for Middle School grades.  Because their book sizes are so varied, I thought it might...

100 Sentences 4 Summer

One of my children is excellent at reading, but his writing could stand some extra practice! I designed this activity pack to provide him with a fun Summer challenge; Write 100 Sentences over Summer Break! 100 Sentences 4 Summer Challenge This pack includes: How to Write a Sentence Chart Vocabulary Words  (Verbs,...

Summer Fun School

We no longer technically homeschool over the Summer. Ever since joining a local charter school we've decided to try and stick to the Monday-Friday, September through June schedule, but that doesn't mean we don't learn over the Summer. If you're looking for some simple ways to encourage learning over the Summer break...

DIY Homeschool Tools

DIY Math Tools for Homeschool These tools can be used in your Homeschool or Classroom setting as an alternative to purchasing premade educational materials. Not only will you save money, but you'll be able to customize your classroom to fit the needs of your children! Base 10 Bean Sticks Math Facts Learning Folder DIY Number Bean Bags Making Math...

How to Teach Cursive Writing

As homeschool moms, we teach our children so many things to give them the best education possible. Across the board, teaching cursive penmanship is a dying art. Many schools no longer teach cursive. However, it is a valuable skill that helps to build your brain and develop cognitive abilities. Cursive...

Homeschooling Through The Winter: Tips & Tricks to Make it Through

Winter is here and the homeschool year is beginning to drag on. With the colder temperatures and shorter days, homeschooling through winter can be a challenge. This is the perfect time to have some fun, experience new things, and build precious memories. Here are some tips and tricks for making...