If you’re like me, you look for reasons to throw a party. Whether it’s an International Picnic or a Geography Fair, I love to decorate! I also love to do it as inexpensively as possible and make the clean up easy.Read more
5 Things Parents Can Do To Help Teens Overcome Doubts
It is a normal thing for teens to question their faith. Almost every teenager I know goes through some doubts. It might be doubting God’s love or doubting that the Bible is the Word of God or doubting that Jesus rose from the dead.Read more
Host A Gran Prix to Study 20th Century History the Fun Way!
Since we were learning about car racing, we decided to have some hands-on-fun! If you are studying the 1920s, what could be more fun than to have our own Grand Prix? Or at least a big race!Read more
The Gentle Art of Homeschooling
Please Enter Our Giveaway at the end of this post! I remember rocking my oldest daughter Katie Beth in the middle of the night in a small apartment in Phoenix. She had fallen asleep in my arms and as I gazed at her face, I felt overwhelmed with...Read more
Ancient History Resources Your Family Will Love
Ancient history is a favorite in our house! We love to dig in and study Creation and the early years before the flood. We enjoy learning about Sumer, Crete, Minoa, Ancient Israel, Babylon, Assyria, Persia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and...Read more
How To Use Narration In Your Home School
Again, don’t interrupt your kids. Just let them share. Don’t be afraid of silence. They might need time to process before they speak.Read more
My Founding Fathers Hall of Fame
If I were to create a Hall of Fame for the heroes of the American Revolution, I would start with my favorite Founding Fathers. I’m so proud of my American heritage and all of our American history heroes!Read more
Geography/Counting Picture Books Your Children Will Love!
I found a set of picture books that I think are wonderful! I want to share these delightful counting books with you. Not only will your little ones explore the world of numbers, this series takes children all over the world to different habitats...Read more
Questions & Answers About Chores & Homeschooling
People often ask how we do chores in our family. This article is just me writing down all the questions I usually am asked and all the answers I usually give. How we do things is not the “RIGHT” way, it’s simply what works for...Read more
Tuskegee Resources for Little Learners
Tuskegee Institute was founded on July 4, 1881 in Macon County, Alabama. Founded as a Christian college for freed slaves to receive an advanced education, The students built the first buildings by hand. An elite group of black aviators was...Read more
Archaeology Resources Your Family Will Love!
What’s the big deal about archaeology? Well, it shapes so much of what we know about Ancient History and Ancient Peoples.Read more
Geography Resources Your Family will Love!
Over the years of homeschooling, we have discovered all kinds of products, maps, and books that have enriched our world geography studies. We have gathered our favorites and created our own collection of excellent and inspiring geography...Read more