Learning about Our Country and it's HistoryToday in our Homeschool we colored our Canadian Flag and the United Kingdom Flag as well. We listened to both national anthems and we read about the history of this day. The kids really enjoyed this activity, and I talked about my memories of singing these anthems in school when… Continue reading Hanging our Two Flags today for the Anniversary of the Statute of Westminster in Canada
We use these 4 Kitchen Staples regularly with treats and baking and are a must-have in your pantry, but wouldn't it be fun to know how to make them yourself? Here are some great YouTube Videos to watch with your kids to learn how to make them yourself! This is on our plan for helping… Continue reading Life Skills In the Kitchen: How to Make These 4 Kitchen Staples!
Planning our December's Activities was really fun, and you can find our December's Learning Plan Calendar here in this post or you can click the picture of the Calendar below for the FREE DOWNLOAD. The first on the list for me was to help drive home the concept of being kind towards each other and doing… Continue reading Decorating our Buckets after Reading How Full is Your Bucket? for Kids by Rath
This time of year can get a bit overwhelming and hard to slow down the excitement of Christmas! We can become burdened from the stress of trying to fit in the school work, the baking, shopping and all the fun crafts we want to try and do. Then there are the simple tasks of daily… Continue reading 10 Energy-Saving Tips while Homeschooling During the Holidays
December is soon approaching, and I have been working very hard to create a fun and easy to use Calendar that you can place easily in your Homeschool Organizer. It includes Reading Lists, Art Projects, and Activities! I have something planned for every day leading up to Christmas Eve, Starting December 1st, with Sundays off. You… Continue reading December’s Homeschool Learning Calendar – Free Printable
Mixing up some Halloween treats today! My littlest one wanted to help the most and we counted by tens up to 40 marshmallows and he stirred it all up! Then he helped put in the Rice Krispies and had a little taste along the way. I love how the melted marshmallows make little webs at… Continue reading We Made Halloween Rice Krispy Treats
Energy is a unique thing because it is not easily something we can see lost or gained, merely felt and enjoyed. Harnessing the energy to push on or to change the pace in your Homeschool day requires energy. Energy for the tasks we as multi-tasking moms know far too well. But perhaps, the goal of… Continue reading My 5 Homeschooling Energy Saving Tips + a Free Printable!
I have been reading up on ways to help little hands build up fine motor strength and I could not find any on amazon save the expensive golf pencils that do not have erasers on the ends. That was not what I was looking for. So I ordered a bunch of regular sized pencils ✏️… Continue reading DIY small pencils for little hands
30 Learning Resources All About Monsters My kids love Monsters, and doing fun activities around this topic is really fun, for all grades! Here are My Top 30+ Favorite Learning Resources for teaching All About Monsters in your Homeschool, from Learning Packs & Printables, Book Lists, Creative & Descriptive Writing, Arts Projects, and Crafts Ideas,… Continue reading All About Monsters ~ 30+ Learning Resources!
Let's play a Drawing Game! With Monsters being one of my children's favorite learning themes, I wanted to create a fun and simple printable activity Roll-A-Monster Drawing Game that would appeal to the artistic game loving child who enjoys creating new characters, but who also loves the entertainment of a game! Pull out… Continue reading Roll-A-Monster Drawing Game Free Printable