Happy Easter Weekend to you all! I wanted to share some really fun ideas and links to some printables you may want to give a try this weekend, and coming week as we begin to come into the Spring Season, which I hope starts to warm up for good. Activities & Games The Ultimate Egg… Continue reading Fun Ideas for Spring PLUS Free Spring & Easter Printables for you to enjoy this weekend 🙂
Today I am going to share with you a really simple, easy and oh so yummy recipe ~ Pad Thai! We have been trying a lot of new meals this month and planning out our dinner. I have a few plans for breakfast and lunch. But I have yet to really plan out every meal… Continue reading Pad Thai Noodles with Chicken & Shrimp with Veggies Recipe
Today I wanted to talk about the value of listening to others who Homeschool, to gain inspiration and learning from one another. I have so many of you who I have met over this last year of homeschooling, through the field trips, and meeting on the Facebook page, and it has really been a great… Continue reading The Value of Listening to other Homeschooling Mom’s for Inspiration
Hey Guys, today I wanted to tell you about the newest Field Trip I have booked for us! The Free Tour of Fire Station #6 on Friday, May 26th at 10 am! Click here to go directly to the event page to register your whole family for this great one! If we hit the max… Continue reading Homeschool Field Trip FREE Tour of Fire Station #6 Now Open for Registration
Hey guys! I wanted to let you all know that I have now booked us in for a zoo field trip, for Monday June 5th at 1pm. Here is the link to the event calendar! Check it out, and sign up! There has been a little change in the cost, and the payment methods so… Continue reading New Homeschooling Field Trip to the Zoo Now up for Registration!
Today I will be sharing with you a beloved list of books we have found to be wonderful study aids in learning about the countries of our world. I have a later post here about some of the books we found to be really great for learning about the countries for kids, with fun stories… Continue reading European Countries Reading Plan
The North American Phonics programs were not working for us. I searched and searched. What was going to work for my daughter? We were both struggling. We tried Reading Eggs, but the luster of it had worn off, the lessons were becoming too repetitive in a boring way and it just wasn't helping her at… Continue reading Switching Phonics Curriculum Has Paid Off
We have been following a meal plan for the last two weeks and it has been really great. We do a lot of prep work on Saturday and Sunday for weekly meals coming up and make plans for about 2, 3 weeks in advance. They do get switched around slightly but for the most part, we… Continue reading Our Homemade Pizza Day
My post today is a recipe that's a winner in my house! Breaded Chicken Fingers with Dill Dip and Penne Noodles. The side dish is optional or interchangeable of course with whatever else your kids like. I would say it is an easy dinner or lunch meal for the kids. I will take you through… Continue reading Winner Winner, Chicken-Fingers Dinner Recipe
Exciting NEW Online Registration for your children's admission to our Homeschool field trips is here! Check out the two new current events in the calendar for our homeschool field trips, the links for them are below. You can also find the calendar on the right side of the blog, under recent posts. The events will be… Continue reading New Homeschool Field Trip Booking Calendar is now up and running!