Learn about dyslexia, what our journey has looked like, and some of the accommodations that have helped us this past year.
Although the weather is still quite warm out – there is a certain something in the air that just tells you it’s almost time for back-to-school. Making the transition back to school from the carefree days of summer can be quite a change for kids and parents alike. Not everyone who homeschools takes a summer break, […]
If more of us actually knew the signs of learning and attention disorders, I do not think that so many children would go undiagnosed every single year. It is so sad that we as a community are so uneducated about what those signs are. One in five children struggles with issues related to reading, […]
It is important to encourage a child’s sense of awe – and maybe rediscover it ourselves. The magic and wonder can be a great early draw into a love of gardening and science. I’ve found a collection of bloggers who know that and have some of the best ways to teach kids about seeds and the amazing ways they grow.
This coffee filter, paper plate sun catcher craft is perfect for the Sun unit of My Father’s World or any solar system unit study.
This high quality PDF planner can be used year after year after year – and with multiple children. Where else can you get this value?
It’s that time of year again. Whether you are homeschooling your little ones or sending them off to public schools. Getting ready for the new school year can be a frantic, hectic time. There’s planning, activities, supplies, and sometimes just pure chaos! To overcome the chaos, check out the homeschool planner. It is a great way […]
Even if you don’t know how to draw very well – you can actually learn while helping them gain the skills!
I love the premise of the Wonder Workshop products – Kids can do amazing things when they are given permission to explore, ask themselves questions, and figure out the answers for themselves.
Here are 12 ways to get your hands dirty and learn about soil alongside your kids.
These toys are intended for children ages 3-5, giving them a head-start on concepts of geometry. Children will be used to playing with their geometric toys and already have an idea about spheres, pyramids, and cubes when they start school.
In this free printable, you get number pages from one to ten. The activities range from colouring in, to reading practice, to writing practice with the dotted letters to join