End of Year Homeschool Activities

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Around this time of year the teacher blogs are full of cool ideas for the end of the year. However a lot of them aren’t applicable to homeschoolers. For example it doesn’t make sense to have my child write a… Read More »

Globber Scooter

If you’re looking for a fun outdoor toy for the Summer, you might want to look at Globber scooters. They sell scooters as well as tricycles and bicycles for a wide variety of ages from toddlers to adults. Globber sent us a scooter to try out and review. When it came my daughter was ecstatic… Read More »

Learning Music with Twinkl

Looking for learning music resources for your school or homeschool? Twinkl has many different resources from worksheets to powerpoint slideshows. Here are some options for learning music with Twinkl *This post is sponsored by Twinkl Learning Music with Twinkl Music has sub categories such as reading music, playing music and listening to/appreciating music. I will… Read More »

Homeschool Resources (+ giveaway)

Homeschoolers LOVE books, we just do. So when I heard about a cool book called Killer Underwear Invasion I just had to have it. My review is coming on my nonfiction book blog but in the meantime I wanted to share about the book, plus another book, plus a resource for outdoor play. Then I’ll… Read More »

The Magician’s Elephant

Looking for a good book/movie combo to read/watch with your children? The Magician’s Elephant by Kate DiCamillo is a unique children’s fiction chapter book. When you are finished reading it there is the movie version on Netflix. Kate DiCamillo is the author of many books, including Newbery Winner, The Tale of Despereaux and the Newbery… Read More »

Morphology vs Phonics

Most of us grew up learning to read with phonics. SH makes the sshhhhh sound and T makes the Tuh sound. That sort of thing. I thought as long as you knew how to read, you could also spell and understand most words. I was wrong. My daughter is a natural reader but struggles with… Read More »

Gift Ideas for Women

Are you looking for gift ideas for women? Whether you want to gift yourself or someone in your life, here are some suggestions for items that many women are drawn to. These aren’t just for women of course but I recommend them for women. Disclosure: This post is sponsored and contains affiliate links. Gift Ideas… Read More »

Spelling Resources from Twinkl

Are you looking for spelling resources for homeschooling or teaching that are free or cheap? Here are 10 FREE and 10 PREMIUM spelling resources from Twinkl. Keep reading to find out how to get a premium resource for FREE. Disclosure: I work with Twinkl to help promote their website however I genuinely LOVE their site… Read More »

Chemistry with Creation Crate

Another resource we have been using for homeschool highschool is Chemistry with Creation Crate. Creation Crate is a website that sells STEM boxes in the categories of Chemistry, Engineering, Electronics Beginner and Electronics Challenger. This post sponsored by Creation Crate. All opinions are honest. Chemistry with Creation Crate As stated above, you can pick from… Read More »

Gaming Unit Study

Using unit studies in your homeschool is a fun way for your kids to have a say in what they are learning. Sure you can buy a unit study but I prefer to put my own together with free or cheap resources. Here is what we used for our gaming unit study last month. I… Read More »