How to Make a Paper-Bag Kite Did you know that April is National Kite Month? You know what that means, it is time for a fun homeschool handiwork craft! Making a kite can be frugal or expensive. We’re gonna go with frugal because my mama raised me right. Let’s get started on your own DIY […]
Visit Life with the Family O to download a free Charlotte’s Web lapbook. Click here to find more free lapbooks!
Walking by the Way has a creative set of free sandbox writing cards for pre-writing available for you to download. Simply print the cards, set up a small sandbox area, and have your child “write” in the sand. So much fun! Click here for more free preschool resources! Be sure to follow the Free […]
You have to see this for your Little House fans! Jamie from Simple Homeschool has put together a Little House on The Prairie Virtual Field Trip. Included are maps, pictures, videos and more in a gentle format that children will love! Amazon.com Widgets Free Little House on the Prairie Resources Free Little House on the Prairie Themed […]
While this particular FREE Unit study was mostly literature-based, there were some fabulous materials that provided many of My Journey Westward’s lesson plans. She chooses really good books about the life of slaves and struggles of the Civil War through the living literature. Between books, field trips and hands-on projects, I don’t think there’s […]
3 Dinosaurs has a free 90-page Greek Mythology printable packet for those of you studying Greek Mythology this year! This packet is mostly for 1st-3rd graders, but contains some activities for the preschool level as well. You’ll find: Greek word writing, beginning sounds, information on Greek gods, learn about Greece, and more! CLICK HERE […]
These FREE Ice Cream pages/ activity are a fun way to practice place value. This fun printable set includes 22 ice cream bowls with three digit numbers on them. Click here for more free math resources for homeschoolers!