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Guest post by Kelly Stone. World Down Syndrome Day is March 21 each year (3/21). That date was chosen because people with Down syndrome have a third copy of the 21st chromosome. Although…


In previous posts, we brought you lists of wholesome books for Early Elementary and Elementary lists. This time we're heading to focus on our middle school students! (For a printable version…


I know, another poll? "Ain't nobody got time for that!" We get it! But... if you could squeeze out about 3-5 minutes to answer a few questions about the type of homeschooler you are and your…


Admitting I love history, is something I would never thought I would say. I found it boring.  The few times I remember liking history was when we dove a little deeper in school. When we did…


Welcome to our March edition of Friday Freebies! We know just how much homeschoolers love those amazing Free printables, free unit studies, free planners, free puzzle pages… free everything!…


Sponsored by Time4Writing.com The English language is complex, no doubt about it. Hidden among the thousands of common words we use every day, lurk some of the most troublesome. There are…


This post sponsored by Girls Can! Crate. Click to print the Women's History Printable Pack.


It’s homeschool convention time and we couldn’t be more excited about it! Last year, we gave you a heads up about where we were going and what we were doing. Your response was incredible,…


Volunteer Contributor Post I often hear fellow mom friends, whose children attend elementary and middle school in traditional schools, complain about standardized testing.  I feel so sorry…


Why use Scripture Writing? New to Scripture writing? It’s a great way to incorporate copy work into your homeschool, or to add an extra dimension to your daily quiet time! Designed for teens…