#HOLIDAYS

If you check your calendar, you'll notice the third Monday of February is Presidents’ Day. Why do we celebrate Presidents’ Day? Is it just another patriotic day or a day to take off from…


Here is a short homeschool unit study on Valentine's Day to help you motivate and interest the kids this February! The History of Valentine’s Day: Social Studies In the Catholic church, there…


Every February 2, we celebrate Groundhog Day...but do you know why we celebrate on this specific date, or why a groundhog? Learn these facts and more in this fun Groundhog Day mini-unit study!…


Have you wondered about where our Christmas celebrations originated? What are we celebrating? Why do we celebrate on December 25? Read on for a quick, interesting history lesson to share with…


Doesn’t it seem like just yesterday that we were headed back to school? This year has been challenging, but we look forward to the new year with hope and anticipation. But wait...the holidays…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com It’s the same dilemma every year: How do you keep homeschooling when you’re overwhelmed by the holiday madness? And let’s not forget your children,…


When the holidays start approaching, do your children start getting antsy? If all they want to talk about is the holidays, vacation time, candy treats, and snow, then this is the perfect time…


October has finally arrived and fall is in full swing! While I know I am not alone, fall is my favorite season and the one I look forward to all year. The cooler days and evenings, changing leaves,…


Easter is always a fun time of the year, isn’t it?  It’s a day for candy, games, delicious food, and without even half the pressure that comes with Christmas. In my book, that’s a solid…


The spring season is here, which means it’s time for the spring holidays! While most people don’t forget about fluffy bunnies bringing candy baskets, St. Patrick’s Day sometimes gets lost…