#SUMMER READING

We homeschool with state requirements of 180 days of instruction for the school year. So, every May or June when we get to the 180th day, we celebrate with loud renditions of “School’s out…


Writing skills can become weak when not practiced during downtime in the summer months. But, including summer writing activities doesn't have to be boring and can be a lot of fun! These ideas…


Enter to Win your own signed copy of Britfield & the Lost Crown!  (perfect for summer reading!) In our latest Homeschooling & Loving It podcast, we had the pleasure of chatting with…


Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com When I started writing this, I was thinking about the reasons to keep “studying” during the summer. But after a while, I didn’t like the word “study.”…