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Why Do We Celebrate Presidents’ Day? Lessons for Every Child

Chances are good that if you check your calendar, 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 school?  Initially, the holiday began in 1885 to recognize George Washington, which is why it’s still called “Washington’s Birthday.” […]


Top 100 – 1999

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Reading Through the Ages

https://www.homeschool.com/productreviews/trisms-curriculum/ Homeschool.com's Product Reviews Pre-K - Adult Many products to choose from, with varying prices A Superb Classical Education Student Directed – Mentor, Teacher, or Parent Guided Teaching Students How to Think, Not Just What to Think! A complete, integrated, research-based curriculum for Middle School through High School (excludes math and lab sciences) READING THROUGH [...]


Quest Clubs Homeschool Product Review

Quest is a badge based educational incentive program that can be used in a wide variety of ways from scout-like clubs to after school programs, to homeschool curriculum and more


Ice Lanterns – January STEAM Experiment

Mixing science and technology with engineering (construction), art, and math is at the heart of STEAM experiments. Each month, we’re going to feature a  STEAM-based experiment or project you can do with your children. In each STEAM issue, we’ll talk about the science and the “why” behind the projects we present to you. So grab […]


FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. Resource Guide

The Civil Rights Movement took place in the U.S. from 1954-1968. Because African Americans didn’t have the same rights as white citizens, the goal was to gain equality by ending segregation and discrimination. Civil rights activists fought and protested for equal opportunities in education, employment, housing, and the right to vote. Martin Luther King, Jr’s […]


Printables for Middle School & High School

Most Popular Middle School & High School Printables     Character Training Lessons – (faith-based) Free character training series to use as part of your homeschool curriculum. Lessons focus on specific character traits and have accompanying worksheets. Student Homeschool Planners – Perfect for teaching your students to be independent learners! Print and get organized today! […]


Elementary Grades Printables

Our Most Popular Elementary Printables     Character Training Lessons – (faith-based) Free character training series to use as part of your homeschool curriculum. Lessons focus on specific character traits and have accompanying worksheets. Student Homeschool Planners – Perfect for teaching your students to be independent learners! Print and get organized today! Back to Homeschool […]


Getting Started With Homeschooling When You Don’t Want To

Christmas break can be bittersweet for homeschoolers. Of course, most welcome the much-needed break. The flip side to that is you’ll have to start homeschooling again after such a nice break. At times, it can seem like pulling teeth to get everyone back on track – and that’s just the kids! Getting yourself back in […]


Free Stuff

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