Let’s Have Some Algebra for Breakfast – A Review

Yep, you read that right….Why not have Algebra for Breakfast?  Recently I received the Grades 5/6 Lessons from Algebra for Breakfast to use as math enrichment!  I really wasn’t sure what to think going into it, but I Read More …

American Literature – Audio Book List

Would your kids rather listen to books than read them? My oldest child is like that. At first I really struggled with the idea that I wanted him to READ the books rather than just Read More …

Taking a Look at Math Mammoth – A REVIEW

Well, I just finished my 2nd review of the year for The Old Schoolhouse® Homeschool Review Crew and I was really looking forward to this one!  I’d heard of Math Mammoth for YEARS and considered purchasing Read More …

Homeschool High School Help

Planning to homeschool through High School? Are you feeling nervous? You don’t have to!  Homeschooling through High School isn’t as hard as it sounds…and YOU can do it. There are usually 2 main issues parents Read More …

FREE: Last Minute Thanksgiving Activities and Printables for Everyone!

The month of November is always a bit different for us.  Our Classical Conversations group ends for the semester, it starts looking and feeling like fall, and Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations are everywhere! We usually Read More …

Popcorn + Spelling = FREE

Did you know that October is National Popcorn Month? (yes…popcorn) Anyway, I just saw a really cool FREEBIE that I wanted to make sure you knew about! Marie Ripple over at All About Spelling is Read More …

No More Science Lesson Plans – NEW Lesson Guides Available NOW

Have you seen our new Science Curriculum-Lesson Guides? What is a Lesson Guide? We use the term “lesson guide” because unlike traditional curriculum, our lesson guides give you flexibility.  Each week you are given an Read More …

Just In: Science Lesson Guide – Ecology & Biomes

What are you doing for science? Do you feel that you could do better when it comes to science?  I know many homeschool families that just feel a bit lost with science at home.  I’ve Read More …

Challenge A – Canada Maps

Revised & Re-posted…. The first Geography adventure for Challenge A is to learn the geography of Canada.  You would think that we Americans would know about our neighbors to the north, but I was surprised Read More …

FREE: History Through Art & Music

Art & Music History Study In Challenge 2 (at Classical Conversations) the students begin a journey of learning history through the eyes of the artists and composers of the past.  It’s an amazing way of Read More …