I collected Zoobooks magazines extensively as a kid. I loved learning about each month’s animal and collecting the animal fact cards. I even ended up learning a lot about animals that initially frightened me, such as snakes and spiders. Zoobooks are still around and they’re still wonderful resources for families, especially those that are homeschooling! […]
I remember reading the World Book Encyclopedia quite often as a child. We had the full set in our family and it was my go-to resource for learning about geography, culture, and history, especially as I started writing assignments for school. So I was excited to learn about the World Book New Explorers Program! It’s […]
Most homeschooling families live on strict budgets and ours is no exception. So it’s a huge help to find ways to save money on homeschooling curriculum. I’ve gathered a list of over 20 free homeschool programs that are great for kids of all ages – from preschoolers to high schoolers! Browse the list below to find […]
Do you have a preschooler who is learning his (or her) alphabet? A great way to help preschoolers learn and remember is to incorporate hands on learning for them. Over on Crystal & Co., I have a collection of letter of the week activities for preschoolers that essentially can be used as an all inclusive […]
If you have been following me on Twitter, reading my blog, or reading my newsletter then you now that I am SUPER excited about working with The Homeschool Buyers Co-op on an upcoming Twitter party. With over $1000 in prizes, it is going to be HUGE! Anyway, in honor of that kick off, I am […]
Considering Sonlight? Don’t buy yet! Read 27 Reasons NOT to Buy Sonlight first.