My Favorite Homeschool Resources

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  I am relatively new to homeschooling, we are in our 3rd “official” year, but one thing I know is that the amount of information out there about resources, websites and homeschool curriculum places can be overwhelming. I want to share with you some of my very favorite online homeschool resources. This is just a sampling of the sites available out there, but they are

Easy Experiment For Kids: Create Colorful Volcanoes From Household Items

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For our  project this week I chose to do a really fun science experiment using items I already had. My little man loves to get dirty and be hands on so creating a volcano and watching it erupt sounded perfect. I took ideas from books but altered it to be something a 3 year old can do. So put on those old clothes and grab some items

Indoor FREE Fun! The Five Senses Mad Lib Activity

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It’s January….it’s cold outside here, the weather is almost always wet and there just isn’t a lot of outside play time.  We have to make our own fun during this dreary month. Being a homeschool mama, I’m always looking for fun ways to add learning to our everyday and these 5 Senses Mad Libs are a great activity for the kids. If they can talk

Handy Holiday Craft Ideas For Kids

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukah, Diwali, or Festivus (the holiday “for the rest of us”), here are creative holiday crafts you can make with your hands — literally. Five-Finger Christmas Trees Grab some finger paint and construction paper and get to work with your children on this one. Using brown paint on the tip of your pointer finger, make a vertical line for the tree’s