• How to Draw and Paint a Family of Springtime Ducks

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    Do you love springtime? The cold days of winter start to warm up. Sunny picnics with a chill in the air and rainy afternoons meant for splashing in puddles. Or, perhaps you’re smack dab in the middle of planning a seasons unit? Need a quick literature-based draw-and-paint art project to round out your spring topics? I’ve got […]

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  • 15 Back-to-School Crafts – Easy and Fun

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    Summer is coming to a close, which means it’s time to start thinking about back-to-school crafts! There are so many fun things you can do to get your home classroom ready for the new school year.  I usually start by decluttering my space and getting organized. I don’t know about you, but it always helps […]

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  • Creating “1st Day of Homeschool Year” Traditions

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    Love ’em or hate ’em those days labeled the “1st day of homeschool year” can feel like you’re going on a first date. There’s so much anticipation, but there’s also a bundle of nerves because you feel like you have to get it just right? Regardless of whether you’re new to homeschooling or this is […]

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  • Homeschool Planning – Getting Ready for Back to School

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    It’s that time of year again! As the weather simmers with heat and the kids are simmering with delightful summer boredom you get started with your homeschool planning process. We’ve got some tips so go reheat your coffee (again!) and let’s get started. Here Are a Few Tips For Getting Back to School Ready! It’s […]

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  • How to Create Adjectives Activities for 2nd Grade Homeschool

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    One of the great things about homeschooling is that you can tailor the curriculum to your child’s interests and needs. If your child loves language and enjoys playing with words, there are lots of fun adjectives activities you can incorporate into your 2nd-grade homeschool language arts curriculum. Fun Adjectives Activities Using Chrysanthemum in 2nd Grade […]

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  • Easy, Fun Spanish Weather Worksheets K-2nd Grade

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    Spanish Weather Worksheets Flashcards for K-2nd Looking for a way to help your K-2nd grade students learn about Spanish weather? We’ve got you covered! What’s Included in the Bundle? These weather worksheets should be used as a center to supplement your regular curriculum. We used Calico Spanish in our home for 1st grade Spanish and […]

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  • 5 of the Best YouTube Read Aloud Channels

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    Are you looking for the best read aloud storytime YouTube channels? It’s a fantastic option if your curriculum calls for a book that your local library doesn’t have. Even if you do have the book in front of you, different readers bring character to books in different ways. Here’s a list of our favorite channels. […]

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  • How to Adapt Homeschool Curriculum to Meet Your Child’s Unique Learning Needs

    Adapt Homeschool Curriculum to Unique Learning Needs

    In the world of homeschooling, embracing your child’s individuality is key to their success. One of the most important aspects of this is learning to adapt homeschool curriculum to fit your child’s unique learning needs. Let’s discuss how to understand individual learning needs, assess your child’s specific requirements, and make adjustments to the curriculum. We’ll […]

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