Yet another way to teach ancient history the fun way! Today’s FREE lesson plan features art activities that use Mayan heiroglyphs. Your kids can enjoy some “secret code” projects, all while learning more about this ancient society! Learning About the Mayans Through Hieroglyphs One of the things I remember about Read More »
American History is a fascinating subject. Sadly, textbooks for United States history can be incredibly expensive. How would you like some FREE resources for teaching history to your kids? You’ve come to the right place! Learn United States History for FREE The first resource I would recommend is Guest Hollow. Read More »
Foreign language can be a hard topic to teach as a homeschooling mom. How many languages do you speak? I only know a little French, even less Spanish and only a few words in other languages. Not exactly the best source of linguistics! Here in Texas, speaking Spanish is an Read More »
Are you studying birds? This e-book is a great addition to a bird unit study. It will teach kids how to draw birds, but that’s not all. You’ll also learn about bird anatomy, their skeleton and how their feathers help with flight. Using an art lesson to “disguise” a lesson Read More »
One of the questions I get asked most often is “how do you know if your child is learning enough?” To someone in the public school system, this seems like a valid question. It certainly did to me, as someone who attended public school as a child. But then you Read More »
Hello! I’m so glad you decided to visit my site today. My name is Jennifer, and I’m a homeschooling work at home mom of 5 beautiful children. I started this site to help other homeschooling families find what I fought so hard to find: free homeschooling resources.
I started homeschooling my children back in 2006. You can read my homeschooling story on my large family blog. Short version: I had a little falling out with the school system my girls were in, so I pulled them out and started my homeschooling journey.
Our family is unable to afford expensive curriculum; therefore, I am always searching for free things to help further my children’s education. The purpose of this blog is two fold: first, it’s a place for me to keep track of everything I find, and second, to share everything I find with other homeschooling families like you!
So thank you for visiting, and please, if you have any comments, suggestions or questions, feel free to contact me.