Homeschooling Solutions Found in Hands-On Learning

My friends at Oak Meadow have released the Fall 2020 edition of their journal, Living Education. Oak Meadow is a school and curriculum provider for homeschooling families. This issue is chock-full of fun. There’s some money-saving tips that can help you, especially if you’ve lost money during the pandemic. Are you feeling burnt out fromContinue reading “Homeschooling Solutions Found in Hands-On Learning”

Where the Best Stories Hide

Nicholas can’t help it; class is boring! He decided he would find another way to keep himself occupied. He takes us on a journey Where the Best Stories Hide. Roman Yasiejko gives us a fun, sing-songy cadence with enjoyable rhymes. Ben Whitehouse gives us fun, colorful illustrations that are full of imagination. A stern teacher,Continue reading “Where the Best Stories Hide”

Little Mole Finds Hope

What do you do when you feel like you’re in despair? What do you do when you feel like there’s no hope? Kids and adults alike suffer from these same feelings. It’s a dark place. Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Little Mole Finds Hope tellsContinue reading “Little Mole Finds Hope”

Need Some Help Homeschooling?

Need some help figuring out back-to-school this year? My friends at Medi-Share are always offering advice on Christian living, financial advice, how to be healthy, and more. If you’re like many families across the country, you could use a little help figuring out how to homeschool this year. You can check out my tips forContinue reading “Need Some Help Homeschooling?”

The Money Challenge for Teens

Are you comfortable talking with your teen about personal finance? If you’re looking for a starting point for how to teach your teen about money, or if your teen is already curious about how to manage their money, The Money Challenge for Teens by Art Rainer could be just what you’re looking for. Art RainerContinue reading “The Money Challenge for Teens”

Day 14 at Camp Read Aloud

Today’s Craft: Make a Dream Catcher With Fabric Beads Today’s Book: Dream Away by Julia Durango and Katie Belle Trupiano Today’s Activity: Stargazing – A fun activity for night- Learn all about it here

Day 10 at Camp Read Aloud

Today is Friday, and our second week of Camp Read Aloud is almost done! We have another fun day of activities planned. Here is our schedule for today. Today’s Craft Is: Craft Stick Farm Animals– We’re going to take wooden Popsicle sticks and turn them into animals Today’s Book Is: Click Clack Moo Cows ThatContinue reading “Day 10 at Camp Read Aloud”

Day 9 at Camp Read Aloud

Welcome back to Camp Read Aloud! We have another fun day ahead of us. If you haven’t been able to join us before, every day at Camp Read Aloud, we have a craft, a book, and an activity. Here’s what’s going on today. Today’s Craft Is: We’re going to make a Paper Hot Air Balloon.Continue reading “Day 9 at Camp Read Aloud”

Day 6: Camp Read Aloud

Today is Day 6 of Camp Read Aloud! In case you missed our first week, Camp Read Aloud is an all-online, totally free, virtual summer reading camp. Every day, we have a fun schedule planned, and today is no exception. Today’s Craft: Sponge Boats, a DIY Craft for Kids Today’s Book: Lightship by Brian FlocaContinue reading “Day 6: Camp Read Aloud”

Camp Read Aloud: Day 3

Today’s is day three of Camp Read Aloud! If today is your first day, Camp Read Aloud is a virtual, all-online, free summer reading camp with fun activities every day. Here’s what’s on the schedule for today at Camp Read Aloud Today’s activity is: Friendship Bracelets Today’s book is: A Sick Day for Amos McGee,Continue reading “Camp Read Aloud: Day 3”

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