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0 In Homeschooling

Free First Aid Printable Worksheet Bundle

As homeschool moms, we can sometimes get caught up in teaching the core subjects of reading, writing, math, history, science. While I absolutely believe in focusing on these core subjects when your children are young or in certain seasons, it is important to touch on some other ideas in our homeschool. Often times, things like first aid will come up in a natural conversation when it becomes necessary.   But having a few resources on hand when these natural conversations…

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0 In Essential Oils/ Homemaking

Your Non Toxic Guide To Spring Cleaning

Spring is finally upon us, which means – spring cleaning! You might not want to do a whole home spring clean, but chances are you could benefit from a couple spring cleaning tasks. With the warmer weather, cheerful blossoms, and chirping birds comes a natural surge in energy and motivation to clear out the old and welcome the new.   We can see this philosophy manifest in nature, as liver-supportive herbs pop up in the form of dandelions and chickweed, and our…

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0 In Christmas - Simplify The Season/ Homeschooling

Huge FREE Bundle of Christmas Printables For Your Family

The Christmas season is in full swing and I could not be happier. I am one of those people who start to decorate on the first day of November, and I don’t feel bad about it at all. The world right now is still in disarray from 2020, and our 2021 has been a hundred times worse with our daughter being diagnosed with leukemia and our 8th baby having seizures. So, yes…I am all about bringing some Christmas cheer into this…

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8 In Homeschooling

Free Homeschool Book Report Printables

As a homeschooling mom, sometimes I want to give my kids a fun way to work on comprehension and writing. A little something different than their usual Language Arts curriculum. My kids love filling out worksheets that are based around a season or a holiday, so I created some simple Book Report printables. These FREE Book Report forms are a nice way to ease your child into book reports or book reviews. They guide them in the writing and review process and…

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9 In Homeschooling

Planning Out Your Homeschool Curriculum

Planning our curriculum…. the phrase gets us homeschool moms all excited, doesn’t it?   I don’t know about you, but I seriously love all things planning. I plan and then I plan again, and then I switch things around so I can plan some more. Just kidding!   But really, summer is already here, and as a homeschooling mom, this means I need to start planning for our upcoming school year. I find the best time to plan the new…

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0 In Homeschooling

4th Of July Coloring Pack || Limited Time Freebie

The 4th Of July is almost here already! I don’t know about you, but my little ones love to do activities based around the upcoming holidays. It doesn’t matter if it’s something simple, like tracing or coloring, or an extravagant project that takes awhile to put together. I prefer the simple!     I have made some coloring pages for my kids and thought your kids might enjoy them too!  This 4TH OF JULY Coloring pack has 6 fun sheets…

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5 In Homeschooling

Plan Your Homeschool Month With A Monthly Focus Printable

It’s that time of year when we all breathe a little sigh of relief, knowing that summer is here. Or do we? I do tend to breathe a bit easier, but that could be out of excitement too. Spring and early summer is the time of year when I start to plan my next homeschool year. I love all the planning of it, from picking curriculum to watching sales for school supplies, to creating schedules. I don’t know about you,…

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19 In Homeschooling

Create a Homeschool Schedule That Works

Creating a homeschool schedule can feel like a daunting task, especially if you are a newer homeschool mom. It doesn’t have to be, though! I love all the planning and scheduling that goes into our homeschool…maybe that’s just me?   Now, there have been times and seasons where I am just flying by the seat of my pants, and we have gotten by just fine. However, as I have added more babies and more students into the fold, I have…

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