DISCLOSURE: Affiliate links are used on this site and may be used in this post. 28 Ways to Celebrate National Play-Doh DayDid you know that September 16th is National Play-Doh Day?! I was shocked to learn that one of my childhood favorites had its own day! The mere mention of the name brings me back … Continue reading 28 Ways to Celebrate National Play-Doh Day
Peeps Easter Activities: Homeschool Edition
DISCLOSURE: Affiliate links are used on this site and may be used in this post. Easter is almost here which means it's time for a childhood classic...PEEPS! Honestly, I've never been a big fan of actually eating them myself. But, I have found them useful in a variety of other ways this time of year. From … Continue reading Peeps Easter Activities: Homeschool Edition
Magic Tree House Activities
DISCLOSURE: Affiliate links are used on this site and may be used in this post. On my son's 7th birthday, he received two new books to add to his chapter book library. As a lover of dinosaurs, he was immediately taken with the first book in the series entitled Dinosaurs Before Dark. If you are … Continue reading Magic Tree House Activities
Homeschool Advice for the Working Dad
Guest post by: Joshua Ian Lee DISCLOSURE: Affiliate links are used on this site and may be used in this post. There was a break in my employment not too long ago. With that break came great opportunity to support my wife, who incidentally doubles as my children's teacher. I got to witness first-hand the … Continue reading Homeschool Advice for the Working Dad
Perfect Holiday Gifts for the Homeschool Family
The following blog post contains affiliate links which result in no additional costs to you, but may result in a small commission payment back to this site. The holidays are upon us! This week, with turkey filled bellies, many will head to department stores into the wee hours of the morning to lock in the … Continue reading Perfect Holiday Gifts for the Homeschool Family
What am I doing?
As a parent, have you ever woken up and looked blankly at your reflection in the mirror and wondered, "What am I doing?" As a homeschooling parent, I feel like I ask myself this question possibly 9,352 times a day. I usually think it at least once during the first groan after, "let's finish your … Continue reading What am I doing?