Yearly Archives: 2016


Free Online Math Help
Free Online Math Help Math isn’t my jam. I’m so not qualified to teach my kids math, so I don’t, I outsource. No matter how great their math curriculum is, they still come to me for help on occasion. Ten years ago that was a problem and I usually responded […]

Free Online Math Help



20 Things You Need To Homeschool Your Child of Any Age
  Homeschooling is a lot of things. Homeschooling is fun, challenging, exhausting, uplifting, rewarding, stressful…What are the things you truly need to successfully homeschool your child? In my nearly two decades of homeschooling I’ve come to believe a few truths (ok, more than a few), and I decided to put […]

20 Things You Need to Homeschool








Resources for homeschooling high school
  Resources for Homeschooling High School Homeschooling high school can seem very intimidating, but it really doesn’t have to be. High school is a really fun time to homeschool, in fact I have to say that it’s my favorite part of homeschooling! I love homeschooling high school because my children […]

Resources for Homeschooling High School


Building Thinking Skills Beginning Preschool Workbook
Preschool is a time of snuggles, exploration, making messes…it’s also a critical time for building thinking skills. Help your children develop those skills with the Building Thinking Skills Beginning Preschool Workbook from Critical Thinking Press. Disclaimer: I received this book at no cost to facilitate my review. All opinions are […]

Building Thinking Skills Preschool Workbook





Homeschool Field Trip Etiquette - What to do before, during, and after your trip!
Field trips are a very important part of any child’s education, and they’re a lot of fun! While I love going on field trips with just my family, gathering with other people for trips has a lot of advantages. Groups often qualify for group rates, can schedule special tours, and […]

Homeschool Field Trip Etiquette




Introduce your kids to the art of Andy Warhol with this easy Andy Warhol Art Project for Kids
Introduce your child to one of the most famous artists of the modern era with this Andy Warhol art project!   When one grows up in the shadow of Pittsburgh, PA one has certain things ingrained into their heads early in life: Steelers. Pirates. Penguins. Iron City. Andy Warhol. It’s inevitable […]

Andy Warhol Art Project


Get Mapmaking Review, social studies for middle and high school
Get Mapmaking (How to Get Creative with Maps) Review   It can be difficult to find appropriate resources for middle and high schoolers when it comes to social studies, especially if you’re a homeschooler, and even more especially if you’re a secular homeschooler.   My 13 year old daughter LOVES […]

Get Mapmaking (Social Studies Review)