Here in North Carolina, the weather in February is always a surprise. One day we’ll have a balmy, spring-like day. The next, we’re shivering inside our sweaters! Last week we soaked up as much sun as possible because we knew gloomy, chilly days were coming. Whether you’re shivering in extended sub-zero temps or surfing on … Continue reading Wintry Reads
More than 75 beautiful books for children celebrating the lives, achievements, and impact of African Americans in our country. Perfect for observing Black History Month, but also essential reading for any month!
Our family loves curling up together with a good book, and no one considers themselves too old for a beautiful picture book. Watch the video and check the list below for some of the picture books we are loving lately. You won't want to miss these titles!
The best books I loved, books that surprised me, a book that gave me a hangover, a book that disappointed me, and an author that has quickly become a new favorite! This is a booklist you won't want to miss.
What if your best tool for homeschooling preschool is changing your perspective, not buying a curriculum? What if you don't have to plan dozens of projects? What if there is a natural, peaceful, and productive way to pursue preschool at home?
Do you want to pursue a #TextbookFreePreschool? Start with this incredible Preschool Picture Book round-up!
For many modern protestants, church history (if they think about it at all) begins with those famous theses being nailed to a door, as if the 1500 previous years of Christianity don’t really count. If you have desired to learn more about church history or if you have longed to feel connected to the church throughout the ages, this post is for you! If you have felt overwhelmed at the thought of where to start your own studies, let alone how to pass on a delight-filled understanding of their place in church history to your children, I hope this post provides a helpful place to start.
Free Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack. Over 12 pages of memory work and other resources to make your Thanksgiving-themed morning time a success.
I have 3 things to tell you today: something to read, something to listen to, and something to follow! Watch the video and read the post.
Peek into our homeschool curriculum plans for 1st Grade and 3rd Grade with this video and resource post.