Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series October Writing Paper! The month of October brings lots of fun Halloween images like candy, bats, and ghosts. These writing papers should be fun for children of all ages, but the October themed images are a great way to tie the monthly theme to your lessons with fun pages.    This component of the Months...

Where do you fall in the range of organizational skills with it comes to your weekly lessons? Would you call yourself organized? Cluttered? Or what’s a lesson plan? There are so many different ways that you can organize your lessons for your homeschooling or classroom needs, but I would like to share with you all one of my favorite organizational elements: my DIY...

Welcome to the Pack Your Bags monthly pack update.   I hope you enjoyed learning about the country of India last month. This month we will be journeying to the country of China.  As with each month in the Pack Your Bags! Monthly Lapbooking Series, you will find the following components to help your student enhance their knowledge of China: Encyclopedia...

Welcome to the home of the US Presidents Internet Resources here on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! As with any lesson plan, curriculum, unit or activity you may want to explore deeper or research further into topics.  The compiled internet resources are designed to enhance your US President lessons and help your child learn and retain their studies and lessons...

Welcome to the Months of the Year Printable Series October Descriptive Writing activities! The month of October brings lots of fun images themed to Halloween.  These descriptive writing elements should be fun for children of all ages, but the October themed images are a great way to tie descriptive learning elements to the month with images of candy, spiders,...

Welcome to the US Presidents book resources here on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! As with any lesson plan, curriculum, unit or activity you may want to dive deeper into the topic or enhance the lessons for what your child or student’s needs are.  For me, this typically means adding literature, storybooks, or library research days to the lessons.  Because...

How about changing the way you look at your toast, English Muffins, waffles, other breakfast foods and sandwiches? Changing from regular butter, margarine, or jams to apple butter you can jazz up these simple dishes, and more! With this easy to make, tasty, and long lasting Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe you are sure to please everyone at your table. Then, the only...

Do you know what a Nene is?  Did you know that Hawaii is comprised of hundreds of islands spread over 1,500 miles?  Did you also know that the US Census Bureau estimates that the 2013 population for the southeastern State of Hawaii was approximately 1.4 million people? Or did you know that it is the only part of the United States not on the North American...

What did you want to be when you grew up? A figure skater? A ninja? A doctor? A vet? A teacher? It is fun to think back to all the dreams and ideas we had for our futures when we were children. This month we are exploring that idea with you as part of Poppins Book Nook! The theme for this month was “When I Grow Up…” and our contributors enjoyed allowing...

Since every elementary school age child needs to learn about the US Presidents, why not make it fun, right? As part of their government studies in the category of social studies I have been finding ways to make learning about the US Presidents fun for Beck and Elizabeth. I find that if I can incorporate a fun song or an enticing visual aid then they will most likely...

Welcome back to the 2nd edition of Kids in the Kitchen, where we “Embrace the Mess, Encourage Success, and Equip for Life”! This month we jump from breakfast to dinner, as the twins and I share with you one of their favorite meals. We had so much fun last month sharing with you my Grandma’s Buttermilk Pancakes. I loved your enthusiasm for bringing our kids...

Welcome back to another edition of the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We are so happy to see you here! Just in case you missed the blog hop last week make sure to check out the 170+ posts that were shared with all of us last week. The Thoughtful Spot is a place to gather every week to share your family friendly posts, crafts, educational ideas, recipes, and...

Are you just starting to teach your child or student their numbers from one to ten? Then why not add some math lessons themed to apples? Since it is apple season, I would like to present my next FREE printable, the FREE Apple Math Coloring Pack!  This apple themed math coloring pack will help teach or reinforce your child or students math skills through the recognition...

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