Now that your little ghost and goblins have had their trick-or-treating fun on Halloween what do you with all of the Halloween candy? I know that I want to find creative ways to use the candy throughout the month of November and December.  Here are just a few fun ideas of ways to incorporate that leftover Halloween candy into your learning adventures!  Paint...

Are you looking for a way to inspire your child? Enhance their strengths? Maybe you just want to find out what their superpowers are? Every child is not the same, but with the help, assessment, and suggestions from Thrively they can begin to see what their true strengths are. Then, as a parent, you will be presented with local suggestions for activities, programs,...

Are you ready to start the holiday season off with a hot cup of your favorite coffee or beverage? I know that in our house our Keurig Coffeemaker gets a work out. From the seasonal teas to hot chocolate to coffees and more, this coffeemaker is one of the best ones out there. Do you have a Keurig or want to win one for FREE? Then why not enter the Enchanted Homeschooling...

Welcome to the home of the Golden Rod Flower and the majestic cardinal.  Did you know this state has a 2013 US Census Bureau estimated of 4.4 million people? Or how about that the state has a land mass of 39,486 square miles? I’ll bet that you didn’t know that cheeseburgers were first served in this state in 1934? Or that Chevrolet Corvettes are all manufactured...

It’s coming! Big Hero 6 is heading to theaters November 7, 2014! My family, especially my son Beck, has been eagerly awaiting the arrival of this Marvel comic book inspired film by Disney Pictures. I figure if it is Disney, from the creators of Frozen, Tangled, and Wreck it Ralph, then it just has to be great! I always love to be able to tie in our favorite Disney...

Are you familiar with Isaiah 41:10 and the story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den? Then welcome to my Wee Little Ones Bible Study Series with its 8th install in this monthly Bible Study Series that I am working with Tara from This Sweet Life. Together we are making these Bible Study Lessons exclusively for Enchanted Homeschooling Mom readers.  Each month we plan...

Are you anxiously awaiting the November 7th release of Disney’s Big Hero 6 or are you just a fan of that lovable Baymax? Either way, why not make a fun DIY Baymax Pumpkin this year? You can find an easy to use FREE Baymax Pumpkin Template below:  Do you know about Big Hero 6 or Baymax? For those of you who do not, this animated, rated G Disney Motion Picture...

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 210+ 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...

I hope that you and your children are having fun exploring Beyond Our Planet with the Poppins Book Nook participants this month. Last month we explored and created storybook activities around the topic of the Wild Wild West. This month’s new theme is Beyond Our Planet and is sure to get space exploring children suited up and ready to walk from their space ships...

Christmas is one the most anticipated and celebrated holidays around our home. One of the traditions we look forward to is that each year we try to do as many countdowns as we can feasibly do to help make the season more festive. One of those countdowns is our annual Christmas Book Tree!  Since my children were toddlers our family has done a countdown to Christmas...

Welcome back to another month’s edition of Kids in the Kitchen! This month I’m sharing with you some favorite and recommended resources for equipping your kitchen for kids as you bring them into the kitchen. Cookbooks All yummy meals begin with a necessary foundation – the recipe! I’ve been fortunate over the years to collect many...

Every Thanksgiving I try to create a unique ‘take home’ gift that all visiting family and friends can take home with them. For adults this tends to be a unique hand-made place card. Like many family traditions, this one actually did not start off with the intention of becoming a yearly event but it has become one of our family’s favorite memories. Needless to...

  Children are naturally drawn to picture books.  Some enjoy simply looking at photographs or artwork, while others are more interested in cuddling and reading about the pictures.  Almost all kids enjoy picture books that revolve around concrete objects in their own life; family, community, and day to day life. There are several options for creating...

As many of you know, I am very passionate about incorporating children’s storybook into learning activities. If you take that same love and passion for books and tie it in with my daughter’s love of animals and my son’s love of space then you will have a perfect fit worthy of a Cinderella glass slipper moment. When we were at the library recently we stumbled...

Is your child or student struggling with or need some reinforcement for learning the math skill of place values? Then let me introduce you to my FREE Place Value Practice Card Set! This hands-on card set will help your child learn their place values from the ones to the hundred thousands place values. This interactive card set can be used once or over-and-over as...

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