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It is with great happiness that I am finally able to share with you all my new curriculum: Journey into the World of Folktales.  This new comprehensive curriculum is just over 770 pages that covers 80 folktales from 75+ countries around the world.  This curriculum is perfect for children and students in grades Kindergarten through 5th.  Personally,...

Those of you that know me should be aware that my favorite time of year and subjects to teach in my homeschool involve Christmas.  Last year I unveiled my Christmas Around the U.S.A. Curriculum and multiple resources to go along with it.  This is my original post announcing Christmas Around the U.S.A. In this 165+ page unit/curriculum I have included a...

It is with great joy that I am elated to share with all of you my new history curriculum, History Rocks! Part 2.  In the second and final installment of my History Rocks! Curriculum series we will be rocking our way through history recording famous people of the past and of the present as we learn about them. As with all of my curricula, I first and foremost made this to use with my children Beck and Elizabeth in our homeschool lessons, but wanted to share it with all of you as well. This curriculum is the companion curriculum to...

It is with great excitement that I want to introduce to you all, my new science curriculum: Weather Detective, A Year Long Science Curriculum! In my latest curriculum your Weather Detective will learn their way around the scientific basics of weather.  Like all of my curriculums and most of my printables, I created this science curriculum for Beck and Elizabeth...

  I am over the moon with excitement to share with all of you my new history curriculum, History Rocks! In my latest curriculum we will be rocking our way through history recording famous people of the past and of the present as we learn about them. As with all of my curricula, I first and foremost made this to use with my children Beck and Elizabeth in our homeschool...

“… you’ve created a quality series that will motivate  young readers to be active readers.” ~Patty, Homeschool Education Consultant “The original stories are creative, colorful and engaging. My son wants to use the Reading in 1st Reader Series every day!” ~Becca, homeschool mom to 4 children   My Reading in 1st Reader Series...

If you have downloaded my Science Chapter Tests printable to use this school year I wanted to share with you these fantastic projects that I added to the worksheets I created for the chapter focusing on The Violent Earth (pages 62-85). The earth is such a beautiful planet, yet it is filled with so much left to be discovered about it. The first topic covered in this...

“There’s lots of information included, but it’s done in a way you can pick and choose if you need or want to.For young kids, the unit will be a great introduction to the geography of the U.S. and for older kids it’s a great review while also teaching them more about each individual state.” – Genny @ In Lieu of Prechool   “I love...

I am so excited to share this curriculum I have created with everyone! This current school year I tried an art study curriculum that gave a lot of useful information, but our family found it to be very cut and dry. It lacked imagination and creativity in my opinion. From my experiences almost any core curriculum for history will dabble and teach the basics of art...