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Disney films are always caulk full of fun. Disneynature films are also a great tie into lessons with fun stories about the animals around us, whether they are in our back yard or clear across the globe. Disney is also wonderful when they create, develop and release for FREE educational lessons to go with their Disneynature films. The latest Disneynature film is Monkey...

Is your child or family involved in the martial arts or thinking about it? Have you considered studying one of the great martial artists, Bruce Lee? If so, then I have just the learning pack for them in my lapbook series which is a study guide for the book: Who Is Bruce Lee.  In this lapbook your child or student will find facts about the life and accomplishments...

Is your child or student the type who asks about a book’s author? Are they a fan of the Harry Potter book series?  If so, then I have just the learning pack for them in my lapbook series which is a study guide lapbook for the book: Who Is J.K. Rowling.  In this lapbook your child or student will find facts about the author’s life that inspired her to...

Now that fall is upon us, it is time for one of my favorite things of the season, apple picking!  To go along with our yearly trips to the apple orchard I have created a new pack to take with use and use at home that focuses on apples.  This activity pack is perfect to take with you on a trip to an apple orchard to make it more educational as you collect...

Who loves the Tooth Fairy? I know that my children always get excited to pull out their Tooth Fairy boxes when they have lost a tooth. I am so excited to let you all know that I have teamed up again with 3 Dinosaurs and Royal Baloo to bring you all the best of the best for a PreK – 3rd  grade Tooth Fairy and dental health learning extreme! When we teamed up...

With Saint Patrick’s Day right around the corner, I thought that I would share a fun tradition that our family has in our homeschooling. For the past 2 years Beck, Elizabeth, and I have learned about a new part of this Irish holiday each year. This year we will again be learning about Ireland through the Ireland lapbook that I created last spring: To add...

  When I first found out about the wonderful project that Growing Book by Book was putting together called Booking Across the USA, I knew that it was right up my alley. I love exploring our states through storybooks since the engaging nature of a storybook and project can draw a child’s interest right in and mold it for the lesson. While I do not live in the...

I am so excited to let you all know that I have teamed up with 3 Dinosaurs and Royal Baloo to bring you all the best of the best on PreK – 4th grade medieval times learning! While my daughter Elizabeth (who is in 1st grade) is my little history buff, she really has not shown any interest in learning about the medieval times yet. When I first went to put...

The kids just finished their unit on Eric Carle using my Storybook Artist Curriculum. The kids and I were all very excited to do this unit study since I have read Eric Carle storybooks to both of my children since they were babies.  Reading Eric Carle’s biography and watching an interview in this curriculum with the children in this unit was so fascinating!   Beck...

Our family has been homeschooling for 5 years now and sometimes when I am planning and setting up our lesson plans I find some topics that I need to update or upgrade to our new grade levels.  While I was planning for this November I realized that the way I teach the children about The First Thanksgiving needs a little refreshing and a jolt of new life. I created...

Every year our family takes a fabulous field trip to a local farm/pumpkin patch in October. It always seems to take an entire day for this field trip since there is so much to do and see. We tend to take this field trip during the week so we do not have to deal with the weekend crowds I do not want the kids to loose out on a day of learning. For the past 4 years I...

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