I will fully admit that I am a little OCD when it comes to keeping school records and paperwork. My OCD comes for two reasons. The first being that I want to keep clear records should I ever need to share them with anyone down the road. I don’t know about you, but every parent’s plate is full. Your days are filled with to do lists and when you add a job on top...

As a homeschooling parent I am always on the hunt for ways to bring new technology into our lessons to expand on the things in life that interest my kids the most. It is always a plus when I ends up not hopefully costing an arm and leg to do so. I am sure that you are all familiar with Khan Academy in some way. My family has used their App for our entire homeschooling...

I LOVED teaching nursery rhymes in our homeschool when my children were younger. There are so many different ways to bring a nursery rhyme to life for a child. So when I received the new Margaret Wise Brown, who just so happens to be one of my FAVORITE children’s book authors thanks to the Runaway Bunny, I could hardly wait to dive into the magical storyline and...

Every single day I am amazed by the out of the box thinking and creativity that so many children possess these days. As a homeschooling mama myself I have always encouraged my children to chase after their dreams, perhaps even venture down the road less traveled that may gain a few heads scratches, but will end in applause after people see what they have accomplished....

I hope that you and your children are having fun learning alongside the Poppins Book Nook participants. Last month we explored and created storybook activities themed to Composers. This month’s new theme is Books That Have Been Turned Into Movies. Oh the possibilities, boy are they endless! A lot of movies start as books and sometimes, movies turn into books. Over...

Sometimes learning technical terms for science can be a drag. Not a lot of children can just sit down and hear words like amyloplasts or endoplasmic reticulum or ribosome and just tell you what it means. Did I even spell those correctly? Rest assured I did, and my latest science pack, All About Plant Cells is sure to be a fun, hands-on way for your child or students...

Has there ever been a television show that perhaps you saw the commercials for or found yourself channel surfing past and perhaps you caught a weird moment on the show that made you keep on surfing only to find out later on when you watched the show from beginning to end that you just got pulled into the story line? For me, that is what happened with the Originals....

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how to include a fun DIY Kids Christmas Butterfly Poinsettia Votive inspired by the Light and Love ornament by Joanne Eschrich for the August 2015 Featured Artist as part of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club into your arts and craft lessons. This fun kids hands-on craft focuses on lightening up the holidays, just like...

Welcome back to my September 2015 meal planning for the 35th installment of my monthly meal planners. This installment covers all 30 days of the month of September and includes delicious meal and dessert suggestions for the first month of autumn.  This FREE monthly budgeted meal planner covers the whole month at once. With school now in full swing and summer...

Welcome to the August 2015 monthly featured artist study in the Exploring Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artists monthly series exclusively found here on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom! This month we will be focusing on the creative talents and energies of the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Artist Joanne Eschrich. If you are a fan of Hallmark, which I feel safe in assuming you...

If you are like me then you know that when Tom Hanks teams up with DreamWorks the movie should be nothing short of magnificent. Although this is not a children’s movie, we as parents need some entertainment too, right? This dramatic thriller is sure to have a story that is fun to see dance across the silver screen. Not to mention that the cast look like a powerful...

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