Why Homeschool? I got to see my children's proud expressions when they each learned to read! Why do you homeschool?
Homeschool Lockers. Just like public school students have!
Back to Homeschool Lesson plan for your first week back to school.
Annie wrote this story about our missing pet cat, Raven. We still miss you, RayBay.
Colors - Print this to help your child remember the colors by associating them with his favorite character.
Carebear Sizes - Big/small, short/tall, long/short
Trick-or-Treat Tracer - Beginning writing practice learning to trace lines.
Beginning Shapes - Tracing and drawing a square, circle, triangle, and rectangle.
Shape Match Game - Teach Kindergarteners their shapes with this easy to make fun game.
Math Tips Lots of different tips for learning math, multiplication in particular.
Thanksgiving Math - Addition with pictures.
Thanksgiving Math - A second worksheet of addition with pictures.
Picture Subtraction - Use symbols to help with subtraction problems.
Multiplication Mazes - I have adapted this lesson for my 4th grader, 1st grader, and preschooler.
Percent (and Decimal) Pizzas - Making pizzas with the correct percentage of toppings.
Math Journal - This is a journal to help students retain different math rules.
Count Our Harvest - Fall themed addition worksheet with pictures.
Adjective Burgers - Use adjectives to describe each ingredient on this paper burger.
Gulliver's Travels Lesson Plans - A satire lesson plan that uses Shrek, Gulliver's Travels, Dr. Seuss, and Disney's So Random.
Snow picture writing prompt - A writing prompt that can be adapted to meet your needs. Can be used with spelling words or a winter theme.
About Me - A great questionnaire to begin the school year. Use your child's answers as his or her spelling words for the week.
Snow Picture - Determining true statements based on a picture.
Compound Words - Match each half of the word and then cut and paste the resulting compound word.
The Alphabet - This was used in our lines of symmetry lesson. Can be used for just about anything, from rhyming help while writing poetry to a cheat for alphabetizing words.
Nature Walk The first in a series of lesson plans based on the need to go out in nature with your children.
Homemade Ant Farm Sand or soil? How about an ant island? Learn how to make a homemade ant farm here.
|History||Revolutionary War Secret Message Lesson that corresponds with women in the Revolutionary War period.|
|Social Studies||Eskimos and Igloos Lesson idea for learning about igloos. This also has a science element that teaches about salt and ice.|
Learn Spanish These original mini posters are great for learning new Spanish words. I'll try to add them as I make them.
|Art||Primary Colors (Autumn) - Mixing primary colors to make fall leaves.|