Hidden Benefits of Standardized Testing for Homeschoolers

Are you considering using standardized testing in your homeschool? We're chatting about the pros and cons -- come join in the conversation!

Are you thinking about evaluating your homeschooled student? We’re talking about the benefits of standardized tests for homeschoolers today. Say the words ‘standardized test’ in a group of parents, and you’re likely to be met with a variety of responses – folks who are vehemently opposed, some who are proponents of standardized testing, and those […]

Insider Tips for Getting Started with Teaching Textbooks Homeschool Math Curriculum

Looking for something to fix your homeschool math woes? We recently made the switch to Teaching Textbooks Homeschool Math curriculum and our family loves it!

Are you considering making a switch to the Teaching Textbooks homeschool math curriculum? Read on for some insider tips to get you off to a great start! If you’re ever around a group of homeschooling mommas, chances are, you’ll eventually hear the conversation turn to math. Moms may extol the virtues of their favorite homeschool […]

Crafts for Our Lady of Guadalupe and St Juan Diego

our lady of guadalupe crafts and activities

As a Catholic mother, I love telling my children the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe and St Juan Diego. I had lots of fun gathering ideas for crafts to help us celebrate these wonderful feast days. Ready to have some fun celebrating with crafts for Our Lady of Guadalupe and Saint Juan Diego? St […]

Easy Peasy Saint Nicholas Crafts for Catholic Preschoolers

Looking for St Nicholas crafts for your Catholic family? These Saint Nicholas chocolate coins are easy peasy!

Are you ready to start planning your Saint Nicholas crafts? We’re going to be visiting one of our Orthodox Christian friends for the feast day, and I’m so excited! My kids have been exploring all of our Catholic Advent crafts for kids and they wanted some special activities to get ready for this special day. […]

Amazing Help for Homeschool Families: Virtual Field Trips

If you asked my children their favorite part of homeschooling, they will always answer, “FIELD TRIPS!” I used to be a rock star homeschool mom, planning playdates and field trips at least a few times a month. That was when I was still on my A game. Now, as I juggle working outside the home […]