Using Typing Games with Your Student with Dysgraphia

This year in our homeschool, we’re using typing games for fun and as an accommodation for our student with dysgraphia. Read on to see how they can work in your family, too! Time for another homeschool mom confession. I never took a typing class in high school. (everyone groan in unison, now) I thought that […]

Catholic Book Basket for September

Catholic Saints Books for September

Ready to celebrate the Holy Days and feast days coming up in September? What about learning more about the saints? This list of books, arranged in calendar order, will help you to be prepared to live the liturgical year at home with your family! September 1st – St. Giles Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow September 1st […]

The Very Best Beach Books for Toddlers

Are you planning a beach trip with your little ones? Take some time to explore some of these beach books for toddlers before you go. We’ve loved them in our family with babies, toddlers and preschoolers.   Under the Sea Feel Reals Book Feels Real Books have textures for toddlers to touch and recognize. Books […]

10 Best Summer and Beach Books for Preschoolers

Heading to the beach? Don't miss these awesome ocean books for preschoolers.

We’ve had a long, drawn out winter here in Kentucky. To pass the time until our weather changes for the better, we’ve been reading our favorite beach books for preschoolers. Even our big kids enjoy these treasured picture books! Come take a look at what we love! 1.Turtle, Turtle, Watch Out! We usually travel to […]

Easy Peasy Ideas for Teaching Shakespeare in Your Homeschool

Thinking about embarking on a Shakespeare study in your homeschool? Don't miss these resources, including a step by step plan from Ken Ludwig.

Thinking about teaching Shakespeare in your homeschool? Don’t be intimidated! Read on for easy peasy ideas to get started with the Bard. How We Started Studying Shakespeare in Our Homeschool One of my favorite things about homeschooling is introducing my children to amazing literature. We follow a classical Christian curriculum, and our bookshelves are overflowing. […]