If you ask me, a pretty boring adult, the Chef Junior Cookbook is gorgeous. It looks gorgeous and it feels
How to stay sane during the Covid closures and why needing to do so might be worth a look.
This guest post is by Jennifer Thorson, an independent consultant with Usborne Books. I asked her to write this post
I first toyed with the idea of homeschooling when my oldest was just a toddler. And then I actually followed
I am looking at starting my 13th year of homeschooling. And I also now have two children in school. Reasons
*also applies to fall break, winter break, spring break, a long-lasting snow storm or just a long weekend with someone
I wanted to give a shout out about this awesome book, Catechism of the Seven Sacraments. Yes, it’s lego book.
Today’s post is compliments of Education.com, which provides digital resources for educators, including homeschoolers. Try out their basic membership for
Trello is a tool that has really upped my organizational and productivity game! It’s an app, BUT if you’re not
You can’t! Just kidding. Kinda. For many of my parenting years, I was blissfully unaware of the phenomena called fundraising.