Favorite Homeschooling Toys

Favorite Homeschooling Toys

Hello Christian Friends & Homeschoolers, At the INCH Conference, my Christians Forever Exhibit was next to the Discovery Toys Exhibit. The lady next to me named Cathy and I became friends during this three-day event. During the workshops, when I was not presenting, she and I would talk. Eventually, she showed me her product and […]

Mother’s Day wordsearch

Mother’s Day wordsearch

Let’s have fun with this free online word search called “Mother’s Day.”  Legend tells us that this story is one reason many mothers like to receive flowers as a gift. If you want to read the magical story of Thumbelina, go to Learning to Read: Favorite Fairy Tales. Word searches develop spelling skills, extend vocabulary, […]

Pet Day

Pet Day

Who doesn’t want a little kiss from their best furry friend on National Pet Day? Meow! Bark! Ways to celebrate – Snuggle up together and watch “Lady & the Tramp” or “The Cat from Outer Space” or… Watch the animated series called Star Wars Rebels and look for the Loth Cats Go for a walk together […]

New adventures in reading for that special Easter basket

New adventures in reading for that special Easter basket

Hop right to these amazing Learning to Read books! Just click on the links below – Favorite Fairy Tales Fairy Tale Adventures New Testament Stories American History Volume 1 Discover new reading adventures! Audible/Paperback/Kindle

I would live…

I would live…

The sentence starter is an effective writing strategy. Sentence starters help your child focus, organize their thoughts, and be more creative. Use this strategy to help develop that creative genius you know your child possesses! Sentence starters also help students describe facts, make predictions, compare and contrast, state an opinion, and clarify or paraphrase information. […]

Lego Day

Lego Day

Legos – have you played with them? These little plastic-colored bricks have been sparking creativity and joy in kids of all ages for almost 70 years. Legos bring back memories of our childhood. Legos make memories for our children and grandchildren. Did you know? Lego means “play well” The Lego company submitted its patent application […]

National Popcorn Day

National Popcorn Day

National Popcorn Day is a fun day to eat popcorn as a treat. You can munch on popcorn all day (and weekend) long! Let’s celebrate!!! Did you know? This time-honored snack can be sweet or savory, caramelized, buttered or plain Popcorn can be made into a candied ball, or tossed with nuts and chocolate Enjoy […]

Give the gift of reading this Christmas

Give the gift of reading this Christmas

Let’s encourage our children to read this Christmas season. Why? When an individual reads, opportunity knocks. Reading can help our children achieve their goals – A book is a gift you can open again and again 🙂 Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope 😉 Once you learn to read, you will be forever […]

12 days of Christmas

12 days of Christmas

What are the 12 days of Christmas? Some people think it’s the time during the Christmas period from the birth of Jesus to the coming of the Magi (the Three Wise Men). Others believe the partridge in a pear tree represents Jesus, the Son of God, whose birthday we celebrate on the first day of […]

Hanukkah

Hanukkah

Hanukkah is also known as the Festival of Lights. This Jewish festival commemorates the recovery of Jerusalem and rededication of the Second Temple. This year Hanukkah is celebrated: December 7th – December 15th. For Jewish Americans, this time of year is celebrated with the blue and white (and sometimes silver) of Hanukkah and playing the […]