5 Reasons The Kingdom Code Is Perfect for Kid Entrepreneurs

Last summer, as the slime craze swept the nation, it also took over our home. Even my 20 year old daughter was consumed with watching slime videos, and for her birthday, my soon to be 12 year old, requested 6 gallons of glue. Aside from the mess, and a stained table, what was left were nearly 12 pounds of slime, in tiny 4 oz. containers, in various colors, textures and scents. This is how the slime shop began. Financial Literacy…

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Flexible Learning Opportunities for Your High Schooler

Flexible Learning Opportunities for Your High Schooler

Two years ago, I had the opportunity to meet the faces behind 7 Sisters Homeschool, and I gotta say these ladies are the real deal. I’m a bit disappointed in myself, for taking so long to truly dive into what they do. Growing up is hard to do. This month, my high schoolers, had the opportunity to explore several career options, thanks to amazing curriculum designed by the ladies at…

All-In-One Homeschooling, with School House Teachers

Last October I was introduced to SchoolHouseTeachers.com at a conference. A blogger friend was discussing the amazing benefits included with membership, and I was slightly intrigued. I decided to join a few weeks later, and it was a very wise decision. This site offers more than 380 online classes, from preschool to high school and even courses for parents. It’s crazy! At first glance, School House Teachers was only going…

Extend Learning Opportunities, with Online Unit Studies

  Online Unit Studies, created by Beth, The Techie Homeschool Mom, are a fantastic way to ease your kids in the world of online learning. Now that your homeschool organization is up and ready to go, it’s a great time to start looking into next year’s curriculum, as well as continued learning over the summer. 5 Reasons to Include Online Unit Studies in Your Homeschool 1. All the work has…

YouTube Best Practices For Creators and Consumers

  When my 11 year old asked if she could launch a YouTube channel a few years ago, my immediate response, was absolutely not. She, along with her siblings had replaced their TV time with YouTube time. My son was into video game reviews and, and the girls into baking and DIY videos. However, the idea of my kids on YouTube was terrifying. After doing a little research, I became more…

Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Hulu in Your Homeschool

One of the simplest ways to add tech in your homeschool, is through video subscription services like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Hulu. These services are also a great way to continue homeschooling, while you’re on an extended vacations, road trips or even when mom is sick. Thanks to lots of road trips and an extended move this year, we’ve taken advantage of these services much more than in the past. Like audio…

10 Free Amazing Summer Programs from Homeschool Buyers Co-op

(The following post was sponsored by Homeschool Buyers Co-Op, see my full disclosure here.) Are you taking the summer off? Or do you homeschool year round? As much as I long for a much needed long summer break, I gotta admit that getting back in our fall routine takes longer than I’d like. Because of this, we made the year-round switch a couple of years ago. While the learning keeps…

World Geography for Everyone with Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum (PAC)

(I was compensated for my time reviewing this product.  All opinions are my own. You can read my complete disclosure here.) Two years ago, while on a cross country trip over the Christmas holiday, I decided to be intentional about teaching my girls World Geography. We had spent hours in a minivan discussing places we had seen while on the road, when we began discussing mountain ranges. My husband being…

Teaching Homeschool Writing with Writers in Residence

(I was compensated for my time reviewing this product. All opinions are my own. You can read my complete disclosure here.) Writing has always been the one thing I knew I wanted to do. Even during the years I dreamt of becoming a surgeon, a pilot, a lawyer, and a teacher, writing was still part of the dream. When I became a mother, one of the things I looked forward…