Math can be challenging for both kids and adults. If your child is one of those kids who does not naturally love math, you will need the best math apps to improve your child’s math skills.
If you have a high school homeschooler in your house, make sure you read these tips! Whether you are new to homeschooling or a veteran, these ideas will help your high school homeschooler have a successful four years.
If you are trying to understand race, diveristy, and bias better, this list of 27 books about racism and diversity for adults will give you that understanding. In a world with white privilege and unintentional racism and bias based on the color of someone’s skin, these books will help you better understand why the divide…
Help your children understand current events like race and diversity with this list of 35 books about racism and diversity. These books on racism and diversity for kids were all recommended by people of color as accurate and useful ways to raise children without prejudice or bias based on skin color.
Is it time to go back to school? Whether you homeschool or your kids go to public school, starting a new school year can feel good or feel bad for children. Help make heading back-to-school time be a fun experience for your kids with these free back to school crafts and printables!
Are you looking for a LEGO class curriculum for your homeschool or classroom? Or perhaps you just need some ideas for fun LEGO activities and games to do inside on a rainy day. Challenge cards, island disasters, building upside, and more – check out these fun LEGO challenges and activities for kids of all ages!
Are you looking for ideas to design and organize your home office or a homeschool room, or even just a room where your kids can do their homework and read books? Check out these tips and learn from this homeschooling family how to organize a homeschool room and office on a budget!
Sometimes you’re stuck at home with the kids with nothing to do. Whether it’s summer, spring break, or a week-long blizzard, we all have those times where our routines get thrown off because our public school kids are home unexpectedly from school. These free school-at-home resources will help you schedule your children’s unexepcted free time.
Are your kids tracking their reading for Pizza Hut’s Book-it program, a library reading program, or are they just wanting to improve their reading? Reward your child for reading with these free monthly printable reading charts for kids. There’s one for each month, and they make daily tracking fun with their cute themes!
Read why this public middle school math teacher made the decision to homeschool her kids. She shares the reason why she decided to homeschool multiple kids beginning with preschool and kindergarten, as well as how she organizes her schoolroom and chooses her curriculum.