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!
Switching from working at an office to working at home can be a big adjustment. Here are several tips to help you work from home efficiently and productively.
It’s summertime!! This means the sun, the beach, the pool – everything water-related! Get the feel of the beach or the pool in your own backyard with these fun summer activities for kids that include water.
Looking for fun activities to do with your kids this summer? Check out this roundup of fun activities your children can do during the summer break!
Looking for something fun for the kids to do this summer when they’re out of school? These DIY summer crafts for kids are a perfect way to keep busy during summer vacation and those long hot months!
Looking for something for the kids to do this summer? Here’s a list of fun and free summer printables for the children in your life. Enjoy some screen-free time as a family this summer with these free summer printables for kids.
Looking for a boredom buster for the summer or another time when you’re stuck at home? This fun neighborhood outdoor scavenger hunt with sidewalk chalk is the perfect way to get the entire neighborhood involved yet do it on your own time at each family’s convenience.
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!
To help make Sundays go more smoothly, we’ve created this simple free printable to help you schedule out your own sacrament meeting at home to go along with Come Follow Me, published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
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.