This easy to make walker tote bag is held on with two strips of hook and loop tape (Velcro). It is a fast sewing project, perfect for beginner sewers who want to sew for charity. The tutorial teaches you step by step how to sew a walker bag.
Christians are not immune from the gloom of seasonal affective disorder. Meditating on God who is the True Light can help a Christian face SAD or winter depression and overcome it with hope.
Selecting a language arts curriculum is a hard choice to make. As you evaluate different programs and resources, keep these thoughts in mind to choose a good fit for you and for your children.
Creating a comprehensive language arts program for your homeschool is a challenge just because language arts is such a broad field. Make it easier by crafting integrated lessons that touch on many areas at once.
Writing a review of an online service or website is different from writing a product review. Through experience writing website reviews, I've discovered some things that help.
By following some simple rules of hand-me-down etiquette, you can navigate the complicated situation of giving and receiving hand-me-downs.
Enhance learning from field trips by writing a field trip report. What to do before, during, and after a field trip can make writing the report easier.
Cleaning suede or sheepskin slippers is not difficult if you follow a few simple rules. Don't just throw them in the washing machine. Suede is unlike other materials and requires special treatment.
Help! I'm behind in homeschool! What can I do with these feelings of guilt over our homeschool lessons? How can we catch up after being behind?
Homeschoolers use a book called a curriculum spine to offer structure to a unit of study such as history or science.
A triarama, or pyramid diorama, is an easy, hands-on, 3D project for homeschool narration, unit studies, or book reports. Learn how to make a triarama with these easy steps.
Cootie catchers are a fun papercraft that can also serve to teach your children in a creative, hands-on way. No matter your lesson plans, you can integrate a cootie catcher into it.
Movies can be educational if you take a few extra steps before, during and after watching. Films work well to complement a homeschool curriculum for science, language arts, and history. Here is how to get the most from watching movies.