Timelines complement to any homeschool history curriculum and are especially good for visual learners because they offer a view of historical events in a pictorial way.
Lesson plan ideas, worksheets, and videos to teach left and right.
What better way to learn about the United States of America than to create a notebook filled with facts about each state? Here you will find printables, books, ideas, and supplementary activities.
Monet's subject matter is especially family friendly and generally enjoyed by most everyone. So if you're looking for a painter to begin your artist study with, Monet is a great choice!
Alligators are learning to read and write down in the swamp. Post the Alligator Pie Poem and let the kids sing along. Lots more alligator themed hands-on activities help kids read, write and cipher...
With just cardstock and a paper fastener, you can make an interactive learning tool for homeschool lessons -- a wheel book.
How to implement artist study in your homeschool, the way that Charlotte Mason outlined.
Helping children with Down syndrome learn to tell time.
Here is the record of our homeschool journey into drawing, using Mona Brookes' Drawing with Children as our main resource.
The 6 activities in this article can be used to fulfill the Early Learning Guidelines for the Cognitive Domain. The following hands-on activities are fun & engaging. They have been used many times.