FEAR. You can’t see it, but you can sure see the effects of it. In this Joshua Takes Command Object Lesson, use a simple science experiment to help children understand that God asks us to make hard decisions and … Continue reading → The post Joshua Takes Command Object Lesson appeared first on Future.Flying.Saucers..
Help your little ones learn their numbers with these fun, colorful Dr. Seuss Numbers Flashcards! These flashcards will help children to: learn to recognize numbers 1-9 learn the spelling of numbers 1-9 learn to count to 9. Click here and complete the checkout process to get your free Dr. Seuss Numbers Flashcards. Don’t forget to get your free Dr. Seuss Sight Words Flashcards while you’re here! For even more fun Dr. Seuss resources, click here!
Dr. Seuss has been a favorite in our family since my children were toddlers. When I can get my middle schoolers to sit down for a read aloud, his books are often what they choose to have me read to them. It makes my mommy heart soar knowing that my fond memories of reading Dr. Seuss books to them means something to them too! Encouraging kids to read is important and with Dr. Seuss’s birthday just around the corner, I decided to make a few fun Dr. Seuss Reading Charts! I hope that your kids enjoy using them as
Welcome to this week’s Encouraging Hearts and Home where you’ll find encouragement for yourself, your homeschool and your home from bloggers around the world! Encouraging Hearts and Home Bloggers remember the following… The most clicked post for each week will be entered to win a monthly giveaway package! So, be sure to share the link to each week’s linky party with your readers, fans and followers! Discover encouragement for your heart and home! #EHH #ihsnetClick To Tweet Feature #1 Last week’s most clicked post was from As We Walk Along the Road‘s post, Chronicles of Narnia Literature Unit Study Resources. Feature
Finishing Strong is a place for families who are homeschooling middle & high school kids to meet up in order to share tips, encouragement, advice, and more. We know it can be stressful homeschooling teens, which is why we’ve built this community! Welcome back to Finishing Strong! We are glad you’re joining us! Finishing Strong is brought to you each Wednesday by the ladies at Blog She Wrote, Education Possible, EvaVarga, and Starts at Eight. We hope you’ll take some time to check out the amazing posts that have been shared with us. We are so thankful to all
This is a sponsored post. The Well Planned Gal recently did an interview with the creator of the film Is Genesis History. A trip to see this film would be an excellent homeschool field trip. Check it out… In a world where evolution has become a foundational way of thinking, students – even students from solid Christian homes – struggle to reconcile the Genesis account of this world’s origins with the information bombarding them everywhere else. Were Adam and Eve real? Did a worldwide biblical flood actually occur? Did God really create the earth in six days? How can the
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ birthday! There are so many fun ways to celebrate this day with your children! Of course one of our very favorite traditions is having Green Eggs & Ham for breakfast. But really- who am I kidding? We don’t need a special day to celebrate Dr. Seuss in our home. We’ve always been huge Dr. Seuss fans. If your children enjoy Dr. Seuss too, these flashcards are a fun way to help them learn common sight words. Click here and complete the checkout process to get your free Dr. Seuss Sight Word Flashcards. Don’t forget
I don’t know about your place, but the weather has been amazing at our house this week, allowing us LOTS of outdoor time and fun together! I am so glad that you are stopping by today and can’t wait to see what you all have to share this week. Be sure to stop by our PreK & K Pinterest board to see a collection of the different posts we are pinning – including yours! Don’t forget to link up a post (or two) of yours and share what you’ve been working on with your kids! Here are a few
Do you do any notebooking in your homeschool? Why not try these FREE Bible Notebooking Pages! Old and New Testament Topics!
It’s time your pantry got a clean out! For it to be orderly and clutter free, you must take the time to organize it – and keep it that way. If you aren’t sure where to start, read the following pantry organization tips below. They should help you get started on your quest for a fresh and organized pantry! 6 Tips to Organizing your Pantry 1. Remove everything. Take out every bag, box, and container. Pile it all on your kitchen counter, or even in the floor if you need to. You must carve out a few hours of
Do you love free books? Every once in awhile I share the pile of books that I’m reading. Not all of those books fit on my shelf (that’s a good thing and a bad thing – grins), and I’ve been saving a box of them to give away to one of you all! Many of the books are in brand new condition, but a few others may have some underlining or an earmarked corner or two. A chunk of them are from my 2016 reading list, but others are ones that have been pulled off the shelf to make room
Teaching our children life skills is a key part of their growing up. It can be easy to take the things we do daily and weekly for granted, forgetting their our children might not have gained these skills. In order for our children to grow up, move out, and become fully functioning adults they need to be taught these life skills. Gathering essentials for stocking a kitchen and pantry are the first step in being able to cook for themselves when they are out on their own. Essentials for Stocking a Kitchen & Pantry In order to cook meals