Simple Seasons Curriculum (Page 2)

  This week we are beginning our Harvest Time Curriculum with Pixie. Of course, Fairy and Bug will participate in many of the hands-on activities. Pixie has gone through the unit two years ago, but we are looking forward to doing it again with her. She will have a totallyRead More →

Hi everyone. I just thought I would stop in and let you all know that the new Homeschool Companion Puddles and Ponds schedule and book list are organized and ready to use. I don’t have it ready as a printable pdf (I’m working on updating all of the unit pdfs)Read More →

Here is a collection of our FREE homeschool curriculum guides, journal pages, planners and more. We call our homeschooling units our Homeschool Companion Guides and they are here to help you on your homeschooling journey. Simple Seasons :: Preschool-Kindergarten (4-6 years old) Simple Seasons is a literature based, hands-on curriculumRead More →

Ahhh, today is our first day getting back into our normal routines. We had a joyful holiday season but as I so often am, I am sooo ready to get into our normal pattern of daily life. We have a few new school books we will be trying out, includingRead More →

Any child that can hold a pair of scissors can help with this project. Even younger children can help with the gluing. The end result is lovely and would make a special gift for grandmas and grandpas! Materials and Supplies: red, pink and green construction paper used cardboard from boxesRead More →

Every family has their favorite traditional foods they make for Christmas. In Michelle’s house, Christmas breakfast always includes a birthday cake for Baby Jesus. Although pancake men are not a part of our holiday celebration, the children enjoyed them just the same 🙂 In the book Christmas in the BigRead More →

In the book, The Legend of the Poinsettia, by Tomie dePaola… “At home Lucida helped Mama clean their casita-their little house-and pat out the tortillas for their meals.” We did not make our own tortillas, but we used flour tortillas to make “Mock Sopapillas”. Easy and yummy, I can almostRead More →

Christmas is a time for not only making memories but for remembering. Certainly, when we look back on Christmases past, we are sure to conjure up some memories of food. In just about every conceivable celebration, you will find food. Not surprising… food sustains life. Since eating is necessary, even onRead More →