Thursday, March 20, 2014

Homeschool Mid-Year + Homeschool Spring Break

Spring has Sprung!

Remember that you can begin homeschooling at any time during the year. You can begin homeschooling during the middle of the year, during the middle of a week, or even during the middle of a school day!

Some states might require a "Notice of Intent to Homeschool" within 30 days of withdrawing your child from school, or within a similar time-frame. To check on your state's requirements, contact your State Homeschool Association. They'll have all the information you need on homeschooling in your state.

Spring break can be a good time to begin homeschooling, too. It allows children time to relax and decompress, as you make plans to pursue fun, educational activities for the weeks ahead. Summertime is another good time to ease into homeschooling your child.

Remember that homeschooling is not "school at home." Rather, it's a natural part of living and learning each day, and there's no limit to the fun, learning activities that are available to you and your family!

For learning ideas, crafts, and activities this Spring, see our "Today's Lesson" or our "Unit Studies" page on our homeschool website at

Happy homeschooling!

Monday, February 3, 2014

Make a Globe, Learn about Olympics and Learn about Your World

Become more familiar with your world by making a globe and locating Sochi, the setting for the Winter Olympics, on your globe. Make a balloon globe and label Sochi on the globe. Then label your state and town on the balloon globe, and determine the distance between your hometown and Sochi.

To make a balloon globe -- or a papier mache globe -- follow the easy instructions on our "Today's Lesson" at

For daily lessons all year, see the "Weekly Lessons" on our site at

For hands-on activities, see the "Hands-On Experiments" on our site at

Remember: "I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand." - Confucius

Happy homeschooling!

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Create a Snow Globe and Learn History

Make your own snow globe and learn the history of snow globes.

You’ll also learn about early 19th century France, the Paris Expo of 1878, the Eiffel Tower, the French Revolution, the first snow globes in America, and more.

When children are involved in hands-on projects, they learn so much more and retain what they learn for much longer, too.

See our “Today’s Lesson” at and have fun learning this winter!

Happy homeschooling and enjoy the Christmas season!

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Thanksgiving Unit Study

This month we offer our Thanksgiving Unit Study.

Subjects Covered in the Study: Reading, History, Geography, Map-Reading, Culture, Climates, Plantings, Math Skills, Arts and Crafts, Descriptive Writing, Language Arts, Vocabulary, Spelling, Research Skills, Cooking.


* The Journey from England to New England
* The Tour of The Mayflower
* The Mayflower’s Passenger List
* The First Thanksgiving
* Pilgrim, Native American, and Thanksgiving Crafts
* Thanksgiving Recipes for Kids

Start the Unit Study by clicking “Unit Study Themes” in the middle of our Home page at:

Today's Lesson:

For a Variety of Learning Activities, see “Today's Lesson” at the top of our Home page at:

Happy homeschooling!

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Free Homeschool Curriculum + Free Homeschool Lesson Plan Ideas

Free Homeschool Curriculum and Free Homeschool Lesson Plan Ideas are available on our page.

With the Current Free Homeschool Activities you can:

1. Create Amazing Artwork with Tessellations and Geometric Patterns

2. Learn About Ecosystems and Biomes

3. Cook Up Tasty Math Concoctions

4. Experiment with Magnetism

5. Explore the World with Famous Explorers

6. Experience New Adventures by Reading a Book-a-Day!

Enjoy learning this year with all that we offer at, or try the Free Homeschool Activities at

Happy Homeschooling and Have a Great Homeschool Year!

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Free Math Book + Homeschool Lessons at Everything Homeschooling

A lucky subscriber to will win a Singapore Math Practice Book this month!

To be entered in the drawing, subscribe in August at

Enjoy a Great Start to your homeschool year with easy, fun, and flexible Homeschool Lessons and Homeschool Activities at!

Happy homeschooling!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Summer Homeschool Activities

Summer Homeschool Fun at:

Summertime provides plenty of opportunities for learning new skills or hobbies and acquiring more knowledge — yet it still feels like FUN!

Here's just a few of the ideas listed on our Everything Homeschooling website for Summer.

Make, Construct, or Create:

- Terrariums
- Summer Time Capsules
- Airplanes that Fly
- Bean Bag Toss Game
- Summer Constellations
- Stonehenge Replica
- Tissue Paper Paintings
- Summer Scrapbooks
- Dried Flower and Nature Crafts
- Water Balloon Games
- Creative Bulletin Boards, and much more

Click the Summer Activities link, here or on our Everything Homeschooling website for more Summer Fun!
Happy Homeschooling!