I love homeschooling curriculum. Often curriculum can be a lot of trial and error but I enjoy the process of exploring curriculum choices.
Whether I purchase it, or design my own, here’s where you’ll find all of the posts about the curriculum I’ve used.
Teach your young preschooler (or kindergartener) about trees, birds, Earth Day, and gardening! Check out this April Preschool calendar for inspiration!
Do you homeschool? Do you wonder how you can teach music even if you don’t play a musical instrument? This post is full of helpful and inspiring ideas!
We’re celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday by collecting postcards from across Canada! We would love for you to participate! Send us your Canadian postcard!
The best homeschooling planning process is the one which can involve children in planning. Children have questions! Capture those questions and you have the foundation of an awesome curriculum!
Are you struggling to come up with educational ideas for your young homeschoolers? Check out this March Preschool / Kindergarten calendar for inspiration!
Struggling to come up with educational ideas for your young homeschoolers? Check out this February Preschool / Kindergarten calendar for inspiration!
Struggling to come up with educational ideas for your young homeschoolers? Check out the January Preschool / Kindergarten calendar for inspiration!
We’re doing a light curriculum for the month of December but we have planned some some activities. Check out our morning time basket we have for December!
December kindergarten planning (also suitable for preschool planning). Includes links to activities, crafts, and recommended books for your homeschooler!
Distracted learners? Homeschooling can be challenging when holidays approach. Check out these tips and ideas on how to homeschool through the Christmas season!
Check out these Veterans Day Activities / Remembrance Day Activities for homeschoolers. Recommended books, videos, poppy crafts, and more.
November kindergarten planning (also suitable for preschool planning). Includes links to activities, crafts, and recommended books for your homeschooler!
How do you get your kids enthused about learning?! You can make learning especially exciting with learning provocations! Get the what, why, and how of this delightful way to teach children!
Practical and simple suggestions for how to build your child’s faith. Whether you homeschool or not, these faith-building ideas can be used in any home!
Take a look at this October kindergarten planning (also suitable for preschool planning). Includes links to activities, crafts, and recommended books to use with your young homeschooler!
Take a look at our September kindergarten planning for our homeschool (also suitable for preschool). Includes links to educational activities, crafts, and recommended books!
For our grade four science, I created my own plant unit study for our homeschool. From notebooking, to books, to field trip ideas… check out all of these educational (and fun) ideas!
Are you overwhelmed by the idea of adding art instruction into your homeschool curriculum? Look no further! Check out this simple and amazing solution!
Our morning time basket changes regularly. Check out the contents of this month’s Morning Time Basket. We have all sorts of awesome materials to study!
Do you love homeschool planning? I get a thrill in gathering curriculum for a new homeschool year! Come check out our 4th grade homeschool curriculum choices!
I love our homeschool Morning Time. Come have a sneak peek at the contents of this month’s Morning Time Basket.
What is morning time and how do we include it in our homeschool schedule? Come see what the morning time schedule looks like for this homeschooling family.
Looking for homeschool physical education ideas? Look no further! Here are 15 easy and fun indoor physical education ideas you can try at home!
Check out this complete preschool curriculum to explore apples AND the letter A. This comprehensive apple curriculum includes activities for various subjects, recommended books about apples, and so much more!
I’ve heard on several occasions how families feel intimidated by the prospect of “teaching” art. Here are some great tips on how to include art in your homeschool curriculum!
What do you do with your homeschooler in the winter? Winter can be long, boring, and dull! Bring life to your homeschool lessons with these ideas!
Come and see how we used Five in a Row with the book, Little Nino’s Pizzeria, to weave a fun and comprehensive curriculum. Links to many resources as well!
Come and see how we used Five in a Row with the book, The Salamander Room, to weave a fun and comprehensive curriculum. Links to many resources as well!
I love children’s books. So it may not come as a surprise to you that one of my favourite curriculum planning methods is literacy-based planning. An example and free printable is included!