Archives for November 2015

Ham, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Casserole

Confession: I’m a ham girl. No offense to Thanksgiving and the turkey, but I prefer ham. That’s why, even though we eat turkey with extended family on Thanksgiving, I always buy a ham and cook it at my house, too. And talk about the leftovers–YUM! We eat ham for days, people, and never get sick […]

Black Friday #Homeschool Deals 2015

This Black Friday there will be some fabulous deals from great educational companies that are perfect for homeschool families. Some of these deals are definitely on my Christmas shopping list! I’m also going to take advantage of our homeschool umbrella school’s Black Friday deal for next year’s tuition. This is by no means an exhaustive […]

2015 ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas Movie Schedule with FREE Printable DVR Guide

Some of my favorite childhood Christmas memories involve watching my favorite Christmas movies. Year after year I watch the same ones–White Christmas, Frosty the Snowman, Charlie Brown’s Christmas, and more. Every year I wait in anticipation to find my favorites on the television. If you love to pop a bowl of popcorn and snuggle up […]

Canada Books for Kids

Sled dogs, Mounties, and maple syrup, oh my! After studying Mexico, we hopped on the Imagination Express and headed to Canada. One of our homeschool daily rhythms includes Book Basket Time, where I lay out a feast of books and the kids read, look at pictures, and immerse themselves in their learning. It is such […]

Reindeer Floats Christmas Snack

These adorable Reindeer Floats are easy to assemble and would make a fun treat for watching movies with the family, or any of your holiday traditions. My kids thought they were hilarious and fun–they really liked making these together! This post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. […]

Mexico Books for Kids

Confession: The extent of my knowledge of Mexico could be summed up in a handful of things–piñatas, tacos, sombreros, and Dora. That’s probably not what you want to hear from a homeschool mom teaching a unit study on Mexico, is it? While that might be a little bit of an exaggeration, it’s not too far […]