21 Johnny Appleseed Activities for Kids

Did you know that September 26 is National Johnny Appleseed Day?  If you are interested in teaching your kiddos about the man, the myth, the legend, Johnny Appleseed, check out the links below!  These Johnny Appleseed Activities for Kids will give your kids the chance to have fun while learning! If you’re a homeschooler, a preschool mom, or […]

Build Your Library with FREE Books from Kellogg’s!

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser to help tell you how to get free books to build your library by purchasing things you already love. All opinions are mine alone. #Back2SchoolReady #CollectiveBias With back to school time right around the corner, I love to think about ways I can […]

Lightning Literature and Composition: Grade 1 Curriculum Review

Language arts is such an important subject to teach students from a young age.  My 7 year old son and I have been reviewing a Hewitt Homeschooling program over the past few weeks, and I’m pleased with the gentle lessons we’ve been doing each day.  We have been using the Lightning Literature and Composition: Grade 1 Student Workbook ($49.95) […]

Save Money on Textbooks and Help a Child with Campus Book Rentals

*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CampusBookRentals.com. I remember my college days, and the regret of spending over a hundred dollars on a text book that I only used for the first few weeks, if at all!  Campus Book Rentals is a service that lets you rent textbooks with free […]

The Peter Rabbit Series from Kinder Cottage

If you’re like me, one of the first classic tales you remember hearing and loving as a child is The Tale of Peter Rabbit.  We received a review copy of this title from Kinder Cottage Publishing, as well as a copy of the second book in the series, Peter Rabbit at the Farm. Kinder Cottage Publishing has simplified […]