Finding unique ways to get kids excited about learning different grammar concepts can be difficult. It’s been a passion of mine to be creative and find ways for kids to actually enjoy learning these concepts, too! What do homophones and detectives have in common? You can find out in this FREE Rabbit Trails through Literature lesson about homophones!Read more
Learning Parts of Speech Doesn’t have to be Boring!
I’ve heard from so many homeschool parents about learning parts of speech and how dull it can be. No one wants language arts to be boring and it certainly doesn’t have it be! Add some fun to your homeschool with these parts of speech activities (plus a freebie, too!)Read more
Free Rosa Parks Unit Study
It’s no secret that we love learning through literature in our home. When I was working on the Rabbit Trail’s lesson for Martin Luther King Jr, I stumbled upon another book about Rosa Parks and knew it had to become a lesson as well. Studying black history doesn’t have to happen in just the month of February, but can happen any time of year. I wanted to focus on teaching my kids about some amazing black women that influenced history, so that brings us to the NEWEST Rabbit Trails through Literature lesson- a free Rosa Parks unit study that I’m sharing with you!Read more
The Top Language Arts Curriculum to Use in Your Homeschool
Language Arts curriculum has been the nemesis of many a homeschool mom – BUT NO MORE!!!! Here are all the amazing resources I’ve found – and even created – to help homeschool moms everywhere celebrate teaching their kids reading, spelling and writing… the top Language Arts curriculum to use in your homeschool.Read more