Nature Friend Magazine

Children have an inborn sense of wonder and excitement about nature.  They love being outdoors, picking grass, watching animals and birds…most of them even like bugs!  We homeschoolers can capitalize on that interest as we teach our children about the natural world, and Nature Friend magazine is here to help.  With full-color photos and articles … Read more

A Journey Through Learning

Would you like to take a “journey through learning”?  In other words, would you like to see learning come to life in your homeschool?  A wonderful way to do that is by using unit studies and lapbooks. If you’re asking “Where do I start?”, then let me introduce you to A Journey Through Learning.A Journey … Read more


Apologia.  Most homeschoolers are familiar with this name.  I know I turned to Apologia several years ago when I was looking for a good science curriculum to use with my daughters.  Since that time, we have used nothing but Apologia with my older daughter. We have used both their elementary science books by Jeannie Fulbright … Read more

Let's Be Scientists! (December planner module)

Several Crew members will be sharing their thoughts on the latest planner module – this one for December – entitled Let’s Be Scientists! Do you ever have days when your children want to know everything about everything? Don’t just send them to the encyclopedia; this E-Book will allow you to answer the questions that your … Read more

Science for High School

This article is in collaboration with Science for High School. I have shared before about my discomfort when it comes to teaching science – especially for the high school level.  I have a first time high school student this year, and science is definitely the subject that makes me the most nervous.  Needless to say, … Read more

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