A BIG List of Spring Homeschool Resources

Spring is in full swing. The flowers are blooming and the warmer temperatures are making us all want to go into spring fever mode despite the spring cleaning that needs to happen before the hotter months. Here’s a list of FREE Spring resources and ideas to keep you and your children learning and having fun during the beautiful springtime. The spring cleaning can wait, right? Spring Preschool Resources Spring preschool printable pack with over 30 pages of FUN! Super adorable {Read More}

So EASY Strawberry Bars recipe

This easy strawberry bars recipe only requires 5 ingredients and I can almost guarantee you probably have all of them in your kitchen except maybe one. So put a strawberry cake mix on your grocery list, run to the store, and put your cute apron on. These are perfect for any time of year, and especially festive for Valentine’s Day. EASY Strawberry Bars Recipe Ingredients 1 Strawberry Cake Mix 2 eggs 1/3 c of oil 2 T of milk 1 c of powdered {Read More}

10 Interesting Facts About Alaska you should Know

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Aunt Phil’s Trunk. All opinions are 100% my very own. I’ll be honest, I never had a desire to visit Alaska until a few years ago. I had friends that went on an Alaskan cruise and immediately fell in love with this breath-taking state. Their photos were absolutely stunning. Also, Adam took his mom on an amazing Alaskan cruise for her 70th birthday this past May. He is insisting we go {Read More}

19 Hot Chocolate Recipes that will make you Happy!

Indulging in a piping cup of Hot Chocolate is one of those beloved memories that I have as a child. Over the years, I have developed many fun traditions with my own children. One of my children’s favorite hot beverage is hot chocolate. As a child, we called it hot chocolate, but as I got older I realized that others called it hot cocoa. So whatever you want to call it….works for me. These simple homemade hot cocoa recipes are {Read More}

FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. Printable Pack – PreK and K!

I believe teaching our children about Martin Luther King, Jr is essential in their education. My children have a hard time grasping this concept because they honestly don’t see anything different about African-Americans except that their skin is darker than ours as Caucasian. It’s a tough subject to teach, but my children need to learn the truth.  Unfortunately, the world does not see all races as equal which is oblivious to me. I must prepare my children to preach the {Read More}