FREE Back to School Bucket List Printables!

 Back to School is always an exciting time of year.    We get all new books, pencils, crayons, and other school supplies. We all seem to have these huge expectations and plans, but towards the end of the first month, back to school is old news. We forget why we were pumped up, so I decided to make things FUN this year to continue the back to school spark. Each one of my children filled out a back to school bucket {Read More}

FREE Shark Notebook Pages

Shark Week is approaching! I thought it would be educational for my children to learn about several of the different types of common sharks since the world has dedicated a whole week to these interesting predators. So they must be pretty important, right? In fact, our society needs sharks.  There are several reasons we need sharks and they need us. Yes, I keep telling myself we need sharks after all the shark attacks in the last month. Yikes! I’ll let you explain that one {Read More}

FREE Angry Birds Writing Prompts for Kids!

I wanted to create a few FUN Angry Birds Writing prompts for my kids! They brainstorm one day, and then write the rough draft the second, and their final paper is due on the third day. However, you can assign the writing activity to meet your homeschool or classroom schedule.     There are 8 total pages to choose from, so you can print the ones your child wants at any time. It’s perfect to keep your children writing during the summer {Read More}

FREE Field Trip Notebook Pages

One of my favorite aspects of homeschooling were the numerous field trips that we took with our homeschool group. They were always anticipated for weeks and made our learning entertaining and real. I am a strong believer in documenting our field trips and recording the event on paper.  It’s a great way to reminise and review later on in your homeschool journey the lessons you all learned. My kids love to show them to their grandparents and their friends at church. {Read More}

FREE Baby Monster Writing Prompts for Kids!

  I wanted to create a few FUN Monster Writing prompts for my kids! They brainstorm one day, and then write the rough draft the second, and their final paper is due on the third day. However, you can assign the writing activity to meet your homeschool or classroom schedule. There are two different levels to choose from depending on your student’s handwriting abilities. Take a peek at a couple of the 6 monster writing prompts.     I created these free {Read More}