Looking for Science Curriculum ideas for elementary homeschooling? Have you ever investigated the MATTER of bread? In this homeschool science project you are required to experiment with bread making ingredients to study how matter can change....―
Ever had Corn Muffins with pieces of corn inside? In Kentucky and Indiana it is a pretty common recipe. For Jake's Homeschool Social Studies project, he created a recipe using a few of Indiana's most common "natural" resources. Corn, of course is ...―
The insect world is one of the most diverse and amazing in nature. With millions of different types of insects and bugs, you could spend your entire life studying insects and still not unearthing everything there is to know about … ...―
There cannot be a more pleasing sight than the arrival of a small ladybug to your backyard. These little red and black creatures manage to delight everyone regardless of age as they busy themselves around the garden eating up all … ...―
Want to add an Easter theme to homeschool physical education activities for elementary school age kids? Use plastic eggs and egg cartons in the games. To make a fun preschool activity or silly Easter party game add some bunny ears. These 3 games ...―
We are officially chicken farmers! So, in this edition of Jake's Journey in Art we incorporated our Silver Wyandotte Chicks into the homeschool art project. This paper craft is a pattern for an 8 x 8 quilt square. The assignment was to design a...―
Planning a themed Saint Patrick's Day Party? Try some leprechaun approved games for kids. These easy games can be played with one child or more. ∙ You might also like Leprechaun/Santa Tanagram Game ∙ Lucky's Coins: Great for...―
This stingy leprechaun is the perfect Saint Patrick's Day game. He wants to keep his money while you learn to count it. This first to third grade math activity is for children of all ages. Learn the basics of counting money. Printable templates...―
Did you know you can donate your car for kids? Begin to teach your children about philanthropy at an early age to build a lifetime of giving. We give tons of things to Goodwill every year. You probably already know you can donate your vehicle to...―
So, I'm somewhat of an Architecture ophile (okay, I made that word up). I studied Architecture in college, back then futuristic architecture was an oxymoron of sorts. It meant buildings designed in the past to look futuristic, generally the...―
Don't you just love the illustrations of Eric Carle in children's books? Did you ever wonder how to paint like Eric Carle? This Homeschool Art Project takes some time, but it is worth the effort! ∙ Jake traced this on our light table, and ...―
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I had every intention of posting this week's Menu Plan when I got home from my high school ...
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