Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter W

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter W

Hello Friend, Welcome back! This week we are on the letter “W”! I can’t believe our series is almost finished. It’s gone by way too quickly. If you have missed any of the previous homeschooling tips, just click on the alphabet letter that you missed below.  Homeschool Tips – AHomeschool Tips – BHomeschool Tips –…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter V

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter V

Hi Friend,  Welcome back to our Homeschooling Tips From A to Z series! This week we are on the letter V. If you missed any of the previous weeks’ letters, just click on the letter that you missed below. Homeschool Tips – AHomeschool Tips – BHomeschool Tips – CHomeschool Tips – DHomeschool Tips – E…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter T

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter T

Hi Friend, Welcome to our Letter “T” Homeschooling Tips. If you have missed any of the previous weeks’ tips, just click on the alphabet letter that you missed! Homeschool Tips – A Homeschool Tips – B Homeschool Tips – C Homeschool Tips – D Homeschool Tips – E Homeschool Tips – F Homeschool Tips –…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter S

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter S

Hi Friend, Welcome to our Letter “S” Homeschooling Tips. We’ve got lots to discuss this week, but before we do, if you have missed any of the previous weeks’ tips, just click on the alphabet letter that you missed! Homeschool Tips – AHomeschool Tips – BHomeschool Tips – CHomeschool Tips – DHomeschool Tips – E…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter O

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter O

Hi Friend,  Welcome back to this week’s Homeschooling Tips that Begin with the Letter “O”. If you missed any of the other alphabet letters in this series, just click on the appropriate letter below.  Homeschool Tips – A Homeschool Tips – B Homeschool Tips – C Homeschool Tips – D Homeschool Tips – E Homeschool…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter J

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter J

Hi Friend,  Welcome back. This week our homeschooling tips all begin with the letter J.  If you missed any of the previous homeschooling tips, you may want to go back and have a look. Just click on the alphabet letter below. Homeschooling tips – A Homeschooling tips – B Homeschooling tips – C Homeschooling tips…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter I

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: The Letter I

Homeschooling tip #1: Interruptions Interruptions don’t just happen at dinner time. They seem to come at any time, especially when you’re trying to teach. Don’t you hate that? For phone interruptions, notify your callers with a voice mail greeting letting them know that school is in session. They should leave a message and you’ll get…

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: the Letter E

Homeschooling Tips from A to Z: the Letter E

Hi. Welcome back to our Homeschooling Tips from A to Z. This week we are on the letter E. If you missed any of the alphabet letters before this, you’ll really want to check them out.  Homeschooling Tips – AHomeschooling Tips – BHomeschooling Tips – CHomeschooling Tips – D Homeschooling Tip #1: Emergency Planning Praise…

Themed Bible Sword Drill Game and Lesson: Number Three. Prayer
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Themed Bible Sword Drill Game and Lesson: Number Three. Prayer

So many people have loved these themed sword drill games and Bible lessons for kids, that I had to make another one! The theme for this sword drill is “prayer”.  What is a Sword Drill? If you are a new visitor, let me introduce to you…. a sword drill. We as Christians can refer to…

How to Make your Vacation Educational and Memorable
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How to Make your Vacation Educational and Memorable

As I was getting off of the school bus, I was excited to be on a school field trip. Here we were, my classmates and I, in Washington D.C. at the Smithsonian Institute. A whole day of not being in school. I was really looking forward to this “vacation day”.   I don’t remember anything about…

Themed Bible Sword Drill Game and Lesson: Number Two. Love
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Themed Bible Sword Drill Game and Lesson: Number Two. Love

Can your kids find the Bible verses fast and then guess the topic that all the verses have in common? With this free, printable sword drill, your kids will get plenty of practice finding references in their Bibles.  When all the sword drill Bible verses have been found, your kids will find out that the…

Homeschool Bible Assignments for High School
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Homeschool Bible Assignments for High School

Homeschooling high school age children can be hard. Believe me, I know.  Sometimes certain subjects are just way over my head. For some people, teaching a Bible lesson to high schoolers can be very intimidating.  I mean, what if they ask a question you don’t know the answer to? But you know Bible class is…

Bible Basics: Follow God’s People Through the Bible in Chronological Order
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Bible Basics: Follow God’s People Through the Bible in Chronological Order

Has your child ever had an “A-Ha!”moment? I know that my kids have, especially with math lessons. It always warmed my heart to see that they were grasping and understanding important information. Has your child ever had an “A-Ha!” moment with a Bible lesson? I know that kids in Sunday school, children’s church, Christian youth…

Bible Basics: Understanding the Bible’s Layout
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Bible Basics: Understanding the Bible’s Layout

Did you know that the books of the Bible are not placed in chronological order?  Knowing the layout of the Bible books will make studying God’s Word so much easier for your child.  This free, 13-page, kid-friendly lesson (with assessment questions at the end), will give you and your child a resource to come back…

Popsicle Stick Activity: Help your Child Learn the Books of the Bible
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Popsicle Stick Activity: Help your Child Learn the Books of the Bible

One of the first things in getting your child used to his/her Bible, is getting them used to reading the Bible names and finding where they are located. A fun way to learn is the best way to go, and with this activity you can let your child practice independently.  Print off the books of…