CLASSICALLY, FAITHFULLY HOMESCHOOLING 4 BOYS

Step-by-Step Grammar Cards & Memory Work Cards

Affiliate links used in this post. My son is learning how to label sentences with the different parts of speech in Grammar right now and he has a tendency to jump around and label what he knows, then go back and figure out the rest. Unfortunately for him, this causes him to mislabel a lot of […]

Adding Copywork, Narration, and Dictation to Your Homeschool Day

  I am a firm believer in having my boys do copywork and narrations every day and dictation at least 3 times a week. When we first started homeschooling over 8 years ago, I didn’t understand any of those things, but we did them because my book, The Well-Trained Mind, said to do it. Over the years, I have come […]

FREE Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Zoology +more Science Journal Pages

Affiliate links are used in this post. My two older boys will study Biology and Astronomy this upcoming school year so I made a Science Journal for each of them to use. In the past, we have always used notebooking pages and lab reports and I thought maybe this year we could use something a little different. I […]

Ultimate Guide to Creating Timelines with Free Printables & Resources

Affiliate links are used in this post. Do you use timelines with your history study? We do! In fact, we have 3 different timelines – one on the wall, an index card timeline and a notebook timeline. It is a great way for kids to visualize the flow of historical events. I have created 2 different timelines for you […]

Free Printable ~ Ancient Lands Map Set

Affiliate links used in this post. I have created a set of maps for my boys to use this year in practicing memory work, labeling blank maps, playing games and for review. I pulled the information from various places so they can be used with any history or geography curriculum and any books you may be reading.  I started making […]

Notebooking Series 1: 10 Ways to Use Science Notebooking

I love notebooking with my kids. It is such a good way for them to have a hands on visual of their work. My 10yo is a kinesthetic learner, which means he learns by doing things with his hands, so notebooking is great for him, especially the foldables. My 12yo is a visual learner so […]