Monday Memory Verse

Psalm 106:1

In each pack there is an A4 poster with the verse on it. This can be printed on white paper or card stock, laminate if you wish, and place in an area in which it will be read quite frequently like: on the fridge door in your child’s bedroom on the back of the toilet door in your ‘school room’ or play room To help your child, you could get them to look at the poster, read it 3 times and then get them to turn around so that their back is facing the poster. Then get them to try and say the verse without looking. You will have to prompt them for the first couple of days, but hopefully … {Read More}

Rainbow Loom for Kids

Rainbow Ladder Bracelet

Bracelet band making kits or rainbow looms having been popping up everywhere lately.  The Rainbow loom is made of plastic and comes with instructions, latex rubber bands and clips. Have they become a rage in your household? Here are some bracelets that your kids will love!     Single Band Bracelet This is the easiest bracelet to make. This is one you should try at the start while you are still getting used to the machine.    Fishtail Bracelet This is one of the easiest ones to make.   Pencil Grip Make a pencil grip for you … {Read More}

Alphabet Dominoes – Friday Freebie

Alphabet Dominoes

The Friday Freebie for this week is Alphabet Dominoes.     This is a great way to help your children learn the alphabet. There are many ways you can play: # by matching the capital letters # by matching the little letters # by matching the capital letter to the little letter To download your free copy, click the link below! Alphabet Dominoes … {Read More}

Bloglovin’ Blog Hop #66

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Welcome to the Bloglovin’ Blog Hop #66. I am a new co-host for the month of April and am so glad to be here. Tweet Your Devoted Host: Your Co-Hosts:               1.  Please follow your host and co-hosts (you can click on the profile pics above or in the linky below). 2.  Add your link directly to your Bloglovin' profile; DO NOT link to your blog.  You will have to manually        add your photo from your computer or phone. 3.  Visit a few … {Read More}

Explorative Learning: Leaving the Confines of the Home

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Today we have a guest post from Rachael Cherry from NannyPro. Although homeschooling by definition is the study of scholastic material from your home, there is nothing to say that you can't explore other methods to help drive the information to your student. The world has more to offer than merely books to read. A lot of what can be learned in a classroom can be discovered by visiting locations within your community. Field trips are common place for schools, why can't they be implemented within the homeschooling environment?     1. Rocket Projects - Building a … {Read More}

Rock Flower Painting

Rock Flower Painting

Our boys, especially B, love painting! We have used many different mediums for painting, but one we haven't tried yet is rocks. The boys had a great time painting flowers using rocks instead of paintbrushes.   We tried to choose many different size and shape rocks that also had a smooth side.   The boys chose the colours they wanted and squirted the paint, one colour per paper plate. This gave them room for when they pressed onto the paint with the rocks. Then they chose a rock and pressed it into the paint they wanted before pressing it carefully onto the … {Read More}

Homemade Ice Magic (Thermo)

This chocolate ice magic sets to a hard shell when it is poured onto ice cream. It can also be used on banana splits and ice cream sundaes. We made this delicious topping with milk chocolate, but you could substitute it with white or dark chocolate. I would love to try it with the caramel bites you can now buy at Woolworths. Caramel topping would be awesome!The better the quality of chocolate they yummier it will taste!!   … {Read More}

Monday Memory Verse Jeremiah 22:29

Jeremiah 22:29

In each pack there is an A4 poster with the verse on it. This can be printed on white paper or card stock, laminate if you wish, and place in an area in which it will be read quite frequently like: on the fridge door in your child’s bedroom on the back of the toilet door in your ‘school room’ or play room To help your child, you could get them to look at the poster, read it 3 times and then get them to turn around so that their back is facing the poster. Then get them to try and say the verse without looking. You will have to prompt them for the first couple of days, but hopefully … {Read More}

8 Awesome Science Experiments to Do Outside

8 Science Experiments to do Outside

Here are 8 Awesome Science Experiments that need to be done outside. Egg Inertia (Amazing Egg) Experiment Balloon Inflating Experiment Make Elephant's Toothpaste  Make Fake Blood Chemical Reaction by Vinegar Dropping Make Fake Snot Make Orange Soda Walking on Eggs   We have had an awesome time completing these and hope you will too! … {Read More}

Phases of the Moon – Friday Freebie

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B was learning about phases of the moon, so to help him better understand I decided to try this Phases of the Moon activitiy. Using oreo biscuits, the boys helped me pull them apart. We them used a butter knife to move the cream to the place we wanted it. I made this worksheet with labels that you can cut out and laminate (if you wish) and use to help label the phases of the moon. Click the link to download your free copy! Phases of the Moon I have also made up some Phases of the Moon 3 Part Cards which you can download for free using the link under the picture.   Moon … {Read More}