For those studying history chronologically, a chronological Bible is an incredible resource for studying Bible history right along with secular history. The Thomas Nelson NKJV Chronological Study Bible is currently available for $14.99 on Kindle (print edition is normally $49.99). The Bible can be read on any device or computer using the Kindle app. The […]
The Complete Book of Birdhouse Construction is an inexpensive book that provides detailed instructions for building quality birdhouses.
Kansas has its own tall tale to rival Paul Bunyan: warm-hearted Johnny Kaw! We love the story of Johnny Kaw: A Tall Tale, about a fictional Kansas settler recommended in our Kansas Unit Study. This illustrated version by Devin Scillian is currently free to read through Kindle Unlimited. If you have never tried Kindle Unlimited […]
If you are looking for fun read-alouds, try the Little House on the Prairie and Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
If you are looking for a fun read-aloud over the holidays, try The Boxcar Children series by Gertrude Chandler Warner.
Father’s Day is just around the corner. Here are 4 awesome DIY Dad books to celebrate the holiday. All are currently free to read on Kindle Unlimited. If you have never used Kindle Unlimited before you may be eligible for a 30-day free trial. (Don’t have a Kindle? No problem!) Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments: […]
Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert is a beautiful picture book filled with fruits and veggies from A to Z. (See Additional Resources below.) We recommend this title in our Fruits & Veggies unit study. Now for a limited time you can read this title for free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription. If you have […]
If you are still looking for ways to keep your kids learning this summer, several titles from the Everything Kids’ series are available on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited to read at no cost! These are fun, colorful books that explore various topics in an engaging way — making them a perfect fit for summer! For example, […]
Discovering Great Artists can be the basis for designing your own art program or a supplemental addition.
Back in our early days of homeschooling, when the Internet was still getting off the ground, one of the first sources I found for information on Charlotte Mason was Deborah Taylor-Hough. Granted, every Charlotte Mason “expert” has her own bent — and granted, we learn more about Charlotte Mason by reading her in her own […]