Black History Month Teaching Tips for K-12

In this post I share four unique ways to educate children of all ages about African-American History. These tips are sure to allow you to create fun activities for your homeschool while acknowledging the importance of other cultures.

FREE Speech Therapy Resources & Games

Our family has benefited from speech therapy and I wanted to share a few of my favorite resources. Learn how we teach and practice speech through play via my recent video.

Review: Fun Family Chess (Brain Blox)

Brain Blox has created a new, introductory and beginner-friendly game of Chess for all ages. Learn why we enjoyed playing this version and thought it was a fun introduction to standard Chess.

Family Swimming Lessons

Today I’ll be sharing a vlog featuring our family swim lessons. We enjoy these lessons each year at our local YMCA. You can find low cost swim lessons by checking for Drowning Prevention programs in your area. Make this week awesome, Ta’Neisha K. Don’t forget to follow us on our homeschool Instagram by clicking theContinue reading “Family Swimming Lessons”

K-6 Math Games with Matific Galaxy

Today’s review features a walk through our experience using the Matific Galaxy program. This is an online program that features math games for K-6 students. We received a one-year subscription to Matific Galaxy for one child.

Teach Middle School Writing with Jump In, 2nd EditionĀ 

Today I’ll be sharing a review of Jump In, 2nd Edition from Writing with Sharon Watson. This middle school composition course has been updated to enhance your child’s writing skills and reignite their enjoyment of the task. This will be Bear’s writing curriculum for the upcoming school year.

Importance of Cultural History (February 2019 Homeschool Wrap-up)

February was a busy month for us filled with field trips, celebrations, dissections, and history. Enjoy a few wonderful moments and learn how each culture’s contributions can be included throughout the school year.

Review: IXL Learning

IXL is an online curriculum that features lessons for children in preschool through 12th grade. This adaptive curriculum provides recommendations based off previous use but also allows your child the freedom to choose what will be the focus for the day. See how we are using this at the Team Kemp Academy.

January 2019 Homeschool Wrap-up

January is already over and it was filled with so many amazing things! Usually our transition back to school after Winter Break is a hard one but this year I decided to try some new things. Rather than jump back into our regular schedule, I slowly added things as I do and we start ourContinue reading “January 2019 Homeschool Wrap-up”

Mommy Moment: Perfection not required

The awesome thing about motherhood is that perfection is not required but through Christ, PERFECTING IS POSSIBLE.