M.O.M – Master Organizer of Mayhem: Book Review

M.O.M – Master Organizer of Mayhem: Book Review

If there's one thing you realize early on in motherhood -- it's the importance of organization. If those early days of nursing 'round the clock, endless laundry,  and gazing into an empty fridge at dinnertime don't reveal your need for basic organizational skills and...

read more
Story of the World Volume 1 Notebooking Pages

Story of the World Volume 1 Notebooking Pages

We've been using Story of the World in our homeschool for going on 7 years now -- we love it! This year, I'm preparing to start the cycle all over again in Ancient History with my younger children (kindergarten & fourth grade) so I made these Story of the World...

read more
Memory Making Mom: Book Review

Memory Making Mom: Book Review

Book Review: Memory Making Mom "Mom, can I stay home from the sleepover this week and watch a movie with you and Dad?" It's a question that she's been asking more and more often lately. For the past few years,  my husband and I have been blessed by our kids having...

read more
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Podcasts

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Podcasts

I've become quite the podcast enthusiast over the last few years. I love to have something to listen to while I'm driving to the grocery store, walking, or doing household chores. I've got all my favourites queued up on my iPod all ready to go! Listening to podcasts...

read more
How to Put the Brakes on the Summer Math Slide

How to Put the Brakes on the Summer Math Slide

Think the only way to avoid losing math skills over the summer is to homeschool year round? You CAN put the brakes on summer slide AND keep your summer break, too! I’ve heard many homeschool moms say they wish they could homeschool year-round, but they just really...

read more
How to Use Story of the World With Multiple Ages

How to Use Story of the World With Multiple Ages

When I started using Story of the World with my oldest back when she was a first grader, putting together a history lesson was pretty simple. Read a chapter, narrate, and draw a picture. We enjoyed as many of the supplemental history & literature read alouds as I...

read more
Made for the Journey: Book Review

Made for the Journey: Book Review

A review of Made for the Journey: One Missionary's First Year in the Jungles of Ecuador. I was provided by the publisher with a copy of this book for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review, and all opinions are my own. This post contains...

read more

Subscribe to My Newsletter

Notebooking Pages Free Membership

Archives

Pin It on Pinterest