We were on a walk one beautiful fall afternoon, when my 4 year old daughter and I spotted some acorns. We don’t have trees with acorns near our house, so we spent the next 15 minutes or so picking up acorns and I began planning some activities in my head. She really enjoyed the acorn […]
Homeschool Archieve Posts
Homeschooling is a labor of love by the entire family. With the homeschool posts here on GHOK, I share my experience as a homeschool graduate and ideas for tot-school through preschool with my own children.
It’s fall time here in the US and that means lots of fun fall activities are in store for us. My daughter Ellie has been looking forward to the trees changing colors and the leaves falling so she can jump in them. I decided to make some fall leaves cutting strips for her to practice […]
Today I have a great guest post from Bridget, sharing a fun and hands-on way to learn numbers using rocks! Hi, I’m Bridget, I blog simple everyday ways to promote learning at www.fathomkid.com! Children have a natural tendency to engage with nature and are designed to learn through exploration of the world. They have recently […]
I love being able to find multiple uses for educational resources, especially printables. Many printables are easy to turn into hands-on activities, rather than just using a pencil, pen, or marker. Do-A-Dot printables are quite popular on Pinterest, but you can use more than just Do-A-Dot markers with them! Today I wanted to share 10 […]
It’s back to school season, and for us that means it’s back to homeschool season. Just because you aren’t getting your kids ready for the big yellow school bus doesn’t mean that you don’t have a ton to prepare. There’s curriculum to buy and organize, routines to put in place, and unit studies to plan. […]