Mom with a stack of books and a computer searching for the best homeschool curriculum.
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Homeschooling can get expensive when it comes to buying a curriculum. Many homeschooling families are working on a single income and need to make it stretch. A great way to get the most of your homeschool budget is to find deals on homeschool curriculum. These tips to find deals on

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Do you want to know one of my favorite things ever in the world growing up? Unicorns! If you know of a kid or student that loves unicorns, then they’re going to love these printable Unicorn Sentences. You may be wondering what these sentences are good for and how you

free homeschool field trips
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Homeschooling, much like public schooling often has to be done on a budget. As homeschoolers, our budget is often pretty small. However, a small budget doesn’t have to stop our kids from enjoying fun and educational field trips! Here are some homeschool field trips that you can take for free!

National Summer Reading Programs for Kids
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There are a LOT of great programs that your children can take advantage of to earn FREE books, prizes, and cash! Need some kids book recommendations? Check out this Kids Summer Reading Book List for lots of great ideas for the best books for kids to read this summer, including

If you are unable to grow a garden or just want to supplement your own produce with more fresh foods, a farmers’ market is a great place to go. Children can learn about local foods, what grows in the area and what is absent.
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There is a real disconnect between many children and the food they eat. Real food does not just appear in a grocery store. Chicken does not come from the freezer section. Teaching kids where their food comes from gives them more appreciation for the work that goes into putting food

When it comes to gardening with kids though, what your kid learns from this simple family activity far surpasses what you could instill within them with any other activity. - Farmer's Wife Rambles
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Kids are curious and enjoy learning new things; they are like a sponge ready to soak up all that you have to teach them. When it comes to gardening with kids though, what your kid learns from this simple family activity far surpasses what you could instill within them with