Literary Adventures for Kids offers dozens of book clubs/novel studies for kids of all ages. The program is versatile enough to meet any English Language Arts requirements. In this video, I give you an inside look into some of the book clubs our family has recently completed and share what we love about the program.
Novel studies are such an exciting way to achieve your language arts learning outcomes. Whether you join an interactive online book club or select a few novel studies to do as a family, these virtual book clubs from Literary Adventures for Kids will open up a whole new literary world.
Gardening with kids is both enjoyable and educational. Use these resources to build a hands-on gardening unit study to teach kids about gardening.
Kindergarten is one of the most delightful ages for read alouds–kids are full of wonder, awe, and silliness, and the selection of picture books available to them is enormous. Here are 50 of the best books for kindergarten, including many timeless classics and new favorites.
More Fish Faces is the latest kids book about fish, their habitats, and how we can protect them from diver and author Tam Warner Minton.
April 22 is Earth Day, a perfect opportunity to learn more about our amazing world, the challenges it’s facing, and the actions we can take to protect our environment. Putting together a unit study about the planet is a piece of cake with these stunning Earth Day books for kids from Candlewick Press.
Readers in Residence wins our family’s ‘award’ for favourite homeschooling curriculum this year. It’s a homeschool reading curriculum, but it is so much more than that. In this review, I’ll talk about the program and everything we loved about it.