It is a challenge to teach kids Spanish—or any second language—when you don’t speak it yourself. With FabuLingua’s fun and engaging Spanish app for kids, this isn’t an issue. Listen to a growing series of beautifully illustrated stories with your child and soon you’ll learn to speak Spanish together.
These free educational websites for kids are filled with games and resources to keep kids learning in your home, classroom, and homeschool.
Do your students grumble when it’s time to practice writing? Is getting them to write an essay about as much fun as getting grapefruit juice in your eye? Maybe it’s time to try some fun writing activities instead. Here are ten of our family’s favorite creative writing activities for kids.
Homeschool History is a new resource for homeschoolers that aggregates history videos for kids from around the web into one easily searchable tool.
PDX Reading Specialist’s dyslexia reading program helps students develop phonological awareness and alphabet knowledge through an impressive suite of games and resources.
Need a creative idea for your next story? Grab this list of 100 writing prompts and story starters to get your creative juices flowing.
Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakeable Peace by Sarah Mackenzie has changed the way I approach my homeschool. Read my review here.