Free Homeschool Printables – 4th of July Activity Pack for Preschool and Kindergarten

It's no secret that I homeschool middle school currently so a lot of the secular homeschool curriculum that I provide is for that age group. But, we know that there are quite a few Six Dollar Family readers who are homeschooling younger ages too so today we wanted to take a … [Read more...]

45 Places to Buy Homeschool Curriculum and School Supplies Without Going Broke

As a homeschool mom, you want your children to be using the absolute best homeschool curriculum that you can find for them. For me, this meant hours and weeks of searching and I'm sure that you're no different. Not only that, but we tried and tested a lot of different things. … [Read more...]

Headed South? Make Sure to Check Out the Top 10 Things to do in Atlanta

It may seem hard to believe, but spring break and vacation season will be here before you know it. For us, that usually means a road-trip! I absolutely love traveling and one of my favorite places to visit is Atlanta, Georgia. Maybe it's the atmosphere, maybe it's simply that … [Read more...]

40 Books That Teach Kids About Money

Teaching your kids about money is one of the most important things that a parent can teach a child, but it is quite often overlooked. It seems to me that a lot of parents simply expect their kids to automatically know how to create a budget or how to build an emergency fund. It's … [Read more...]

Homeschool Unit Study – Oceans of the World

School starts for us on Monday and I can't even begin to tell you how excited Emma and I both are. As we move into her 5th grade year, I wanted to highlight some of the more fun lessons we have planned this year and some that we loved doing last year. To start, I want to show you … [Read more...]

How I Save on Back to School Reading

My Emma loves to read. This kid almost always has a book in her hand and when she finds a favorite? She will read it over and over again until the covers fall off and the binding let's loose. I can not tell you how many copies of her favorites I have bought and re-bought (is that … [Read more...]

Teaching Classification & Sorting with LEGO’s

In your homeschool classroom, you want to use things that your kids can relate to and I don't know of a single kid that doesn't relate to LEGO's.  Since most kids love them, it just makes sense to use them to teach classification and sorting with them, right? What better way to … [Read more...]

How to Plan Your Own Homeschool Curriculum (and Why You Should)

Pshew! Have you ever tried to put together your own homeschool curriculum? I do every year and let me tell you...it can be scary! You want to make sure that your child has the best education possible so you scour the curriculum websites and groups, make your purchases, start the … [Read more...]

HUGE List of Places to Find Free Homeschool Curriculum

We recently pulled Emma out of public school (again) to homeschool her. She's entering her 3rd full week out of school and doing great. Because it's the end of the year (well, almost) and because she has a lot of catching up to do for the curriculum we'll be using next year, I'm … [Read more...]