Homeschooling Help and Encouragement

Homeschool Help and Encouragement

This post contains my affiliate link which helps support free worksheets and printables here at Mama’s Learning Corner.  See my disclosure policy for more information. This week, I’m highlighting some of my favorite resources from the 2014 Omnibus Sale. As most of you know, the Omnibus Sale is one of my favorite times of the homeschool year! […]

Homeschooling Preschool Using Ebooks in the 2014 Omnibus!

2014 Omnibus - Preschool Curriculum and resources

This post contains my affiliate link which helps support free worksheets and printables here at Mama’s Learning Corner.  See my disclosure policy for more information. Oh it’s one of the most wonderful times of the homeschool year: The Omnibus Sale! With the enormous number of books available in big ebook bundles, it can feel overwhelming […]

Our Favorite Book This Week: The King’s Taster

The King's Taster - A favorite book we're reading this week!

This post contains affiliate links which help support free worksheets and printables here at Mama’s Learning Corner.  For more information, please see my disclosure policy. This week, my children and I have enjoyed The King’s Taster by Kenneth Oppel. And I when I say ‘enjoyed’, that means we’ve read the book only 99 times. At […]

Build Your Own Town! – with Free Printables

Build Your Own Town - Free Printables!

Last week, my kiddos and I used the book Lentil for our literature-based study.  What fun! I’ll have a post up in future weeks detailing all of the fun activities and printables we used during our Lentil week. But the Build Your Own Town printables? Oh I just couldn’t keep it to myself any longer! […]

Favorite Kid Activities: Sticker Books!

Sticker Books: A favorite independent activity for my younger children during school time

When I plan school for the year, I make sure that I include planning lots of educational activities for my girls (ages 7, 5, and 3 1/2).  In my opinion, planning what curriculum or unit study were going to work on is only half the battle. Planning independent educational activities for my girls requires thought […]

Homeschool Curriculum Plans for 2014-2015: 4th, 2nd, K, PreK

Homeschool Curriculum 2014-2015: 4th Grade, 2nd Grade, Kindergarten, Preschool

It is hard for me to believe that my oldest child will be a fourth grader this year.  My girls are growing up on me too: 2nd grade, official Kindergarten, and Preschool. I know every mama says, “I can’t believe they’re this old…” but it’s true! It’s so bittersweet for this mama. We are currently in […]

The Tale of Peter Rabbit Printables

The Tale of Peter Rabbit Printable Packet for Kindergarten-First Graders

This post contains affiliate links which helps support the work of free printables at Mama’s Learning Corner.  Please see my disclosure policy for more information. My girls and I have been rolling along in our literature-based unit studies.  We just love them!  This past week, we worked our way through The Tale of Peter Rabbit. […]

12 Best Pinterest Boards to Help with Homeschool Planning

Best Homeschool Planning and Organizing Pinterest Boards

It’s the time of year again – homeschool planning for the new year! (Actually, we just started our new school year yesterday so I’m past the planning point for this year!) Whether you’re starting out in your first homeschool year or working on your 5th like me, wrapping your brain around teaching school to a […]

Back-to-School Supplies: Ticonderoga Pencils, Highlighters, Post-it Flags

Back to School Shopping at Amazon

This post contains affiliate links which help support free worksheets and printables at Mama’s Learning Corner.  See my disclosure policy for more information. I often shop at Wal-Mart for our back-to-school supplies, but this year I’m watching the sales on Amazon like a hawk!  We have an Amazon Prime account and I order as many […]

Ready-Made Preschool: The Open-and-Go Curriculum for Busy Homeschool Moms

Ready-Made Preschool Review: a perfect curriculum for busy homeschool moms!

I received monetary compensation for the time invested in reviewing this curriculum and in writing a thoughtful, honest review.  The opinions contained in this post are 100% mine.  For more information, see my disclosure policy. As a homeschool mom, I face many challenges in our day-to-day homeschool life.  One of my biggest struggles is figuring […]

Why We Continue to Use All About Reading in Our Homeschool

Why We Continue to Use All About Reading in Our Homeschool

My #3 child (of 4) is ready to read!  I had a feeling that she would be an earlier reader, and I honestly could have started her a couple of months ago. However, now is the time.  She just turned 5 last week and she’s ready to get going! Note:  This post contains affiliate links […]