Interplanet Janet from Schoolhouse Rock would approve of this app for studying the Solar System!
Is there a homeschooling conference or convention that you especially like? Let other parents know about it here. Thanks!
Discover a year's worth of Catholic Reading and activities for children and parents.
Enjoy coloring pages, lesson plans, Mass worksheets, crossword and word search puzzles and more to help you prepare for Sunday’s Liturgy of the Word
Fun Faith formation with classic games converted to Catholic!
Just bring out the English grammar book and let the whining begin. We’ve all heard our son or daughter complaining, “This is sooooo borrrring. Why should we study grammar?” Elizabeth Yank examines just why you should, in
Why do we homeschool? Often there was something that prompted us to begin. But what do we really want to accomplish? At the end of the year, when we reflect back, how do we define homeschool success?
If you could go back in time before you began homeschooling your children, what would you tell yourself? I want to know. That's where I am.
You can keep homeschooling under difficult circumstances, but you'll probably need to make a few changes.
Please note that all missing activities will be added as soon as they are available. April 6, 2014 – Fifth Sunday of Lent Click on the links below to download each item Sunday’s Gospel USCCB Gospel Video
Learn about the Northern California Catholic Homeschooling Conference & New Spanish Homeschooling Conference to support your homeschooling family.
Maureen Wittmann shares G.K. Chesterton's poem "The Donkey," along with a unit study for high schoolers. Whether you homeschool or not, this is a great Lenten journey!
Family Activities to stay focused through Lent
Learn about Divine Mercy and discover resources to share this beautiful devotion with your family.
Time spent living together, side by side, is the heart of family life.