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    Printable Memory Cards

    My printable PDF memory cards make memory work easy! Just print and cut! I have 4 sets to choose from and they can be purchased independently or together as a bundle to save money. CLICK HERE TO BUY THE BUNDLE AND SAVE (all 4 for $12.00) Click the individual photos to purchase them separately. US History Bible US Government/Geography Math and Grammar

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    2019-2020 Homeschool Curriculum Picks

    I am excited to share with you my large family homeschool curriculum picks for 2019-2020 with you! This site contains affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Organization This year I am keeping track of all my curriculum and lessons in my custom homeschool planner! I released this digital product earlier this year, and so many of you are now using it for your homeschool! It is the ONLY planner that has worked long term for my ever changing family! I print it at home and use this tool to bind it at home as well. The cool thing about the pro-click…

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    Homeschooling, Public Education and Fear

    When I shared on my Instagram last week about my son’s first day of public school, I got a few concerned messages from fellow homeschoolers and public-schoolers alike. Now before you go picturing my son as a little boy with a book bag that is bigger than he is and his first day of school consisting of paste and crayons… He has facial hair and a drivers license. He stands several inches above me and will be 17 in a few short months. He is entering public school as a junior. Still, the concern came from followers of mine who knew all those facts. I DO understand their side of…

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    5 Homeschooling Hacks to Make Learning Fun!

    Being that I am a homeschooling mom, teaching my kids is, well, kind of… my job! BUT it can get monotonous sometimes. Today I am going to share with you five easy and seamless tips to keep learning fun and also fit into your daily life. This post contains a giveaway, so make sure you read to the end! This site contains affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. 1. Cook with your kids. Cooking is something we already have to do three times a day! Include your kids. Cooking is a life skill they will use forever. Do we really need…

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    Perpetual Homeschool Planner

    AHHHH!!! I am so excited! My perpetual, customizable homeschool planner has launched, and I am so pumped to get it into your hands! It’s the planner I have been using with my large family for years now, and I just know you’re going to LOVE it too! Please note there are TWO versions of this planner. Both are included with your purchase. #frugal  The editable version requires Microsoft Excel to open and edit. The other version is a PDF. Keep in mind you CAN edit PDFs with free PDF editing programs online if you would like an editable planner but do not have Excel. You can purchase it by clicking…

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    February 24 – March 2, 2019

    What’s up, Farmhouse Family? Last week I shared an ever popular grocery haul, but made some big mess ups… opps! Oh well, can’t win them all, right? I also was tagged to do the “assumptions” video that has been going around YouTube. That was a really fun one to film, and I even had a few visitors toward the end. Keep in mind, too, guys, that YouTube is doing a major “housecleaning” of channels and comments to make it a safer platform for kids. I respect the swift and severe action they are taking, but that does mean that things are a bit wonky right now. Most of my past…

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    Weekly Wrap Up | June 17-23rd

    New Videos: Did you catch this week’s new videos? In Monday’s DITL, Mike and I FINALLY test drove a Ford Transit! We have been wanting to test drive some options for when we decided to replace our family. The Ford Transit and the Mercedes Sprinter are at the top of my list, but the Sprinters are super hard to find around our area. The big decision is whether we want to save up for it or take out an loan for it. I HATE DEBT, so there’s that little hurdle… In Wednesday’s video I walked you through 10 tips for a clutter free home. As a chaos coordinator for 10,…

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    FREE Unit Study | Immigration and Statue of Liberty PDF Curriculum

    FREE? Yes! completely FREE! I love my Farmhouse Tribe and I wanted to bless you with a little unit study we did at the end of the school year based around immigration and The Statue of Liberty. It is a downloadable, printable and shareable PDF that includes TONS of free resources and a handful of books that most likely will be at your local library! If you would like to purchase them I have provide the links for them below. This unit study offers: History/Social Studies Handwriting Memory Chemistry Life Science Bible Art Music Clickable links for online resources Items used in this resource: If Your Name was Changed at…

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    Our Yearly Schedule Pros and Cons | Traditional

    When it comes to homeschooing there are so many different choices that parents have to make. One of them is what type of yearly schedule works for your family. Our family chooses a “traditional” yearly schedule. We tend to start our school year around Labor Day and try to wrap things up by Memorial Day. We take a whole month off for Christmas and a week off in the Spring around Easter. This comes with both pros and cons which I will be sharing with you in this post. If you’re interested in other types of schooling head over to these fellow YouTubers and see how their methods are working…

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    Our Daily Homeschool Routine!

    So many have asked what our homeschool routine looks like this year with 8 kids! Let me give you a bit of background about what each child is involved in! Andrew and Maddie (9th and 7th) are using Classical Conversations curriculum with Teaching Textbooks for math. Both attend an all day co-op on day a week and meet with a tutor in a class setting while there. Our other children (5th, 4th, 2nd, K) follow an eclectic curriculum that I have put together for them. You can see our curriculum choices for the year HERE. Here is a rough outline of our plan for the day. I talk about it…