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This post contains affiliate links. Homeschooled students looking for a program for high school Canadian history or social studies might want to consider looking at Creating History. I originally reviewed this program back in 2015 and am now updating this review in early 2018 with the changes to the program that have been made since […]

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It’s that time of year again – the Canadian Online Homeschool Conference for 2018 is coming! Starting on February 2nd and running through to the 11th, this conference is all online, completely free to attend live, and includes all sorts of fun things. In addition to making the event longer, we’ve also added sessions for […]

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One great thing I love about subscription boxes is that each month you have something intentional to do with your child and myFUNvelope is a great example of that.  MyFUNvelope is designed for kids ages 3 to 7,  including several activities and a STEM project, which made it perfect to test out with my 4½-year-old. The package […]

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This post contains affiliate links. If you are wanting to study the world, either just for fun or in conjunction with another geography curriculum, one fun way to do so is through food. Cooking Through Geography is a book designed to take you on a taste test around the world while developing geography, cooking, and writing […]

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I recently learned about a Canadian language arts program called Smart Start in Language Arts by Books 4 Results. Offering books for grades 1 through 4 for both schools and homeschoolers, this program takes kids from learning their letters and sounds through reading novels and grammar skills. Based out of Alberta, the author of this […]

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This post contains affiliate links. During the last year, I was excited to be working in partnership with Little Passports to test out their new Science Expeditions series of monthly kits.   Since my middle child is an aspiring scientist, it was a perfect fit for him. While we didn’t successfully manage to keep our […]

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It’s a popular question these days, three year old at my side: “So when does he start preschool?” Well… never. It has been nearly three years since I first shared my reasons for homeschooling. Most of those reasons remain the same today. Some are no longer as important to me as they once were. Other reasons […]

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It’s not that I don’t love my kids’ art work. Not at all! In fact, I love nothing more than seeing my little one with watercolour brush in hand and a dreamy look in her eye. The act of creating art is a regular occurrence in our house and as a result, the above photo […]

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Sometimes, you just want fun or unique gifts – so today’s post is a collection of “other” ideas for Christmas gifts. This post contains affiliate links. 1. Homeschool Gear: Looking for a homeschooling t-shirt? Check out my t-shirt store. There’s something for everyone in the family – Mom, Dad, baby, and kid!   Where to Buy: […]

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Books are a terrific gift for any child for any gift-giving event. There are so many to choose from, it can almost be overwhelming! Here are some ideas. This post includes affiliate links. 1. DK Canada – This company has a huge collection of books, from early readers to advanced reference materials. There’s bound to […]

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