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Perhaps you may be wondering what math curriculum is the best? Well, one sponsor of The Frugal Homeschooling Mom blog wants to let you know of an option that is definitely the best for frugal families! The following is written by Vinod Agrawal, on behalf of A+ Interactive Math curriculum. Please see my disclosure for […]

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The following is a sponsored post by Frank D’Aurio. I admire his tenacity to create a resource that helps families on tight budgets to teach their children financial literacy. He has created a fantastic game that can be used to teach financial literacy that I think you’ll enjoy looking into. Many of his perspectives apply […]

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Today I’m bringing you a round-up of all the best FREE Valentine’s Day printables and activities for homeschool. Check out all the resources on the web for your kiddos!  I hope you enjoy! Free Valentines Day Printables, Activities, and Homeschool Resources Look no further, lots of Valentine’s Day fun for all ages, and the best […]

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Today I’m bringing you a round-up of all the best FREE Valentine’s Day printables and activities for homeschool. Check out all the resources on the web for your kiddos!  I hope you enjoy! Free Valentines Day Printables, Activities, and Homeschool Resources Look no further, lots of Valentine’s Day fun for all ages, and the best […]

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There are so many benefits to homeschooling your kids. I’ve found that homeschooling gives me the opportunity to differentiate learning for my kids. In this way, they learn best at home! Whether it’s to help a child catch up or to give them more of a challenge, I’m able to use homeschool teaching resources that […]

The post Homeschool Teaching Resources: Comprehensive Phonics, English, Reading, and Handwriting appeared first on The Frugal Homeschooling Mom aka TFHSM.

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As a homeschool mom, I always try to take my kids’ interests and use what they love to help teach them. Since our whole family loves Christmas songs, I thought it would be interesting to use this in our homeschool curriculum, which is how I came up with this list of best Christmas songs to […]

The post Best Christmas Songs to Learn and Study: Brief History & Listening Links appeared first on The Frugal Homeschooling Mom aka TFHSM.

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Wondering how to teach pre-reading skills to your preschooler or young homeschooled child? You’ve come to the right place for tips and tricks! Reading is one of the most important foundational skills your child will learn. Many homeschooling moms ask how to teach pre-reading skills in preschool and kindergarten. Do you want to know how […]

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These free fall printable puzzles will help you in your endeavors to make homeschooling fun this season! Great for older students as well as younger ones. Here are a couple of FREE fall printable puzzles for your older grades students. These would be entertaining for kids in grades 3-8 (upper elementary and middle school) while […]

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These fall craft projects are sure to be a big hit and break up the time in your day with some fun artsy things to do with leaves, acorns, apples, Halloween, fall trees, and apples! Grab your scissors and glue, and enjoy these easy, kid-friendly activities! 14 Fall Craft Projects for Busy Homeschool Moms and […]

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There are so many benefits to homeschooling your kids. I’ve found that homeschooling gives me the opportunity to differentiate learning for my kids. In this way, they learn best at home! Whether it’s to help a child catch up or to give them more of a challenge, I’m able to use homeschool teaching resources that […]

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