A Little Homeschool Blog


It's true...most of my days are a whirlwind, and I spend a lot of time frustrated and wondering, "How can I possibly manage all of this?!"

But every now and then I glimpse my little posse in the rearview and remember why it is all worthwhile.

"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it."      Proverbs 22:6




Homeschool Blog Feature Article

Sanibel - February 2015



A Little Homeschool Blog about our trip to Sanibel, Florida. We managed to escape the winter for a week, and I've blogged all about our travels with the kids. Click a day below to read about our trip.




Day 1

Day 2

Day 3




Free Forms

Our Weekly Record Sheet

Weekly Record Image


I print one for each week of the homeschool year (September to May). As we complete a subject each day, I make a little square in the top right corner of the box and record the number of hours. Later, I transfer the info to a spreadsheet, which adds up our total credits for the year. (I DO NOT homeschool through the weekend...but we often get a credit here or there.)



Decimals Worsksheet

Decimal Addition Worksheet Image


Blank decimal addition and subtraction worksheet aids for problems up to thousands and thousandths.




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