Find out how to throw a Reformation Party, so your kids (and you!) can have fun learning about the Reformation! Last year my sister and I decided to throw a Reformation Party. The kids had so much fun at the party, and both adults and kids learned so much! We are throwing one again this […]
A free printable for The Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017. I’m sure if you live in the United States, you’ve been hearing a lot about The Great American Eclipse. My family lives very close to an area of totality, so this has been a big deal for months. As a homeschooling mom, of course […]
Today, Miss Magoo is going to show you how to do a pepper and soap experiment! It’s a simple, cheap experiment that demonstrates how surface tension works. I love how simple this experiment is. It doesn’t require any prep time for the parent. If you’re wanting to conduct this as a real experiment and not […]
Today Miss Magoo is sharing how to do Easy DIY 4th of July Nails! I’m typing for her, but this was her idea to share with you, so I hope you enjoy it! I like the 4th of July because the fireworks are fun to watch, and I love to play with the ones that […]
Find out how to make upcycled Barbie clothes with this simple tutorial! Welcome back to the Homestead Kids Blog!
Welcome to the first installment of The Homestead Kids Blog! Miss Magoo and Little Man put their expertise together today to tell you what kids think about raising chickens. They even took all of the pictures for this post.
My kids have been watching me blog for 4 years, now. Recently they have been asking if they could start a blog of their own, so I decided to let them start the Homestead Kids Blog, which will be hosted on this blog. I also want to give a shout out to our awesome photographer, […]
Find out My Favorite Kids Shows on Amazon Prime, so you know what to watch! We don’t do a lot of screen time for our kids. While they do have Kindles, they usually only use them about once a week. Sometimes even less than that. And TV time is even less. We moved our TV […]
A simple St. Patrick’s Day craft for kids to do. Rainbow Heart Clovers give your kids practice with measuring. I have to be honest. In the past couple of years I really scaled down the amount of crafts I do with my kids. Some of this had to do with the fact that we moved […]