Thursday, December 10, 2009

Decorate the Christmas Tree Game

Collect the ornaments to decorate the tree.  Free printable game.  Click here!

Beginning Multiplication

If your child is ready to start Multiplication you may like this little workbook.  From Aunt B to you.  Click Here!

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Thursday, December 3, 2009

True Story of Santa

I have written a story about the historic, true story of St Nicholas for children.  It is available as PDF and Word doc. as well.  Click Here!

Christmas Games

One of my readers,  Louisa, had this site on one of her comments.  It has Christmas games there for your kids to play.  It's really cute.  Thanks, Louisa.   It's called "Family Learning"  Click Here for Games!
Family Learning also has many educational games.  Check out this site.  I think you will find it very useful.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

New Book for Christmas

I have a book for you to download,  "Symbols of Christmas"  I wrote this book to  teach children the real meaning of Christmas, and perhaps renew a little Christmas spirit within you as well..  Hope you like it.  Click Here!

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Elves and Toy Soldier

If you would like to make this craft just give the picture a click and down loadMerry Christmas!

Christmas Crafts

You can get all the patterns for the crafts above by clicking on the picture.  You can choose what you want to make, or download them all.  Merry Christmas!

Monday, November 30, 2009

Nativity Patterns

This Nativity scene is made from using the patterns cut out in black construction paper and glued onto blue construction paper.  Your free patterns are here, just click on the picture.  I hope your children have fun going back to the first Christmas.  Add to the fun by letting them add stars in the sky with glitter.

Twas the Night Before Christmas

The poem read in thousands of households each year, for cursive writing practice. Here!

Christmas Scripture Cursive Writing

12 New Christmas Scriptures Cursive Writing Sheets  Click Here!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Aunt B's Fall Songs

Most of these little songs are written to tunes you already know.  So download for your little ones, and sing along!     Click Here and start Singing!

Monday, November 16, 2009

New Thanksgiving Cursive Writing Practice

These are "Scriptures of Thanksgiving" for the new cursive writers in your life.  Hope you find them useful. There are five different practice sheets.  Click here!

Friday, November 13, 2009

Learning Multiplication?

 Free Multiplication Workbooks
Free workbooks teaching multiplication
FREE to download! 
These books are really good.  You've got to try them. 
  Your child will learn!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

New Long Vowel Spelling Book Added

Just click here > Long Vowel Spelling Book   My other free stuff is on the right column of this page under My Free Stuff.  Feel free to download any or all my work sheets, books, educational games, and craft patterns.   Happy Thanksgiving  From: Aunt B

Monday, November 9, 2009

Native Americans

Click on the pictures to get your free Native Americans

Pilgrim Man and Woman

These are large, (4 pages each) but fun for kids to do. Click on the picture to receive your free patterns.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Thanksgiving Patterns and Crafts

You can download all of my homemade patterns and books  just click on the picture.  It will take you straight to the pattern downloads.  Enjoy!  Aunt B

Friday, October 23, 2009

Fun! Fun! Fun!

I have made a game, I call  the "Picking Apples Game"  This game is fun for any age, but it will help young children with number recognition and counting to four as well.  Pictured below is a picture of the game. I made this one of felt.  However, you can make one out of paper if you choose.  Just click on the picture of the "Picking Apples Game" below, and you're ready to download.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Honor God At Home School

   One precious thing about Home School is you can honor God and not be sent home.  You can pray, wear a shirt or hat with a Christian logo.  It's great!
   When I home schooled my son, we always began our day with a Bible story and prayer.  After our study and prayer, we would do different activities before we got into the "Hard Stuff" so he called it.  This gave us a time to kind of get our brains in gear for learning.
   As a home school mom who has taught her son all the way through 12th grade,  I can tell you the years I had teaching him were most precious.  I had the joy of  teaching my child to read.  I got to watch him grow as he entered new areas of learning.  Home Schooling  gave me the opportunity to be right there and see every new thing he learned, right when he learned it. I was there when he wrote his first essay, when he wrote his first sentence, when he took his first spelling test.  Oh, it was great!
   May God bless you in your Home School this year, and may it be a blessing.  My son has graduated.  I miss teaching him, so I started tutoring children through the summer and after school.
    I'm glad you're giving home school a chance.  You'll never regrett spending this time with your children.

Monday, October 19, 2009

How to Get Started Home Schooling

Many people ask me how to get started.  It's a very simple process.  Go to your school, probably a super intendant's office.  Tell them you wish to sign your child up for home school.  They will give you the proper forms to fill out.  One form is a waver saying you will not longer hold the school responsible for your child's education, another form is information ... what grade your children are in .... subjects you will be teaching .... hours a day you will be working ..... when you intend to start and when you are going to end your school year.  "Just basic questions, nothing complicated."  It only takes a few minutes and you are on your way to the best form of education a child can have.
There are many free resources online, from printable material to free down loadable books.  On this site there are free resources as well as links to other free sites.