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"Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think."
- Albert Einstein



Detailed explanations of the tips and tricks that help learners reduce the stress of studying, retaining or remembering the times tables.


Examples about asking "how" to find the correct adjective and what is being described as well as the two main places where we can find adjectives in a sentence


You will find a variety of printable worksheets and manipulatives to assist you in your everyday homeschooling lessons. 

This is also the place to get your printable books, as featured on our social media accounts and on our YouTube channels.

My Homeschool Library

Find here supplemental readings for our homeschool lessons.

The best way to learn, it’s not just acquiring the knowledge by reading it or by memorizing it. The best way to learn and to retain what was learned is by using it. Reading stories and engaging in simple or complex discussions about them creates an environment that encourages the brain to make associations to previous knowledge and to relate it to situations around us.

When reading or listening to a book, no thought is too simple. Great things can come from focusing on little details! So even if we can just practice re-telling what we just read or heard, using our own words and perspective, can be a wonderful exercise to teach the mind to do what it was meant to do.