How to Homeschool For FREE in Indianapolis

This post contains affiliate links.  I’ve always been a big supporter of making homeschooling accessible to everyone who wants to do it. And as the financial manager of a one income family, I try to educate my kids as frugally as possible, but lately I’ve been really...

January 27: A Dog’s Purpose Homeschool Movie Day

I am such a sucker for dogs. I’m sure you know this about me by now, especially if you follow me on Instagram, where a good amount of my pictures are of my silly dog. That being said, the first time I saw the trailer for A Dog’s Purpose, I bawled my eyes...

Summer Homeschooling {for Beginners}

Summer is the big time of year when prospective homeschoolers come out of the woodwork, wanting to know more. Maybe it’s because you had a rough year in the school system. Maybe your child will be beginning school in the fall and you just have a feeling you shouldn’t...

FREE Access to e-Books for Indiana Students!

For 2016, all Indiana students and their families now have access to over 5,000 (and counting) e-books via myON Books. This is part of the Indiana Department of Education’s Hoosier Family of Readers initiative. All of the information you need can be found at...

REVIEW: Christmas Comes to America Unit Study

I love unit studies, and one of my fears with using a pre-planned, five day per week curriculum was that we would lose our time to delve into fun and fascinating subjects that weren’t on the pre-approved list. Turns out Homeschool Legacy felt my concern and offers a...

May 16: Lemonade Day

I. Love. Money. I don’t mean that in a Scrooge McDuck kind of way, where I spend my days stacking my gold coins (though it’s possible that if I had gold coins, I would do that). I mean, I understand money in a way most things don’t make sense to me. I unexpectedly...