Here you’ll find links to my favorite things just for you!

Free LEGO Unit Study

Do you love LEGO?  (except when you step on them, ouch!)  Do your kids love LEGO? This is an awesome course with interesting facts, cool builds and competitions for your and your kids to compete in.  Won’t you sign up – it’s FREE.

LEGO Zip Line

My LEGO Zip Line riding Horse!

Sign up below for everything you need for a 4 week LEGO Brain-Twist Unit Study.  So much fun in this little download!


Free Sample of my Inventions – It Was Intended for What?!? class

This is a sample of the class I created for our co-op this past year.  All the kids really enjoyed all the hands-on activities and had fun learning about all sorts of inventions, and about the patent process.

Sign up below for access to this PDF.

The following are also programs that we love:

Six Flags Read to SucceedSix Flags Read to Succeed Program:

We LOVE roller coasters!!!  And we love this program.  It gives each student a free ticket to any park of your choosing, for reading at least 6 hours during the school year!

It’s free to sign up, and it’s for K to 6th grades.  Reading logs are provided, and can offer encouragement for your students. **Be sure to log the hours before the program closes each year – normally March 1st!


Pizza Hut Book It! Program:

Who doesn’t love Pizza – and free pizza at that!  K-6 grade students can earn a free Personal Pan Pizza every month from October to March for meeting their reading goal.

It’s free to sign up, and all the supplies are provided for you.


Post Crossing

Postcrossing Logo

Do your kids love to get mail?  Do they get mail from around the world?  If not, this free program will be an awesome addition to your homeschool.  It brings geography right to you!  You sign up for an account, then send and receive postcards from around the world! Get more information here.


Children International 

Children International

This is an awesome organization.  We have sponsored 3 children so far and hope to sponsor many more (1 has graduated, and we have 2 active).  You give a monthly donation in order for your chosen sponsored child to have access to so many things they cannot afford access to in their home country like schooling, medical access, daily lunches, Christmas and birthday gifts and more.

You will receive regular correspondence with your sponsored child, and this will enrich your geography and social studies lessons so much on such a relatable and personal level.

My kids have gotten to know children from around the world, learn how they live, and have grown compassion and a desire to give to those less fortunate than themselves.

One of our current sponsored children addressed a recent letter to my kids as her brother and sister.  This touched my kids so much and made their relationship even closer.  I’m sure I haven’t seen all the fruits that will grow from the sponsorships we have.