The Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party

I’m excited to be teaming up with my friends Jamerill, Jenn, Tricia, and Stacie to bring you the ULTIMATE Homeschool Pinning Party.

If you are a blogger this is a great way to share your content, increase your followers, and have your pins repinned! If you are NOT a blogger this is a great party to find the BEST homeschool ideas, resources, projects, and more!

Here’s how it works.

This linky will start every Friday at midnight and will remain open all week.

Choose one or all of the following:

  • Link up your main Pinterest account {personal profile}
  • Link up to 3 of your top homeschool Pinterest pins
  • Link up 1 of your top homeschool boards

PLEASE do the following:

  • Please PIN this post! It’ll help spread the word about this new party!
  • Follow others who are linking up in the party on Pinterest.
  • PIN at least 5 pins from this list {of course you can pin more!}

What will you receive?

  • You will receive new Pinterest followers.
  • Your pins will be repinned and shared by a large homeschool audience.
  • Find new and exciting homeschool content!
  • Weekly you have a chance to have your pin featured in the following weeks link-up. Each week I’ll pick 3-5 pins to highlight.


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Easy Healthy Snack Recipes For Work: Free Kindle Download

If you struggle with coming up with healthy snacks to take to work or send with your child to school here’s a great kindle book for you. Today on Amazon you can download Easy Healthy Snack Recipes For Work for free.

easy healthy snacks

Easy Healthy Snack Recipes For Work contains 50 healthy snack ideas for work, school, and people on the go.

Download your free copy of Easy Healthy Snack Recipes For Work today! 

If you don’t have a Kindle, then you can still download these free eBooks to your smart phone or computer. All you need to do is download one of Amazon’s free reading apps.

Remember that Amazon prices fluctuate constantly, so verify the price before purchasing.


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Free and Fun Family Activities in Your Local Area 2/27 – 2/29

Each week I’ll post links with fun and inexpensive (or free) things to do in your local area and national deals that everyone can enjoy!

American Girls

National Activities:

American Girl: February In-Store Events (Events vary by location and minimum age. Find events specific to your area online. Reservations required. For girls ages 8 and up.) During February, they include Grace’s Travel Tags craft, Grace’s Apron Craft & Cookie Decoration, Twists & Braids hands-on hairstyles, Princess Bitty Baby Story Time, Making Memories with Mom and Dad, Valentine Card Craft and more.

Barnes and Nobles: This Saturday, Black History Month celebration is going on with I am Rosa Parks and I am Jackie Robinson storytimes. Event starts at 11 am.

Bass Pro Shops: This Saturday from 10-1pm Bass Pro Shop is having a Kids Free Fly Tying Class. This class is suitable for ages 7-12. Make sure to check with your local store to confirm your location is participating.

Guitar Center: Free Classes through their Music Mentor Series. Register online. No age restriction.

  • Saturday, February 28th: 10:15 AM – Recording Made Easy for Pro Tools
  • Saturday, February 28th: 10:15 AM – Group Guitar Lesson

Kindermusik: Try a free class (see all the information here). Kindermusik ~ Where Music & Learning Play!

  • Classes for children from newborn to age seven
  • Child development through music and movement
  • Immerse your child in a musical atmosphere of play, song, and dance – while developing fundamental skills
  • Connect with other moms, dads, and families

Lakeshore Learning: Saturday, February 28th from 11AM-3PM ~ Kids make and take a Hats Off Pencil Holder.

Michael’s Kids Club: Kids can enjoy making a craft every Saturday. This week they are making a Personalized Door Hangar. Designed for kids ages 3 and up ($2/child). Starts at 10 AM and runs every 30 minutes on Saturdays. You can shop while they create.

Thanks, More with Less Today!

Local Activities:

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31 Days of Read Alouds: Begins Sunday

Do you read aloud to your kids? Reading aloud to children at a young age is a great way to develop a love of reading. Not only does it develop a love of reading, it also helps their imaginations, comprehension, and vocabulary.


Dr. Seuss’ birthday is Monday and to celebrate we’re doing an entire month of read alouds! I’m very excited about this project because my kids love books and doing activities which correlate to the books we read.


For the entire month of March I’ll be sharing some of our favorite books for young children and fun activities you can do to reinforce the story.

31 Days of Read Alouds from The Happy Housewife

It’s also a great way to spend time with your kids. Many kids these days are constantly asking for screen time, let’s see if we can start encouraging a little book time. Books are delightful and sometimes a child just needs a spark to get them started.


I hope you will join us this month and share some of your favorite books for young children too! 


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