Pollinate your squash flowers by hand so you can be sure to have squash on your table soon. It’s easy to do and worth the little bit of time to do it. Here are the reasons why you need to pollinate your squash by hand and here’s how to do it.
Dry beans are easy to grow, easy to harvest, and you will never have to buy the seeds again if you follow these easy steps.
Root-knot will wreck havoc in your garden. Tiny little nematodes hide in the soil and feed off your veggie plant’s roots. Here’s how to get rid of those nasty root-knots.
If you went to “regular” school, you may have become disabled to find freedom in your homeschool decisions. Here are words of wisdom that will help you regain the ability to impart your values to your children.
Have you ever wondered who Elimelech was? Exactly when did this event happen? The answer and more is in this introduction to the historical fiction book, Ruth: The Farmer’s Wife.
Finding ebooks that are “clean” is a problem solved with this blog tour of clean fiction authors. My entry is one chapter of a forthcoming book, “The Farmer’s Wife”.
You can create your own garden journal that you will actually use, year after year. This is a step-by-step tutorial about how to set up your own garden journal that is easy to add your own information and will be easy to navigate.
This is the ultimate To-Be-Read Aloud book list by homeschool families. They are sorted by suggested age levels. The surprise is that many adults loved reading them for themselves.
Teach your kids to make their own schedule! The benefits will stay with them their entire life.
You can empower your kids to make a smooth transition to homeschool with these important, yet simple practices.
FREE printables and fillables for organizing your homeschool lifestyle. Organizing a peace-filled home is easy when you work through this tutorial series: How to Organize Your Homeschool Lifestyle.