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  • Anna-Lena Forsman

    Hello! I love your Bible Verse printables!! Thank you Thank you Thank you for having these!! I have made Picture cards for every verse in our Awana curriculum up until now. However, is there any way I can edit these or ask you to post the long version of some the verses as well? Thanks!

  • Alexandria

    Hello! I absolutely love you’re website! Thank you sharing all your teaching resources with everyone. I’ve been trying to download and open a couple of the book units to go along with the books I’m currently rowing with my daughter, but for some reason they won’t open at all. If I open them in my Ipad they open just fine, but not on my desktop. Has anyone else had this issue? The only one that opened just fine was A Snowy Day. Since then I have tried Prayer for A Child and now If Jesus Came to My House, with no success. Help please!? thank you

  • Hmmm…they are opening fine for me on my laptop. I’ll see if I can send you an email directly with the files. :)

  • Kimberly Watson

    Just found your website and it looks to be very helpful. I am not blessed with a knack for technology. I am trying to print the ABC bible verses and can’t seem to be able to figure it out. I do not have a twitter or pinterest account.

  • Kimberly – once you click on the file, you should be able to open it in your browser window and then save a copy to your desktop. You do not need twitter or Pinterest in order to download the file.

  • Kimberly Watson


  • Paula Peloquin Zaitz

    Hello! I’m new to your site and am already up way past my bedtime as I am engrossed in reading…going from one thing to another! I have already shared your website with a friend and I look forward to visiting often and utilizing resources you provide and/or recommend. Thank you for your efforts…praying the Lord richly bless you!

  • Thanks so much for the encouragement, Paula! :)

  • Crystal5FL

    Your website is wonderful! We are using the book report and log printables. Do you have similar items for science experiments?

  • Molly J

    I don’t know if you can help me, but since you’re so connected in the bloggy world, I thought it couldn’t hurt to ask.

    I am SEARCHING for a blog. It is an art teacher’s blog (a former art teacher turned homeschool mom?) who posts regular assignments (weekly?), but also posts frequent (daily?) sketchbook assignments.

    Do you have any idea where I would find the blog? It’s NOT Deep Space Sparkle. It’s not Pink and Green Momma. I have now spent 2 days looking for it, and I’m beginning to wonder if she pulled her blog down.

    Thanks for ANY assistance you can give! :)

  • Well, now I’m determined to help you find it! :) I’ll do some searching and see what I can come up with!

  • Molly –

    Is Barb from from Harmony Arts maybe who you are looking for?


  • Molly J

    I found it! :) Thanks though! Here’s what I was looking for:

  • I’ll have to check it out!! Thanks for the link!—
    Via Jolanthe

  • Melissa Gilinsky

    Hi! Just wanted to say that two years ago (has it been that long?) when I started homeschooling or oldest, your site was the first one I ever used, and it was a huge blessing to me. My son was excited about school work. I had never done anything like it before, and your resources got me through that crazy first year. Thanks for all the great printables and ideas.

  • You are most welcome, Melissa – and I am so glad I could help in some way. :)

  • Beth Roach

    Thank you so much for your beautiful work!
    I am a police officer and I will be incorporating it into my class at the elementary school.

  • Hmmm….let me see what I can come up with! :)

  • Margaret

    Hi! I’m beginning my fourth year of homeschooling and I love your blog! I really appreciate all the great ideas and printables you share here. I’m considering trying to organise our school work (mainly workbook pages) in cheap two-pocket folders labeled by week (weeks 1 through 6) as you suggest. I do have a question. How do you know how fast your children will move through some of their workbooks? If I organise an entire year in advance, and then one of my children gets “stuck” on one particular concept and we decide to slow down (or speed up as the case may be), what happens to all the subsequent weeks that I’ve already organised? Thanks again for providing such a great resource!

  • If we seem to be getting a bit behind, I just keep the extras in the front of the folder. Occasionally I go through and pull out any that seem repetitive and throw them out. The main goal for us is mastery, so if an area doesn’t need to be repeated, we are good to go! :) Some workbooks can be super repetitive (which can be good sometimes, but a pain other times!). Basically we work on it on a child-by-child basis. Does that help any?

  • Mary Beth Sensat Daigle

    I tried to search to find the answer to this question, so please forgive me if I missed it! How do you store the workbox activity cards? If you use a pocket chart holder, which one do you use? Amazon has so many & idk which one would work for these sized cards. TIA & we appreciate the hard work that goes in to this amazing site.

  • I used a small bead box/tackle box that I picked up at either Walmart or Michaels. I remember walking around the fishing section at Walmart and browsing! :)

  • I think I used either a bead box or tackle box (Walmart) – I vaguely remember walking through the fishing section there! :)

  • Sara

    I could cry tears of joy now that I’ve found your website! I had decided that I wanted to do Before Five in a Row with my 3 year old, but was so discouraged by all of the creative things other bloggers were able to do with each book, and I kept asking myself “where are they finding the time and ability to create these activities and printables?” I feel like I just landed on the jackpot. I am now confident that I can dive into this world of preschool homeschooling with the tools and resources that I know my daughter will really enjoy. Thank you so very much for the time that you put into creating all of your wonderful printables and for offering them for free. Such a blessing!

  • Oh Sara – I’m SO thankful you found what you needed!! Please let me know if you have any questions or are looking for anything in particular. Have MUCH fun homeschooling preschool with your daughter! :)

  • Erin

    I saw it mentioned somewhere but can’t remember where. Online curriculum printing? I don’t have a printer available right now and want to print the Letter of the Week from Confessions of a Homeschooler. Thank you.

  • Betsy

    I have finally gotten my act together for my 4YO girl. THANK YOU! In past, I’ve done the Spell Read Write boards with my boys along whatever books we are reading at the time, but now I’ve done it. I’ve grabbed 15 units from you and a few from Carissa too. (Now I need to order ink lol! I know how much time these take and wanted to thank you.

    One question tho – how do you organize all the unit printables so they dont get wrecked and lost? I could put them in page protector pouches or something. . Ideas please??

  • In the past I’ve used large ziploc bags to store everything in, but here’s a post that shows how Carisa and I store things now:

  • Betsy

    These are great, thanks! I’ll order some they look just perfect.
    We just started reading the original Pooh by Milne. The old one. So special.
    Do you or Carissa have a Pooh bear unit? Would love to see one if you don’t :)

  • I know that Carisa and I do not and can’t think of any others off the top of my head. Finding (legal) clip art would be the hardest part for that. :(

  • Hi Jolanthe. I want to thank you for this article. I’ve started researching this more in-depth because of one of my children. I have a 10 year-old whose learning style is a mystery to me. She has trouble grasping Math skills & repeating them year after year. It’s more evident to me now that she’s older. I just always assumed my kids would not struggle in school. A homeschool counselor & friend advised me to have her tested. Is this something you have done or know about? She called it psychoeducational testing. Just wondering if you have any advice. I’ve ordered the book on learning styles & my counselor also directed me to All About Spelling, so I was thrilled to see that it’s something that’s working well for your family. :) Thanks again & have a nice day!

  • Maria Gerber

    I just recently found your blog and I LOVE it! I do a small playschool (4) and your activities are great! Thanks for being so generous and sharing with those of us who would have no idea where to begin creating your wonderful activities!

  • You are welcome, Maria – let me know if I can help you with anything! :)

  • Zahira Salejee

    Hi there, is there a cost involved to download these printables?

  • No cost – the bulk of my printables are all free to download, with the exception of two that I sell (the yearly pocket chart calendar card package and the Weekly Homeschool Planner). Enjoy!

  • Michelle

    love your stuff I tried printing the Mitten printable and it will not load in Microsoft word.

  • Kathi Johnson

    I purchased the homeschool planner a couple of years ago. I am trying to find a new weekly planner for 10 subjects, instead of 8. Do you have something like that? I can edit the weekly planner but can’t add new boxes. HELP!!

  • Diana Lopez

    I love your workbox labels and I just need two more subjects. If you make more in the future, will you please make one for handwriting practice and one for vocabulary? Love your blog!!!

  • Colleen

    Hi, I’m wondering to change the direction of the text in the Weekly Plan and Journal Notes section. For the area on the left I would like to enter the subjects, the need to be up and down, not side to side. I’ve tried using my default “preview” and also adobe. Any suggestions?

  • Colleen – just sent you an email. :)

  • Colleen

    Jolanthe, I’m sorry but I meant the page from the “Weekly Homeschool Planner” The page I was referring to is page 30. I’ve tried Adobe, ( I do have a Mac) but either I don’t understand or I’m missing something as I cannot change the text direction.

  • Colleen

    Thank you so much! It works perfectly now.

  • Lourdes

    Thank you for the 18 month planner. It’s all I’ve needed in a planner. Couldn’t find this in stores. What a blessing to have!

  • Katrina R James Dunlap

    Hi I am wondering if you have posted your schedule or a schedule example somewhere on the blog? Thanks

  • Enjoy! :)