Thompson's Station Homeschool Curriculum Sale This Saturday

Don't miss the Thompson's Station Homeschool Curriculum Sale!

Saturday May 23, 2015  
8am – Noon 
Half-Price Sale: Noon – 3pm 
2855 Sutherland Drive Thompson’s Station, TN 37179

  • Homeschool Curriculum: ABeka, Alpha Omega, Apologia, Answers in Genesis, BJU Press, Handwriting Without Tears, MathUSee, My Father’s World, Memoria Press, Rod and Staff, Singapore Math, Sonlight, Story of the World, Teaching Textbooks & more! 
  • Books: children’s books, parenting books, board books, & general interest books.
    DVDs and CDs

Kitchen Science Fun

When your school laboratory is the same kitchen you prepare your family’s dinners in every evening, the word “experiment” can be a little unsettling. Visions of fires, explosions, and poisonous gases may dance in your head. Still, we know that science is at its best when it jumps off the pages of the textbook and allows students to experience it firsthand. 

Here are a few things to think of when planning at-home science experiments: 

1. You don’t have to break the bank. 
There are a lot of great companies out there that you can order

Summer Reading Programs for Kids

Hi Happy Homeschoolers! 

I'm just popping in to share a few links to summer reading programs:

Kids in Grades 1-6 can earn a free book with Barnes & Noble's Summer Reading Program.

Williamson County Public Library has a Summer Reading Program.

Sylvan's Book Adventure program encourages reading by allowing kids K-8 to earn prizes.

Williamson County Homeschool Eagle 4-H Club by Lindsey Scott

Tennessee 4-H is the youth development program directed by UT Extension, with a current enrollment of approximately 200,000 4-H’ers statewide. 4-H provides opportunities for students to grow their leadership and citizenship skills and to learn more about the world around them through numerous activities and events. One of those events is 4-H State Congress. The 68th Annual Tennessee State 4-H Congress was held March 22–25, 2015 in Murfreesboro and Nashville. Williamson County was represented by 11 active 4-H’ers, among whom were several homeschoolers, including myself. Our county delegates were among the several hundred