Ready for more color, more jokes, and more family fun? Homestead on the Range is pleased to announce the release of an updated edition of The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!).
Too many historical sources cover strictly the events without delving into the whys, wherefores, and what-came-of-its.
For those determined to train the next generation of farmers, Fields of Farmers is an essential manual to enabling both parties to succeed.
Looking for an extensive repository of digitized primary source material related to the turbulent territorial days of Kansas? Try Territorial Kansas Online.
Looking for clean jokes for the whole family? Look no further!
Research indicates that playing an instrument goes a long way toward making us healthy, well-balanced individuals. Here’s how.
If your children love the outdoors and also love to write, they may enjoy A Kid’s EcoJournal series by Toni Albert.
Children love drawing horses! Here’s a book that can guide them through the process in a fun way. The Wonderful Art of Drawing Horses by Barry Stebbing starts with the basics: Shading. Mixing colors. Using shapes to make drawing easier. Then on to a number of discussions on drawing different breeds, markings, gaits, and poses. InterestingContinue reading “The Wonderful Art of Drawing Horses”
DIYHomeschooler.com offers free—but high-quality—units on a wide range of subjects. We have picked out five units and activities of particular interest to homesteading families.
The Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States offers map after map after map, some of historical interest, others with relevance today.