How to Homeschool – Difficulties, Dislikes, and Delights

In this "How to Homeschool" series, I help you to customize your homeschool to fit the members of your family and your current season of life by giving you three key steps to follow, in order, to get you started. In the introductory post, I share with you the...

How to Homeschool – Determine Learning Preferences

In this "How to Homeschool" series, I help you to customize your homeschool to fit the members of your family and your current season of life by giving you three key steps to follow, in order, to get you started. In the introductory post, I share with you the...

How to Homeschool – Be Informed About Laws

In my previous "How to Homeschool" post, I shared with you the importance of: celebrating your family's uniqueness customizing your homeschool to fit the members of your family and your current season of life. I also promised you that I will help you to customize your...

How to Homeschool – Introduction

So you're thinking about homeschooling…or maybe you've already started homeschooling and are struggling. The decision to homeschool is a big undertaking, and sometimes anxiety-inducing. But I want to help you! https://youtu.be/5TEVQG5eZn0 Celebrate Uniqueness So how...

February Favorites 2019

You guys, how is it possible that March has snuck up on me? Most years it feels like I sneeze and February is over. But this February was tough for me. I was sick for much of the month and an abundance of rain made us all a bit stir crazy. What's a girl to do? Think...

Homeschool Pre-K Curriculum Update – Mid-Year

Hi all! We're about halfway through our homeschool year, so I've been releasing mid-year updates (with videos!) on various areas of homeschooling. If you're interested, check out how we've been doing in history, science, fourth grade, and first grade. If you're...

Homeschool First Grade Curriculum – Mid-Year Update

We're about halfway through our school year, so I thought it would be a good time for a little update on how we're doing with our first grade curriculum choices. If you're interested in all of the specific curricula that my first grader is using this year, please...

Read-Aloud Activities to Keep Little Hands Busy

As the mom of three - THREE - active boys, I struggle with keeping my kids busy (but attentive) during a read-aloud. Most of our read-alouds are picture books, which means that they are short and sweet and have pictures as built-in distractors. But I'm trying to...

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