Read-Aloud Activities to Keep Little Hands Busy

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...
Homeschool 4th Grade Curriculum – Mid-Year Update

Homeschool 4th Grade Curriculum – Mid-Year Update

Now that it’s February, I thought it would be a good time to take a look at how things are going with our 4th grade curriculum choices this year. (Check out my video sharing this year’s curriculum choices.) I’ve already published a couple of posts...
How to Create an Unschooling Learning Plan

How to Create an Unschooling Learning Plan

I’ve become interested in exploring “unschooling” as a way for my kids to delve more into their interests. The definition I’m using for unschooling is using an interest-led and child-directed approach to learning, rather than using a purchased...
Homeschool Science – Mid-Year Update

Homeschool Science – Mid-Year Update

I started off the school year wanting to take a different approach to science. I felt the need to streamline and minimize a bit this year, doing more of what we like and less of what we don’t. In years past, it sometimes felt like science wanted to take over our...
Homeschool Mid-Year Update – Homeschool History Curriculum

Homeschool Mid-Year Update – Homeschool History Curriculum

If you’ve seen my current Homeschool Curriculum Choices video, you already know that I’ve struggled with my choice for homeschool history curriculum this year. We began the year in experimental mode, trying a couple of things to see what sticks, but...
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