When you start homeschooling, often the idea of getting everything done seems daunting, but only because you’ve never taken full ownership of your kids’ education.
I posted this status on my personal Facebook page last week: Edit 7/21/17: Sometimes the post decides to NOT show … read the rest of the story….
“Sleep? Sleep is part of your plan?” My friend stared at me, half incredulous, as if a mom could ever … read the rest of the story….
This was me, eight years ago, when the twins were still little. It wasn’t my husband who was the doubter, … read the rest of the story….
Time. Everyone struggles with it, and no one ever seems to have enough. We know that it should be used … read the rest of the story….
A beautiful thing happened along our homeschool journey: The boys remembered that they love learning. Yes, that is a key … read the rest of the story….
What is this? Guilt-free mom time? How is the mom time possible, let alone having it without guilt? You know … read the rest of the story….
Hey you! Yes, you there, sitting there reading this on your phone or on the internet, asking yourself if you … read the rest of the story….
Many families considering homeschool feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of curricula providers and products that they stop before they’ve started.
For us, Spring’s arrival means the chance to sit outside in camp chairs with our books, to take our work on a bike ride around the local park, or wander around with cameras taking pictures of the local flora and fauna.
No matter how structured your day, you’ll need flexibility in your homeschool plan. Some kids thrive on very rigid structure, … read the rest of the story….
Most of us went through the public/private school system, we were assigned homework to complete and turn in to our … read the rest of the story….