As a home-school mom, I am constantly trying to find new ways to bring a level of excitement into our daily routine. I love being able to bring the classroom outdoors and let ‘life’ be their textbook. However, it has taken a lot of time to develop this character in me. Throughout the years of […]
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Part of homeschooling is the curriculum. Many states require some form of it, and many home school teachers need it to stay on track. However, the price of some curricula is very high, making it unattainable for a lot of us. Unless, of course, you are willing to sell a kidney…so having a home school […]
When it comes to teaching my kids I believe, a fun hands on approach is the best way to learn anything. That’s why I wanted to share this fun homeschooling project with you! What are you going to do with all those broken crayon stubs? Make crayon animals of course!
If you’re thinking about homeschooling your child, preschool is a good place to start to figure out your style. For us an unschooling approach works best. Find out how we do it in this post.
We are about to embark on our 9th year of homeschooling. I want to encourage you, whether just deciding to homeschool or you are also a seasoned mama. Here are the books I find myself turning to most often. Some more than others, but they are all on my bookshelf.