15 Stealthy Ways to Encourage Writing in Your Homeschool

15 Stealthy Ways to Encourage Writing in Your Homeschool

For many, writing is one of the dreaded subjects. We wonder if we’re doing enough to “get our kids writing.” Sometimes it feels like a wrestling match just to wrangle a few of their ideas onto the page. We’re exhausted. They’re beginning to dislike, or {cringe} hate,...
Creative Copywork for Homeschoolers

Creative Copywork for Homeschoolers

“It’s boring,” was the collective groan as I lay the week’s copywork passage in front of my children. The scenario was nothing new. I give them a copywork passage from our current read aloud.  A few kiddos trudge through finding distractions faster than they’ll find...
Exploring Homeschool Math as a Family

Exploring Homeschool Math as a Family

Are you tired of teaching homeschool math lesson after lesson, one after another, one child at a time, with every one separate and learning in isolation?  I was.  With five school-aged children (and a 3 year-old who thinks she is), math lessons can take up to 5 hours...