How to Keep Toddlers Busy While Homeschooling

How to Keep Toddlers Busy While Homeschooling

This year, I’m homeschooling three kids (grades 1 to 5) while keeping a two-year-old and a baby out of the books. As a homeschool mom, it’s not always easy to juggle schoolwork for older kids with nap time and playtime for younger kids. Here are some...
Tips for Homeschooling Multiple Ages

Tips for Homeschooling Multiple Ages

One of the challenges of being a homeschool mom is homeschooling multiple ages of children. This year, I am teaching Grade 4, Grade 3 and Kindergarten to my oldest three girls (with a 2-year-old and a new baby also requiring my time). Our dining room often feels like...
Tips for Using the Bible in Your Homeschool

Tips for Using the Bible in Your Homeschool

The Bible offers homeschoolers a wealth of ideas and resources for use in studying. Nearly every subject of study can be tied to the Bible, from history to language arts to geography. You can use the Bible as a primary text or incorporate it only as another one of...
Teaching With Scrabble Tiles in the Homeschool

Teaching With Scrabble Tiles in the Homeschool

Teaching with Scrabble tiles can be a fun, easy, hands-on way for homeschoolers to learn letters and words. Children of all ages love games and learn quickly when fun is involved. Scrabble tiles also make learning more hands-on, as children are able to manipulate the...