Blending Homeschool Styles to Meet Your Child’s Needs

Blending Homeschool Styles to Meet Your Child’s Needs

In some respects, there is comfort in the label that homeschool styles provide. We can quickly identify those who are most like us. We can quickly narrow curriculum choices within a particular style. And in some sense, we have our goals and vision defined for us...
Tips to Socialize as Homeschoolers

Tips to Socialize as Homeschoolers

Even with all of the trips to the park and visits to the library, one of the biggest struggles we face is how to socialize as homeschoolers. There are plenty of events all around us but there isn’t much time to connect with the same group of kids, unless you...
Adjusting Charlotte Mason for Non-Christians

Adjusting Charlotte Mason for Non-Christians

The following post contains affiliate links If we were to poll 100 people and ask them what first comes to mind when they are presented with the phrase “Charlotte Mason homeschool”, I believe a large number of people would respond with “Christian” and I think Ms....
Hands-On Learning Ideas For Homeschool Kids

Hands-On Learning Ideas For Homeschool Kids

We all know that kids learn with a wide variety of their senses. Some are verbal, others do well with their fine motor skills while some kids prefer to be able to touch and feel objects to learn more about them. If your child is the latter, here are some fun hands-on...
Ditching the Homeschool Methods and OWNING Eclectic Homeschooling

Ditching the Homeschool Methods and OWNING Eclectic Homeschooling

Struggling to figure out which homeschool methods to use? We were too until I did this. Our first day of homeschooling was here. The books were all lined up ready for my fresh-faced homeschoolers. We had the school boxes full of new crayons, pencils, scissors, and...