Interested in how to be a better homeschool mom? Check out the top 10 ways to take your homeschool to the next level – you’ll be surprised!
It’s back to school time and now, more than ever, it’s important to incorporate self-care into your homeschool day. Find out how!
Help! How do I start homeschooling? If you’re new to homeschooling or just starting to consider it, these 5 simple steps and mindset shifts will help!
Homeschooling through a difficult time is not always easy but it is possible to thrive as a family when you adjust and face the crisis together as a family.
Social skills practice is essential for all children but it is especially important for children who struggle with issues that make interactions challenging.
Creating a solid foundation in learning is important. When we move our kids along before they’re ready, we send a few messages.
Learn why so many moms have homeschool burnout and why it doesn’t have to be your reality with some simple systems put in place.
Homeschooling a high school student has its challenges, but homeschooling a special needs high schooler is another level of challenging.
By planting the right seeds at the right time, we are nurturing creative minds in our kids, and helping them develop good habits for life.
The darker side of homeschooling is not often talked about. Read about some of it here and find out how you can brighten up your journey.
Here are three ideas for how to homeschool when you want to quit. These practices saved my sanity, my children’s love of learning and our homeschool life.
Looking for ways to simplify your homeschool? These 5 ideas from a relaxed and minimalist homeschool mom of 5 can get you started!
Adding margin to your day can dramatically change the way you homeschool – and parent. Here’s what it is and how to do it successfully.
Moms of multiple children know that sibling fighting while homeschooling can make or break the day. Here’s what worked to curb that in our homeschool.
Even the most dedicated homeschoolers will have seasons when things begin to feel too routine and it’s time to refresh your homeschool.
Education gaps are inevitable. But realize your kids are lifetime learners. Homeschooling is not the end of their education.
What do you do when homeschool methods just do not seem to work? One family is sharing how they embraced a more eclectic approach to homeschooling.
Homeschool support is about more than curriculum advice. It’s about helping to nurture and support a homeschool mom’s soul.
Think you know which approach to take? Think again. Eclectic homeschooling might be the right path for you instead. Here’s why!
There are no other families like yours. So how do you create a homeschool that reflects your unique family? By asking yourself four simple questions.
Should you be helping your homeschooled child find friends? Socialization is one of the biggest questions people have when it comes to homeschooling.