Add simple gratitude journaling to the beginning of your homeschool day for improved attitudes. Find suggestions for keeping it simple yet effective.
Memory making during your homeschool years does not have to be complicated. Here are 4 simple ways you can create a memorable homeschool for your family.
Many of us are taking time right now to plan for the next school year, and while curriculum planning and routines are important, so is homeschool success.
Do you long for more balance in your homeschool life? Here are my 3 keys to homeschool balance and how to plan your days to achieve the balance you crave.
Teaching my homeschooled kids to have a growth mindset has made a huge improvement in their attitudes about learning.
Homeschooling with the baby, toddler, and preschool crowd is definitely a challenge! Learn tips for homeschooling with littles to care for.
Being an introvert makes homeschooling a large family an even bigger task, but being an introvert isn’t a disqualification from being a homeschooling mom.
Homeschooling changes your family dynamic. For a healthy family life, positive family relationships must be a priority for every homeschool parent.
Parenting with anxiety is no simple feat. But when you’re homeschooling with anxiety…you’ve added a whole new layer to the fear.
As moms, our responsibilities seem endless. You can’t do everything, but you can do the most important things when you know the secrets of being productive.
Worried about the Summer Slide? Read some ideas to keep kids minds engaged through the Summer months to prevent that loss of learning!
Tired of feeling like your homeschool is always busy, but not achieving anything of worth? You need to set your homeschooling priorities – learn how here.
Does your homeschooling to-do list threaten to take the beauty out of your day? When homeschooling gets rushed and hectic, the best thing we can do is to slow down and find beautiful moments in homeschool routines.
Just by itself homeschooling can make everyday learning rich and interesting, but homeschool strewing is the sprinkles on the cake! Strewing is allowing your child to discover something you have casually left out for them to find.
Thinking about a smooth homeschool start? Whatever your method or calendar flow, August and September typically represent fresh starts for school rhythms.
Do you have a child is always on the move and enjoys hands-on activities and play-acting? Homeschooling your hands-on learner also known as a kinesthetic learner can be difficult at first, but it gets better when we change our mindset on how we think “school” should look like in our “home” school.
It’s difficult to know what homeschool learning resources links to trust and even more difficult to find the time to filter through those that are irrelevant to your needs. Here are some of the ways you can effectively search through the expanse of online resources with ease.
A child’s basic behavioral style can be broken up into the same DISC profile model which corporations have been using for years to identify unique needs. Therefore, I asked myself… “Why not use it for homeschooling?”
We’ve all seen it – the glazed over look of children who have checked out, completely disengaged. And then we have seen those moments when our children come alive, voraciously learning. Here are some simple things we can do to maximize homeschool learning.
Is it possible to homeschool for free? Here are some ideas to help those who have a limited budget. Don’t let it prevent you from homeschooling!
Getting started homeschooling may seem scary, but it doesn’t have to. Whether you are starting in preschool or high school, teaching 1 child or 7, getting started homeschooling may feel like learning a foreign language to some. Let me reassure you it doesn’t have to be that difficult.