Family Movie Night for Homeschoolers

All kids love family movie night! Want to get your kids excited about their assigned reading? Try setting up a “book made into a movie” night with your family. It’s a great way to take the book beyond the pages.

How Homeschool Moms Can Start Freezer Meal Swaps

Doesn’t cooking once a month sound glorious? Freezer meal swaps changed my life. A group of friends all get together and swap meals for the freezer. The concept is simple: each member makes the same number of meals as there are members in the group.

Why Menu Planning for Homeschool Moms is Important

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Teaching Cooking Skills in the Homeschool

Cooking is a basic life skill that every adult should have at least a modicum of knowledge of how to do. Having the advantage of having our children home with us makes it easier to incorporate cooking skills into homeschool routines. Whether it's starting with the...

The Kitchen Isn’t Just for Cooking

We haven’t had an easy road with our adopted son. While we didn’t always get along and had lots of power struggles, our son always wanted to help in the kitchen. I’d like to think that this time together was the glue that kept our family from unraveling. Food is a good motivator, and I’ll attribute much of his current success to the fact that he spent hours by my side in the kitchen.

How to Have a Peaceful Evening

With all that a homeschool mom has on her plate throughout the day, it’s hard to find a moment of peace. Setting aside any time for quiet can feel impossible. But, it doesn’t have to be. These homeschool mom bloggers are sharing their best tips a peaceful evening.