Can I Really Homeschool?
The simple answer: yes, you can.
It will look different for everyone, and it will seem simpler for some than others, but yes…you can.
A saying where I live is, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait a moment…it’ll change!” Our weather – and the clouds we see – are never boring! That’s why I decided to have a little fun this summer with a mini-unit on clouds. *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. Learning… Read More
I can’t help it…fall is the perfect time for soup. (Potato soup is my favorite!) The weather is turning crisp, sweaters are coming out, and soup bubbling away on the stove (or the Instant Pot!) is so comforting. And the best part? There are so many amazing options? Seriously…just about any dish can be made into a warm, satisfying soup…. Read More
This summer, I’m working on a line of history products, and the first sets are being released today. In my store, you will find Ancient Greece Notebooking Sets with research guides for both upper and lower grades! *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. Ancient Greece Notebooking Sets I love learning about history,… Read More
As I peruse social media, the same questions keep popping up. What do I do when we’re far behind the lesson plan? How do I handle it when my child won’t follow it? I’ve had to deal with this many times over the years. At times, my response was a good one…other times, not so much. It finally occurred to… Read More
Do you ever think about the evolution of our culture? If someone from 100 years ago could see us now, they would be in shock. Nothing is the same in the landscape or the people. Some of that change is amazing but, some of it is terrifying. I think specifically of the evolution of Marriage and the breakdown of the… Read More
From time to time, I’ll hear a parent ask: How exactly do you teach a challenging learner – one who doesn’t seem to want to learn? Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to teach a wide variety of students. Some have been really easy to teach, while others…well, they’ve been more of a challenge. *Affiliate links may be present… Read More
Disclosure: I received a copy of this product and was compensated for my review. All opinions are my own and a positive review was not required. I’ve always enjoyed learning about different countries and cultures, and I love teaching about them. When an opportunity to review a study and coloring book about Mexico became available, I jumped at the chance!… Read More
You’ve been waiting, and it’s finally here! Music Lessons for Holidays & Special Days, an online course for elementary students. Launch pricing is 40% off from March 21-28! *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. Find 36 lessons to add fun to your homeschool or music classroom in the newest course from Gena… Read More
When it gets to be this time of year, it’s just too easy for things to get…well, bland. Routine. This is a great time of year for some winter fun! Winter Fun Notebooking and Activity Pages Winter doesn’t have to be a time of routine and getting through it. It’s also a time for fun! It’s a time for snowmen… Read More
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays, and it has been since I was little. What’s not to love about a holiday that’s based on love, friends, and candy? *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. To celebrate, I’ve created an adorable activity pack for your PreK to upper elementary kids! Valentine’s… Read More