You’ve likely heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday; there are deals galore. And of Giving Tuesday, when you can focus your giving efforts to help an organization of your choice. Last year, a group of 65 homeschool bloggers and publishers (including yours truly) got together to start a new tradition: Homeschool Thursday! This year, we’re expanding our offerings to bring… Read More
I’ll admit it. I love to go all out for Christmas. The decorations, recipes, and activities are kind of irresistible! Christmas is when we can take a break from the everyday schedule and learn about other places and people, their culture and traditions. What can I say? Christmas around the World studies were a big deal at my house. … Read More
‘Tis the season for family, fun studies, and amazing Black Friday deals!
Whether you’re just starting your homeschool journey, need to stock up for next semester, or want to get some fun educational goodies for your kids for the the holidays, I’ve got you covered. You could spend time tracking all of these down yourself…but you’ve got more important things to focus on!
You may have seen my recent post about age-appropriate chores for children, but what about your older kids? There’s plenty that your pre-teens and teens can do, and this is an important age to focus on. *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. After all, kids this age are learning important life skills… Read More
As parents, we all want our children to learn the skills they’ll need. We also want to teach them to help out around the house and be responsible for their belongings! It can be tough to know what to have them do, and when. To help you out, I’ve compiled a list of age-appropriate chores for children! *Affiliate links may… Read More
Be sure to download the free 13-page ebook at the end of this post to help you find your homeschool style! Summer vacation….it’s rapidly coming to an end but each school year I look forward to summer vacation and building my garden. I dream of fat, red tomatoes, an overabundance of squash, and piles of kale ready to be eaten…. Read More
I’m somewhat of a planner junkie…not that I actually use all of them, I just like to have them for some reason. That’s why I love this homeschool and student planner – I will actually use it, and so can my son! This planner really has it all…everything you or your student could wish for, and then some! And the thing… Read More
Every year, it seems even easier than the last to get sucked in by all the new and shiny curriculum. I can add two or three more subjects in, right? And maybe another co op class, because it looks so good? When you add in field trips, sports, and other extracurriculars, it can become overwhelming. There has to be a… Read More
Building your homeschool curriculum can be a stressful process, especially if you’re homeschooling more than one child. While homeschool curriculum planning may be the most stressful part of homeschooling, it is well worth the time invested. *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. Like many homeschoolers, I’m a bit of a curriculum junkie…. Read More
It’s that time of year! The Back to School commercials will soon start, if they haven’t already. Sales are happening at stores all over, and homeschool parents everywhere are starting their final big push to get everything ready. Rather than getting caught up in the chaos, I thought I would share my top tips to prepare for your homeschool year!… Read More