Today I’m looking back at our wonderful summer and thinking about our homeschool FTW moments. What have been your homeschool wins lately?
Starting homeschooling is a major undertaking. There is a lot to think about but you can leave these five things to concentrate on what really counts.
Being a homeschool family can be frustrating and exhausting, but also surprising and amazing. This is what it means for us to be a homeschool family.
The twenty-seventh pic in the March photo challenge is about homeschooling vs school. Homeschooling works better than school for us for a number of reasons.
Do you set homeschool goals? If you’ve been homeschooling for even a short while, you can probably relate to homeschooling days going awry. Those days can make you feel like a failure. So what I’ve done for myself, is to…
As I’ve mentioned before, it’s important to take a step back and to see how far you’ve come in life. This is especially true when it comes to homeschooling special needs kids. The going may be slow. They might not…
Is homeschool socialization necessary? This is an aspect of homeschooling that is often discussed. In this post I speak about what it means to our family.
In this post there are 7 things to do if you’re having a bad homeschool day. I’ve added a checklist to remind you how to turn your bad day into a fab day!
Following on from my last post about Homeschool FTW, I want to look at a few more homeschool wins we’ve had with the boys. The last few weeks have been very disrupted. And sometimes it feels like we’ve done nothing….
Are you thinking about homeschooling? There’s a lot to consider and I hope this post will give you some insight into what it’s really like.
In this post I look at some unit study ideas that can help you to plan engaging and successful homeschool lessons. Make each lesson fun and engaging!
I’m very curious about other homeschool kids and parents. I love to know what people do on a day to day basis.This is what we do in our homeschool.