As our homeschooling journey comes to an end, it feels bittersweet. I am proud of the person my...Read More
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As the parent of a special needs kid, the last thing I ever expected to feel when we began our homeschooling journey was relief. But that’s what we got. As the single mother of a child with nine different diagnoses, I don’t use the word, “relief”, lightly.Read More
Are you thinking about how to approach history in your homeschool? Particularly if you are just starting out, it can seem like there are too many choices. Should you start with American history, or go chronologically? Should you buy a structured program or build your own, based off your child’s interests? I’ll be breaking down how to make decisions about history for your homeschool, and sharing my planning process plus a free printable chart along the way.Read More
Spring and summer may get all the glory in your garden, but if you’re looking for more reasons to stay outdoors late into the fall, planting a fall garden might just be the thing. Grab the kids, your garden tools, and start planning your fall garden now!Read More
The transition from school year to summer and back again can be as varied as homeschool families themselves. As a homeschool parent, I’ve noticed some interesting trends around these transitions times. In our homeschool,...Read More
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