The dreaded “S” word. When you tell someone you homeschool your kids, often the first question is, “But how do they get socialization?” I know we had family and friends ask this when we first started our homeschooling journey. How can you have homeschool socialization? Continue reading Homeschool Socialization for Your Kids
You want the best start for your child. Frederick Douglass is quoted as saying, “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” How true. Reading can bring so many possibilities. You can learn new things or travel to faraway places. Here are some tips for raising an early reader. Continue reading Tips for Raising an Early Reader
This year I became a member of The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Review Crew. This is very exciting for me. I was a subscriber to their magazine (before it went digital) and also subscribed to their SchoolhouseTeachers.com website. We look forward to being able to review different homeschool products throughout the year and being able to share the reviews with you. Continue reading 2018 SchoolhouseTeachers.com Review
As parents consider homeschooling their child or children, they often have a lot of questions. Here are five of the top questions (and answers) asked by those expressing curiosity and concerns about homeschooling. Continue reading Homeschooling Questions? – Our Top 5 Answers
Did you fail Algebra? Maybe you didn’t read until you were well into third grade, or you barely managed to pass English. Does this mean you aren’t qualified to homeschool your child? Continue reading Am I Qualified to Homeschool My Child?
If you are planning on homeschooling your child, you will need to learn the many styles of homeschooling that’s available so that you can decide which would work best for your family. The top 5 today are Classical, Eclectic, Charlotte Mason, Unit Studies, and Unschooling. Continue reading 13 Different Methods of Homeschooling
Would you like a glimpse into a day of a homeschooling family?
I put normal in quotes because with homeschooling, you never really have a “normal” day. We are a little over 3 weeks into our current school year. The boys are in 9th (A & J) and 10th (S) grades. Continue reading A “Normal” Homeschool Day
I feel like I am so behind. Starting the Whole30 program has left me very tired. I’ve been wanting to start many posts about homeschool for a while now, but I’ve just been too tired. Sound familiar?
As homeschool moms (or dads), we have a tendency to spend all our energy on our children. I can relate. My boys are in 10th and 9th grade right now, so Crown Academy is officially a High School. It’s hard to believe. Just the other day they were babies!! Continue reading 3 Top Homeschool Resources
It’s been a long day today, so I never made it around to writing the Day 2 post for our Whole30 journey. Continue reading Whole30 – Days 2 & 3
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I have been wondering when to start our new year of homeschool, and this is the week. Baseball season is over. Our oldest made it to the All-Star team and went to State. Then we had family come to visit. I wanted to start in July, but life got in the way. And that’s okay.
One of the beauties of homeschooling is the chance to learn life lessons. Each state requires a certain amount of time or days per school year (it is 180 days for our state). There is not a mandatory start date, nor an ending date. As long as you get your days in, everything is good. Continue reading Our First Week of Homeschool This Year