Are you trying to encourage your child to love reading? Do you find yourself wishing they would engage in reading for pleasure, not just because they have to? Some kids don’t get into it like others do but that doesn’t necessarily mean they cannot grow a love for it. Getting your kid to read a book may seem torturous, but… Read More
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At the mention of the words, homeschool planning to your palms start to sweat accompanied by a lump in your throat? If that sounds familiar, read on. Homeschool Planning is not for Everyone Don’t fall for the planner hype if you are a type-B mom. I say this with all the love I possibly can. It’s just not for us.We… Read More
Do your kids read a lot of books in the course of a year? If they are anything like mine they do and they love to keep track. Keeping a reading log book for your kids is a great idea for many reasons. Could you imagine walking down memory lane of your own reading log book? I wish I had… Read More
Most kids love crafts, but don’t necessarily enjoy “learning.” Instead of trying to fit Valentine’s crafts into your ordinary learning schedule, transform your Valentine’s crafts into educational lessons so your kids won’t even know they are learning. Here are a few ways to do it! Make STEM Bots STEM is a new learning approach that incorporates science, technology, engineering and… Read More
When I started homeschooling almost 8 years ago, I was CLUELESS and TERRIFIED. I didn’t get what it meant to homeschool. I was trained to believe that public school was the only means for education. So naturally, I thought “do what they do in public school,” not knowing the first thing about starting homeschool the right way. So I overplanned… Read More