Sunday night you are ready for the Homeschool Mama wins. If you’re like me maybe you have a comfy chair you sit in like a queen coming up with the plans to conquer a new kingdom. The plans have been all worked out, instead of conquering a kingdom you plan to educate minds, only slightly less or more intimidating depending… Read More
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What is a lesson plan? Let’s compare a lesson plan to a recipe. If you want to bake a cake, you follow a recipe. The recipe tells you what you need and the steps to follow for a successful bake. The same might be said about a lesson plan. It’s a recipe for success. It’s a plan of action. It… Read More
When most people think of homeschooling, they tend to think of older children. Initially, I did because I didn’t know much about it. Years ago, my cousin was the only person that I knew homeschooling. I had never planned on homeschooling. Yet, here I am homeschooling little ones, two toddlers. What a journey it has been. I’ve had people ask… Read More
There are few things that get homeschool mamas more excited than curriculum shopping and designing a homeschool space. It’s the promise these things hold. The promise of a magical year coming up. Homeschool mamas are some of the most optimistic women there are, and there is nothing that says hopeful more than custom designing spaces while dreaming of the fun… Read More
When I started homeschooling sixteen years ago, I never realized exactly how perfect it would be for my family down the road. At the time, I was homeschooling two healthy, rambunctious little boys. A few years later, I added a healthy baby girl to the mix. Fast forward to two years ago and I had a graduate, a high schooler,… Read More