This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BTSwithHP #CollectiveBias As a homeschooling Mom, I’m always looking for ways to squeeze learning into our day in addition to our traditional curriculum and textbooks.
Week two of our homeschool year is done and in the books! Hooray! This week I made note of several things that save my sanity during the school week to share with you. Routine, routine, routine I cannot stress this one enough. Routine is what keeps the homeschool ship afloat. It’s what keeps you from realizing you haven’t even started school yet at noon. Plus, it keeps the “Do I
I cannot believe the start of the school year is just around the corner! Our summer break flew by. Last week I spent some time planning and organizing each child’s binder for the coming school year. Rather than one weekly assignment sheet at the front of each binder, I decided on an assignment sheet for each subject on each subject divider tab. The flexibility of homeschooling, plus inevitable unexpected events
Homeschooling can get expensive fast! How do you buy pricey curriculum for your children on a budget? Budget is a high priority for me when buying homeschool curriculum, but at the same time I don’t want to make curriculum choices based solely on cost. I want to choose the curriculum that best fits my child regardless of the price tag. That often leaves me with finding creative ways to stretch
The library- it sounds like a great place to take your toddler or preschooler. All the other Moms do it right? But, it turns out, the library can be a stressful place when you have little children, especially with more than one! I don’t know about you, but my toddler is anything but quiet. And all those shelves of books? They invite pulling every single book out before running to the
Lately I’ve had many questions about getting started homeschooling. I admit, it is a very daunting choice. And, even if you already know you want to homeschool, deciding how to teach your children and what curriculum to use is overwhelming. We are so blessed to be homeschooling in this decade- it is becoming popular and there are many choices available. There are different styles to choose from: unschooling, school at