10 homeschool field trip ideas that you may have not thought of.
I heard once someone on the internet say homeschooling is for the privileged or what they really meant, for the rich. I just had to laugh and laugh… and laugh. Not to make anyone feel bad for thinking that but because as I sit here homeschooling my children, we are far from rich (like far, ask our friends lol). This […]
Have you ever thought you can’t homeschool because you don’t have a dedicated school room? Maybe you feel you just don’t have the space? Where will the desk(s) go, or the chalkboard? Well I’m here to tell you, you don’t need all of that. I know there can be lots of obstacles when we are trying to begin to homeschool. One […]
As the school year comes to an end us homeschoolers all have a similar thing on our mind, next year’s curriculum plan. Curriculum is an important decision for us. Although we are never married to any curriculum, picking the right one can make our lives so much easier. Curriculum can do the leg work for me and help get me […]
Homeschool curriculum has always been such a hard choice for me. It can set the tone for your whole year! It has to be a good fit for everyone. Good thing is kindergarten is a great year to feel out curriculum, see what works. The kindergarten expectations and even school standards are minimal enough to easily meet.This year is a […]
Three years ago as a new home school mom I had no idea I would end up with a child that would die a little inside each time she had to do a worksheet. So I had to come up with some alternatives. Here is the quick list RightStart Math Card Games Math Apps Books / Stories Household Projects Grocery […]
I want to share my experience with Outschool as a homeschool family. Outschool is an online platform that provides online classes for children 3-18 years old. They actually started out serving homeschoolers but soon found even public schooled children using them to supplement their schooling. I love outschool because it seems they have worked out all the kinks and is […]
I have always wanted to introduce finances at a young age but wasn’t sure quite how just yet. Its funny how the things we worry about or try to plan out perfectly, happen rather organically a lot of the time. Im going to share how a 8 year old and a pen full of chicken is teaching great lessons! My […]