Geography knowledge is so valuable but it often gets put on the back burner. In this post I tell you how to make everyday moments intentional so you can teach geography to your kids without a geography curriculum. My children are learning so can yours.
Description On one site they describe Saxon math as a “user-friendly” math program – even for Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus and other usually difficult math topics. “Learning is incremental and each new concept is continuously reviewed. Levels 1-3 are pretty similar in there format so for the sake of consistency Ill be focusing on mostly level 1. The lessons start slow […]
Ill start by saying we use very few workbooks. My kids just have a lot of trouble with worksheets and it’s hard for them to get a lot out of them. With that being said I’m picky in what we do use. So the workbooks below do add immense value to our homeschool, enough to make them work for us. […]
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 […]