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How to homeschool bigs when you have littles

How to homeschool bigs when you have littles

When it comes to homeschooling, if you are going to decide to get on this merry-go-round, you have to be prepared to answer questions from the public on the topic. One of the most frequent questions I get goes something like this: “I only have three kids, and I’m not homeschooling and already, I have […]

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NotebookingPages Review

Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership {NotebookingPages.com Review}

When it comes to note taking, how do you make it fun? How do you take unit studies and add the little bit of extra to it? How can copy work be fun? Debra Reed wondered about this and wanted her kids to have the best for their homeschooling. Because of this, she started NotebookingPages.com. […]

Veritas Bible Reviews

Old and New Testament Online Self-Paced Bible {Veritas Press Review}

If you are looking for a break from the bookwork for Bible, you might be interested in hearing about Veritas Press. Veritas Press has an online Bible program that approaches lessons from a Classical Christian philosophy. All you need is a computer or iPad and internet connection and you have everything you need to teach your […]

My School Year Reviews

Homeschool Record Keeping {MySchoolYear.com Review}

Don’t dread keeping track of your children’s schoolwork hours and lessons ever again. Record keeping is often a necessary chore of homeschoolers, but it doesn’t have to be cumbersome. MySchoolYear.com makes record keeping easy with annual online memberships. It’s aim is to allow you to create your children’s school year and records in less than […]

LearnBop Reviews

LearnBop for Families {LearnBop Review}

Homeschooling can take many forms but one thing that seems to stay the same from family to family is the search to find the right tool to help young students navigate the world of math. The Schoolhouse Review Crew took a recent test drive through LearnBop for Families to see if this online Math Program […]

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How to homeschool bigs when you have littles

How to homeschool bigs when you have littles

When it comes to homeschooling, if you are going to decide to get on this merry-go-round, you have to be prepared to answer questions from the public on the topic. One of the most frequent questions I get goes something like this: “I only have three kids, and I’m not homeschooling and already, I have […]

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How Charlotte Mason Transformed my Homeschool

Six years ago I was a young mom who had unenrolled her upcoming kindergartner and second grader from our local public school and set forth on this great adventure called homeschooling. It wasn’t a decision I had researched heavily and had an exact plan for. We knew something needed to change for our oldest son […]

Homeschooled Hospitality

Homeschooled Hospitality

We’ve all been there. You’ve just finished a full morning’s worth of schoolwork. Books and notebooking supplies cover the table. You wipe a sweaty tousled curl from your eye and contemplate lunch. “What am I going to feed these people? Can I count fruity pebbles as a fruit?” Suddenly the phone rings. It’s a friend […]

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How Grades Changed Our Homeschool

When we started our homeschooling journey 6 years ago, we didn’t know a homeschooler and had no idea what our plans were. But, when it came to grades, I had a clean picture – what was the point of giving them. My husband even asked me about her grades that first year and I asked […]

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