How to Include Physical Education in Your Homeschool Routine

In most states, Physical Education is a requirement for high school graduation. This can be challenging for many homeschooling families. With a little creativity homeschoolers can easily find options that will enhance your child’s physical activity and fulfill the requirements. If the idea of “teaching” phys ed is overwhelming, take a few minutes to consider … Read more

A Guide For Homeschool Moms: Finding “Me” Time

They say a mom’s work is never done…I don’t know about you, but it sure feels right for this busy homeschooling mom.  A hectic work schedule, combined with trying to balance other areas of your life, may lead to you feeling like you are spinning too many plates in the air at once.  With kids, … Read more

Creating a Christmas Bucket List

I love Christmas traditions and my kids have inherited my love for the holiday season and the traditions that make it extra special. We have always incorporated new and old traditions into our December routine, but over the past few years my kids have taken over the December planning. At some point they came up … Read more

Celebrating Christmas While Homeschoolers Travel

How do you celebrate Christmas when you are a traveling homeschool family? Christmas is usually filled with traditions and spending time with your loved ones. I’ve spent Christmas in either a hotel suite or an apartment away from home with my family for the past 3 years now. In fact, we’re likely to do it … Read more

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