Teaching with Dinner and a Movie

Let’s face it, as much as we try to get some of our children to love reading, there are just some kids that will never enjoy it. We are all wired differently, but that doesn’t mean that our children cannot still envelop the love of learning. For my youngest son, watching movies and spring boarding … Read more

Start a Reading Challenge to Conquer Screen Time

Are you ready to start a Reading Challenge? But, who reads books anymore? Screens have replaced books in today’s world. Sadly, we are becoming disconnected from one another as we bury ourselves in a digital world. Today, I propose to you to start a reading challenge in your family to conquer screen time. I will … Read more

Let Them See Your Joy

Homeschooling parents are made up of people with tenacity and grit.  Going against the grain, giving yourself more work, and bearing the large responsibility of your child’s education is not for the faint of heart.  It is exhausting some days and when throwing the holiday tasks on top of it, parents can get a little cranky, … Read more

How to Let Go of the Homeschooling Guilt

Every homeschooling mom feels guilty from time to time. Whether you feel guilty about not getting enough school work in or you wonder if your kid is actually learning anything from what you are teaching. This guilt attacks everyone, no matter what stage of life you’re in, that guilt likes to sneak in from time … Read more

The Place of Games in Homeschooling

There are so many different ways to incorporate games and gaming into your homeschool. So many homeschooling companies even offer games as part of their online resources. What are some of the most common options for using games in your homeschool and when can you include them into your schedule? Card Games What are some … Read more

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