Public Speaking Skills in Homeschool

Teaching Public Speaking Skills in Homeschool @

Speaking in public brings everyone the heebie-jeebies. Nearly 75% of people suffer from speech anxiety or glossophobia. It’s nerve-wracking, sweat-breaking, butterflies-in-the-stomach kind of panic. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be in front of an audience of a hundred people; it could be that you’re pitching an idea to three or four of your colleagues … Read more

Sensory Bins and Preschoolers

I can hear you know, “here we go again, another post for little ones on how important sensory bins are, but all I see is MESS MESS MESS!!!” or “I have a baby or a toddler that is eating everything, so we can’t do sensory experiences in our house.” Well, actually you can. You can … Read more

Power Up Your Homeschool With A Year Round Homeschool Schedule

Are you drowning in curriculum overload? Do you find that you have absolutely no time for anything else? Does a change need to happen? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you, my friend, need to implement a year round homeschooling schedule. Don’t let the name scare you off. Hang in there … Read more

No-Nonsense Algebra, Math Refresher for Adults & Mastering Essential Math Skills Book 2 Middle Grades/High School Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Math Essentials. The Homeschool Review Crew has been working through a variety of books from Math Essentials. Some Crew members and their children are using No-Nonsense Algebra, some are working through Math Refresher for Adults, and the remainder of Crew members and their students have been using Mastering Essential … Read more

Practical Grace for the Homeschooling Mom

Dear Friend, You are tired today. It’s been a battle. You made up a song for that spelling list, and your child just flunked the written test you gave. You explained fractions three different ways (You even made a pie chart!), and your child just asked you if a denominator is a part of a … Read more

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