The virus has made its way to the US, and is starting to affect our area. The local schools have closed for a minimum of two weeks, and businesses are seeing a dip in visitors. The state governor has announced a 10 person maximum for gathering spaces. AND we’ve had to cancel the rest of […]
It’s officially holiday season! For the holidays we slow down our schoolwork and concentrate on crafts, homemaking, reading, and games. Have you every heard of gameschooling? It’s a term coined by Cait over at My Little Poppies and we love it. So much can be learned while having fun! Over the past couple of years […]
Today’s post is about balancing it all–or at least trying to–and finding the right way to do it for you. Every family is different, and I can’t tell you what will work for your family. Lucky for us, we are moms and we are women, and we strive to make things better and easier for ourselves and our loved ones, every chance we get. If there is anything I have learned since beginning homeschooling, it’s that we are not alone.
Halloween is just around the corner. Here are some fun books to get you and your little monsters in the mood.
Puerto Rico has a unique history and political climate, with a people as rich and varied as its landscape. It was a wonderful opportunity to cue Lucas in on the history of his family’s heritage.
I’ve created a list of some of my favorite season learning activities to do with your preschooler. Please share some of your favorites in the comments!
Living here by the river we are all familiar with the tides. This is the perfect example of the way homeschool is in our life. We are eccentric and mix in many methods at different parts of the year. This is a peek at what it looks like for us throughout the year.
Darlene always planned to homeshool her children, even before she wanted kids. Her decision wasn’t based on a negative experience on her part, nor was it religiously or medically driven. It was just a gut feeling that it was right for her, and by extension, anyone else who might come along.
Sometimes it is difficult for Lizbeth to share the reason they homeschool. Being a Christian is not always easy, and she feared admitting that religion is one of the reasons why she homeschools, might make people look at her and her family weird.
The local Montessori school had shut down, Krista’s favorite teacher from her son’s day care had just left. The top notch private elementary school was just too much money. All she knew was she didn’t want her son going to the public school system—enter, homeschooling.