Have you ever considered the possibility of unintentionally overschooling your kids? There can never be too much education, right? Well, I think we need to point out that schooling and education are two different things, and YES. It is possible to overschool your kids.
My homeschool mom prayers have been answered! Although notebooking is one of our favorite ways to learn, printing out all those pages is not exactly my favorite pastime, especially considering the horrible luck I’ve had with printers.
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Lately it’s been a common theme in the media to call #homeschooling, particularly homeschooling pods, selfish and privileged. I think it’s time to stop calling out the parents who are doing what’s best for their kids, and instead call out those parents who are fully capable of doing something but would rather sit back and wait for other people to solve their problems for them.
Yup. It’s once again time for me to say what many people are thinking.
Are you looking for something good to read?
Although I’ve gotten more books since I recorded this for my Patreon patrons six months ago, in my opinion, I shared some pretty darn eye opening material here.
In the 12 years that we’ve been homeschooling, I’ve made a lot of mistakes. While I could spend my time in regret and dwell on them, I’m finding that sharing them with you is far more productive.
Today I shared 15 mistakes to try to avoid, most of which I’ve personally made myself.
What mistakes have you made? We can all help each other.
I’ve had enough of the attention seeking and paranoia being displayed by some teachers who have to go back to work. Once they bring children into it, the gloves come off.
From writing their own obituaries and sending them to the governor to making memes referring to their students as Covid, this has to stop.
Although I #homeschool a bunch of kids, I know that I don’t often share things specifically geared towards #largefamily #homeschooling. That’s because since our routine has stayed largely the same for several years, I felt like I already shared all the tips I’ve used.
As I was going through my book of video topics, I came across a note I made several years ago when my now-18-year-old daughter was teaching her siblings once a week. If you’re looking for a way to breathe life into your day, this might be just what you’re looking for.
I was about due for another rant. 路♀️
We knew it was coming. Ever since the schools shut down, we homeschoolers have been waiting for the socialization, or social skills, worries to come into play. Although it’s quite interesting to see the tables turned and to see school children being accused of “losing their social skills,” it’s no less irritating. Enough is enough. It’s time to realize that school is bad for social skills.
Welcome to Brave New World 2020.
Welcome to Brave New World! Our controllers have known about neurolinguistic programming for quite some time. Although we’ve all been exposed to it throughout our lives, it has taken an insidious turn via this plandemic.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been noticing what looks to me like possible #mudflood evidence in my town. When I found out that there are quarry tunnels running underneath us and some of the claims made about them, I knew it was time to start questioning things.