I know how frustrating it is to hear people repeatedly say that you’re not qualified to #homeschool your child. Take it from me – don’t listen to them, or you risk losing focus on why you started #homeschooling in the first place.
Since we started our new #homeschool year on July 11th, this video is a little overdue. 😉
Sometimes simple really is better!
It can be so easy for us large family #homeschool parents to focus on learning together as a family that we lose sight of the benefits of one-on-one learning, as well.
We just had our homeschool evaluations yesterday, so now I’m ready to start thinking about next year (okay…next MONTH). I decided to change up my homeschool planner this year from the generic composition book I usually use to something more interesting – a homeschool planning notebook. While I was ordering the notebook, I saw these cute timeline notebooks recommended, and the rest is history!
As this #homeschool year winds down, I’m finding myself already getting excited over my new seasonal #homeschooling plan for the new year. Today I’m sharing our plan and curriculum.
The other week, I made a post on Instagram talking about how quickly I plan a #homeschool week for seven kids. This prompted several questions about how I do it, so today I’m going to share that with you.
It was FINALLY warm enough today for us to take a long walk at the canal. It’s something I’ve been wanting to do since June. Join us for our informal, relaxed nature study trip.
There are quite a few topics that I think aren’t talked about enough in the #homeschooling community, and this is one of them. It’s so important to know the signs of #homeschool burnout so that you can properly handle it.
You may have thought I was done talking about unit studies, but nope! Today I’m sharing the pros and cons.