Simple #homeschooling is still the name the name of the game for us, and these resources are the most vital to our daily routine!
Since we started our new #homeschool year on July 11th, this video is a little overdue. 😉
Since my Life of Fred review from a few years back has been gaining some traction, I thought I’d make a follow-up video about why we are no longer using this curriculum.
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.
I ordered a couple other books for our upcoming #homeschooling year. Fun-Schooling Math Mysteries and Classic Children’s Copywork, so today I’m just sharing a sneak peek.
As you might already know, my family and I have been #homeschooling with Konos for many years. Last week, I bought Volume 3 because we’re almost finished with Volume 2, so here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside!
I often say how important it is to incorporate your child’s interests into their #homeschool curriculum, especially during the teenage years. While some kids may naturally take to a self-directed way of learning, some kids really do need or want the additional structure of a more formal learning style. If you have a child like this, no need to worry! You can still incorporate your child’s interests into their learning (no matter the topic). It simply takes a bit of brainstorming and planning.
So many #homeschooling families spend an arm and a leg on language arts curriculum, so I thought I’d share the workbooks we use. They’re comprehensive, effective, engaging, and they only cost about $7!
Since our first day #backtohomeschool is now three days away, today I posted our planned routine and curriculum for the 7 school age kids I have left. It feels like only yesterday I was still homeschooling 10. Time really does fly.
A word of advice for all the new homeschool moms excitedly planning out their upcoming year – don’t give up on homeschooling because of your curriculum.