Let’s talk about twaddle. I know a good many homeschoolers who refuse to let it enter their homes, but does it really have to be all or nothing?
Believe it or not, there are benefits to letting your children read superficial literature from time to time.
As a homeschooling parent, there is something far more important than how much money you have, how stocked your supply shelves are, or how intelligent you are.
This one quality can be enough to make or break your homeschool. Find out what it is by watching my latest video on YouTube.
As someone who has always enjoyed writing, when I began homeschooling and realized not all of my kids were as enthusiastic about it as I am, I became a woman on a mission to find ways to make writing more palatable for them.
Today on my YouTube channel, I shared some things I’ve learned along the way.
We homeschooling parents are professional worriers sometimes, don’t you think? It’s understandable. We’re paving a route for our families in a direction we’ve likely never traveled before.
One of the most common concerns homeschoolers possess is literacy. After all, it’s foundational to functioning in society.
Unfortunately, though, we often place arbitrary schoolish timelines on our children for no other reason than that it’s all we know.
Take advantage of the flexibility afforded to us in homeschooling and break that school mold.
Over the last 11 years of homeschooling, I’ve learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t. While every family is different, there are a few principles I’ve discovered that seem to hold true across the board.
Unfortunately, I discovered most of them the hard way.
Join me for today’s video about 10 ways to sabotage your homeschool.
Merry Christmas Eve, everyone!
I purposely kept today’s video short because I know most of us are going to be busy, busy, busy today. 🙂
When you mention the words “chaos” and “homeschool” together, most would automatically assume the combination is a bad idea, and they’d be right.
But what if I told you that ORGANIZED chaos is a whole different ballgame?
When it comes to homeschooling, I thoroughly enjoy breaking the preconceived notions people have about how it works – including other homeschoolers.
Today I shed some light on another interesting factor about homeschooling – breaks can totally count as homeschool days.
Although I have quite a bit of notebooking content, I still tend to get a few of the same questions about it. Today on my channel, I tried to tackle those answers for you. 😁
Although my own start into the homeschooling life all those years ago was a bit, um, rocky, some good did come out of it. I can use those experiences to help others. 🙂
Visit my channel today to find out 10 things I highly recommend you NOT do when you begin your homeschooling journey.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve covered some really heavy topics, so last night I decided to give my brain a break and go back to a homeschool video.
Trust me. I needed the reprieve. It is mentally exhausting to think about the sort of things I talk about all the time. 😭
Let’s talk about fun. Keeping your kids excited and interested by doing fun activities is a must when it comes to homeschooling. But let’s talk about the other side of that – when your “fun” starts to take away from your child’s education.