Now that our 6-week break is almost up, I thought it was time to share what we’ll be doing starting next week in our #homeschool.
Sometimes simple really is better!
Today’s video is from the Patreon archives. Too often, we #homeschool moms can forget that our child’s education isn’t a competition. Slow down, relax, and enjoy your time together!
Every so often, someone will ask me for advice on getting their children motivated to start their homeschool days. For us, establishing a good morning time routine was all it took.
As my family prepares for the start to our new homeschool year next week, I’ve been thinking about the impact read-alouds have had on us for going on 13 years now. I know some parents are a little intimidated at the thought of having a read-aloud routine, so today I’m sharing some tips on how to relax this time together.
It’s June, which means it’s the perfect time for some lighter learning. Unit studies are a great way to accomplish that, and they’re so easy to just pull together on the fly.
I had originally planned to talk to you today about what we learned from #unschooling. Then I remembered a blog post I had written several years ago, which, in my opinion, perfectly explains why everyone should give unschooling a try.
In today’s video, I’m hoping to clear up the misconception that #homeschooling always has to look like school at home by sharing some tips on how to support self-directed learning.
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.
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!