Homeschool

fighting homeschool anxiety

Fighting Homeschool Anxiety

Fighting Homeschool Anxiety Worry, worry, and more worry. While homeschooling, you do this quite often. It’s called homeschool anxiety. Am I qualified to teach my kids?? Will they learn from me?? Are they learning enough?? Doubt, fear, and anxiety fill up your mind. What if they don’t learn anything at all?? Are they missing out?? […] Read more…

Charlotte Mason Style Preschool

Charlotte Mason Style Preschool How To Homeschool Preschool Using Charlotte Mason’s Methods Charlotte Mason didn’t recommend doing formal school with your child until they were 6 years old. Instead, she recommended children learn naturally through play and discovery in everyday life. However, there are things you can begin doing with your child around ages 3-5 […] Read more…

musical multiplication

Musical Multiplication Review: The Good and The Beautiful

This year we came upon something that has been a treasure to our homeschool. Musical Multiplication by The Good and The Beautiful is so awesome! I wish I would’ve had it when my oldest 2 kids were learning their multiplication facts. This post may contain affilliate links.   We purchased it the day of it’s […] Read more…

Teaching Vocabulary

Teaching Vocabulary Without a Curriculum

Teaching Vocabulary Without a Curriculum There are a lot of Vocabulary curriculums available to homeschoolers. Some are stand-alone courses and some are intertwined within a Language Arts curriculum. But, do we really need a formal curriculum to teach our children Vocabulary? No. A lot of homeschooling parents are teaching Vocabulary already without even realizing it. […] Read more…

Homemade Ice Cream Science Experiment

Homemade Ice Cream Science Experiment Today we had a wonderful homeschool day. It was so refreshing! (Last week didn’t go quite as awesome… It’s always a challenge the week after holiday breaks.) My first grader’s science project was making homemade ice cream. And being the forgetful momma that I am, I didn’t have all the […] Read more…

A Homeschool Schedule: Do You Really Need One? This Will Help You Decide!

Do You Really Need A Homeschool Schedule?This Will Help You Decide!

HOMESCHOOL SCHEDULES Do You Really Need One? This Will Help You Decide! Let’s talk about a homeschool schedule! Are they really necessary for your homeschool to run smoothly? That’s exactly what I want to address. There are a few types of homeschoolers. They either… Stick to a super strict homeschool schedule. Have a homeschool schedule […] Read more…

why we choose to homeschool

Why We Choose to Homeschool

It was my husband who originally wanted to homeschool. I had always thought that I would send my kids to public school when they were old enough. But when pre-k approached, I started feeling uneasy about sending my kids to public school. I prayed about it, and decided to read up on homeschooling. So, I […] Read more…

2019-2020 charlotte mason inspred curriculum

Our 2019-2020 Charlotte Mason Inspired Curriculum

It’s that time again! I want to show you our 2019-2020 Charlotte Mason Inspired Curriculum. This post contains affiliate links. This year I will have two 6th graders, a 3rd grader, a 3…almost 4 year old, and an infant! I’m using these grade levels loosely because my children aren’t on “grade level” for every subject. […] Read more…

twaddle

Getting Rid of Twaddle: Twaddle Free Books for Your Homeschool

Getting Rid of the Twaddle Twaddle Free Books for Your Homeschool Let’s talk about getting rid of twaddle. What is “twaddle?” If you are familiar with Charlotte Mason, then you have seen that word pop up many times. “Children must be Nurtured on the Best––For the children? They must grow up upon the best. There […] Read more…

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