It has been a while since I shared our daily routine and guys, I think its time that I share a little peek into our regular days. Everyday is different but I do my best to keep a regular rhythm for my sanity and the kids successes. Instead of allowing
Home Centered Church: Follow the Prophet
This week has been a whirlwind to say the least. A lot of things have happened that were completely unexpected. Well, unexpected to most people. One of the biggest announcements for us was the change to Home Centered Church announced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
YouTube Videos to Teach Electricity for Elementary Students
YouTube is one resource that helps our homeschool follow rabbit trails while exploring my kids interests. When we accidentally started learning about electricity, YouTube saved my butt yet again. Learning about electricity was fun while being educational, which in my opinion is the most effective way my kids learn. To
Electricity Lesson the Unschooled Way
When I woke up this morning I did not expect to spend the day learning about electricity but I am so glad I followed the moments and allowed them to open the doors of discovery for my entire family. Starting Our Day Off Right As part of our slow mornings
Homeschool Goals Re-evaluated for 2019/2020
It’s a brand new year which always leaves me excited. I am a goal person. I make goals or resolutions four times a year. January is the obvious one followed by September with the start of the school year. The other two times of the year that I change my
Back to School Morning Basket
It’s that time of year again. Back to School. As homeschooler’s, we are always learning but we have taken advantage of the season and created a reboot for our home. Of course that meant that we needed to gather up some amazing books to read together.
Lessons I learned as a Homeschool Mom
May was a fun month! We are thriving outside and just enjoying life. With all of our play, the house has been a little neglected but that’s alright. I can get to that another time or just throw everything out. I haven’t decided yet. Our lessons are still progressing and
Lessons Learned By a Homeschool Mom
I want to try something new. I want to let you into my life, my mind, my struggles, my successes and how homeschooling is effecting me personally. I’ve decided to do a monthly review of the lessons that I have learned.
Our Workbox System
Like any system you have to tweak it to work for you. A few years ago I found The Workbox System by Sue Patrick and I fell in love. We gave it our all and I found a couple things that didn’t work so great for us. We kept the
Beginning Geography with Evan-Moor
After we finished Kindergarten Geography my son couldn’t wait to jump into Evan-Moor’s next book, Beginning Geography. I was a little nervous about jumping in with a six year old but my fears were soon put to rest. He gobbled up the entire book! I’m not kidding. Bee would have
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