summerlearning
Whether you homeschool year round or take a break for the summer, the warmer months can provide many extra opportunities for summer learning for you and your children! I’ve compiled this list of ways you can incorporate these opportunities into your summer, and also linked to some pretty awesome ideas & sources to get you …
Notebooking is a wonderful tool for the classical homeschool -- it is ideal for all subject areas and ages! Simplify your homeschool while saving money with notebooking.
Notebooking works really well in a classical homeschool — it gives order to your learning while also allowing room for creativity and personalization. With notebooking, your children can create a beautiful record of their learning, regardless of how much writing or drawing they are interested in or capable of doing. And it incorporates many of …
Our home library has a good share of Dr. Seuss books, including Green Eggs and Ham. Here’s a little something I worked on with my girls, the product of an afternoon of fun! Yes, I realize homeschool is spelled incorrectly — homeschool stereotypes and all that.
Homeschool Art for Everyone! All skill levels, no experience necessary! {ArtAchieve Review}
It seems I have a VERY happy art student in our house lately. Now art isn’t something I’ve been confident in teaching in our homeschool over the years as I have had pretty much no exposure to fine arts, nor do I have any particular skill myself in the practical application. But have you ever …
Bible Study for Busy Moms - tips for squeezing in more time with God's Word
Do you struggle with finding time to get into God’s Word? Are there days when you are discouraged as your head hits the pillow that you were unable find the time to sit down with your Bible? How can a busy mom like you possibly fit this in? Whether you are up all night with …
Olim, Once Upon a Time...in Latin {Laurelwood Books Review} a sweet, gentle introduction to Latin for your youngest learners.
While I had been planning on starting Latin with my third grader this past year, it just never happened — which is why I was pleased to have the opportunity to review Olim, Once upon a Time in Latin, Reader I and Workbook I from Laurelwood Books. Olim is  a sweet, gentle way to introduce your child to Latin. It …
Give Your Child the World {Review} This book provides a great list of living books from around the world
Jamie Martin knows a thing or two about raising a global family — with members from four different nationalities (and continents!), she likens hers to a mini United Nations. She’s also a book loving, homeschool mom and blogger, so who better to write a book about giving children a global perspective through reading your way around …
DO THE NEXT THING ... minimalist homeschool planning
I’ve been thinking about homeschool planning a lot lately. I’ve had the opportunity to review both paper & digital homeschool planning tools recently, and my newsfeed & inbox have also been filled with homeschool planning posts, products, and courses. Some of these resources look great when I’ve looked into them — I like the idea …
Our Backyard Birds notebooks - NotebookingPages.com Review
Today I’m excited to be telling you about an amazing digital product I have recently been given the opportunity to review. I’m really impressed with it, and I wish I had had it back when I first began this homeschool adventure with my children.
My School Year- review of MySchoolYear.com
I’m definitely a minimalist, and this rings especially true when it comes to homeschool planning, scheduling and record keeping. My province requires no plans, approval, or records to be kept, and I like it that way 🙂 When my oldest was in first grade, I used to keep a checklist of subjects covered and I …
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