Do the Next Thing (my minimalist homeschool planning)

Do the Next Thing (my 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...

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Online Homeschool Records with My School Year {Review}

Online Homeschool Records with My School Year {Review}

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...

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30 Ways We Homeschool: Our Relaxed Classical Approach

30 Ways We Homeschool: Our Relaxed Classical Approach

I'm over at the 30 Ways We Homeschool Blog Party today sharing all about our relaxed classical homeschool approach - please stop by and say hi!  Make sure you hang around too, and check out the 29 other homeschool moms who are sharing all about how they homeschool. I...

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30 Ways We Homeschool Blog Party and Giveaways!

30 Ways We Homeschool Blog Party and Giveaways!

I wanted to let all my readers in on something exciting that's going on this month: the 30 Ways We Homeschool Blog Party over at They Call Me Blessed! Each day in June, a different homeschooling family will be sharing all about how they do homeschool -- everything...

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Hey Mama! Planner Review

Hey Mama! Planner Review

I've never been much of a planner and I've certainly never felt the need to create a day by day, lesson by lesson plan for my homeschool. As far as homeschool planning strategies go, I've always had my feet firmly planted in the "do the next thing" camp. The calendar...

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Math & Games – a Winning Combination {A Sunya Review}

Math & Games – a Winning Combination {A Sunya Review}

Last year, I instituted Fun Fridays in our homeschool to add variety, fun, and hands on application to our studies. It is definitely a popular feature around here! I'm always looking for more ways to add to our rotation of activities, so I was more than happy to have...

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More of a Good Thing: Finding Time to Read Aloud

More of a Good Thing: Finding Time to Read Aloud

Today I'm over at Hip Homeschool Moms sharing some ideas that will help you squeeze more reading aloud into your homeschool and family life. I'd be pleased if you'd hop on over there and check out the post! Here is a short preview:  As any homeschool mom can tell you,...

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6 Reasons You Should Be Keeping a Commonplace Book

6 Reasons You Should Be Keeping a Commonplace Book

First of all, what is a commonplace book? A commonplace book is a notebook (or other resource) that is used to record ideas, facts, quotes, and personal responses to information encountered while reading, studying, or just going about your daily life. You can use it...

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