I was asking this question 4 years ago, so I'm writing the post I wish I'd had. 🥰A little background: Our family began officially homeschooling when our oldest son was entering kindergarten. I wasn't homeschooled and only knew a few homeschooling families, so I had a lot of questions (and trepidation) about choosing a curriculum.Here's what I've learned along the way:+ An open-and-go, boxed curriculum can be very helpful for your first year. We used Sonlight (with no regrets!) and I have…
Three years ago if you would’ve told me I’d be here talking homeschool rooms - I would’ve had no clue what you were even talking about. Turns out there is a whole community of homeschool rooms and moms and I absolutely love it!
What can teachers and parents do when there’s no school? Online learning from home offers children opportunities to develop and learn new skills at the touch of a button. However, screen time for the entire length of the school day can have a negative effect on children's wellbeing. To help, we’ve rounded up some fun, non-screen activities that can be done at home and support independent learning. Download your now!
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Sometimes we, as homeschool moms, can just get in a rut of doing workbooks and worksheets. But, there is so much more we could be doing for school! Here are over 50 homeschool activities to add some pizzazz to your homeschool day and keep the learning going.