Cait’s homeschool day in the life (with a 5-, 7-, and 8-year-old)

Written by Cait Curley or My Little Poppies.

I had grand plans to write about a typical homeschool day in our life. I was going to pick a random Monday or Friday and share our day from start to finish.

But my husband was working last weekend and I decided to take the kids up north for a few days. (One of the biggest benefits of homeschooling is the ability to get out of Dodge whenever the spirit moves you.)

Well, our getaway was extended by a snowstorm.

Then, we returned home to not one, but two nor’easters.

And that is how I ended up writing about writing about what Valentine’s Day looked like in our homeschool.

A homeschool day in the life

Valentine’s Day is not what I had planned. It is certainly not typical.

But, after writing this post, I realized that our day followed a normal rhythm (with sugar added).

The reality is: when it comes to homeschooling, there is no typical. And that’s a wonderful thing.

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Jamie’s homeschool day in the life (with an 11-, 12-, & 13-year-old)

Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool Remember that our Homeschool Day in the Life link-up will be on Monday, March 6th--have you written your post yet?! Check out last year's here for ideas. When we first began homeschooling eight years … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

Our Heal the World Book Club is going SO well, and if you haven't signed up yet, now is the perfect time to join for March! We just announced our upcoming book titles and would love to have you. I was thrilled to receive this feedback from Mary … [Continue reading]

Kara’s homeschool day in the life (with a 10- & 12-year-old)

Kara's homeschool day in the life (with a 10- & 12-year-old)

Written by Kara S. Anderson When I first began homeschooling, no one told me that February was going to make me feel like nothing was working. It actually took years until I learned about the "February Slump," wherein everything feels dark and … [Continue reading]