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Eating better as a family in two easy steps

Eating better as a family in two easy steps

Written by Amida of Journey Into Unschooling. A few years ago, I had the most horrible rash known to mankind. It started as a small, itchy patch that I took for bug bites. But then it grew bigger and other patches started popping up until my whole … [Continue reading]

Simple ways to create a content-rich environment this summer (and why it matters)

Simple ways to create a content-rich environment this summer

Written by contributor Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy At my house, we've decided to take a "summer break" this year—or at least that's what we're telling our kids. When they're off their regular school schedule (you know, the one where they start … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Happily writing to you from London this week! Today's itinerary for our family: A Double-decker bus ride around the city and a tour of the Tower of London!!  Enjoy … [Continue reading]

Little kids with big worries

Little kids with big worries

Written by Cait Fitz of My Little Poppies. My oldest son is a world-class worrier. The worries housed in his brain are far too big for his sweet little body. I wish I could whisk them away and erase them from his mind forevermore. His worries … [Continue reading]

Summer = time gained

If we take a summer break in our homeschooling, isn't that time lost? Perhaps not. Discover four ways to make your summer equal time gained.

Written by Sarah Mackenzie of Amongst Lovely Things. I have a bad habit of thinking that summer is time lost. You know what I’m talking about, right? It seems that every time we take a couple of months off of school completely, when we finally … [Continue reading]