Homeschool burnout: 10 [easy] things to try when everything is hard

Homeschool burnout: 10 (easy) things to try when everything is hard

Written by Caitlin Curley of My Little Poppies Sometimes you can feel the burnout coming on, just as you can tell your body is fighting a cold. "Uh-oh," you think to yourself, and then you quickly snap into prep mode. With this type of … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

We celebrated my 94-year-old Nana's heavencoming this week! I was honored to have the chance to write a eulogy that was shared at her funeral, which I also shared with readers here if you'd like to learn more about this remarkable woman I was … [Continue reading]

5 questions to ask yourself before buying curriculum

5 questions to ask yourself before buying curriculum

Written by Purva Brown of The Classical Unschooler It's that time of year again. When April rolls around, it's as if we all take a nice, deep breath. Spring has finally arrived. The winter doldrums are over. The burnt out feeling is gone and … [Continue reading]

Practice, explore, play! Helping kids enjoy the writing process

Practice, explore, learn! Helping kids enjoy the writing process

Written by children's author Caroline Starr Rose As a former teacher, I’m well aware that writing isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Can I let you in on a little secret? It’s not always my thing, either. This is a strange confession coming from a … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

A quick note that the Kindle version of Give Your Child the World is just $1.99--but only through Sunday! The paperback is still on sale, too! Weekend homeschool links: When you're just so weak... Kindergartens ban toys to curb future … [Continue reading]