Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links: How I learned to clean like a grown-up Be the kind of teacher you'd want to have Why do some students fail, where others succeed? I'm pushing my kids to grow up too fast (in one way only) How to "soft open" … [Continue reading]

The beauty of unschooling kids with special needs

Written by Jamie C. Martin of Simple Homeschool I have two twelve-year-old boys. One reads at a college level. One reads at a 1st grade level, on a good day. Both have been nurtured in the same environment, raised on a diet of the same … [Continue reading]

FREE BOOKS! Today’s best Kindle freebies for your family

In today's post: My Father's Dragon, A Bible Study for Middle School Girls, Wild and Free, Cookie Recipes, plus several more titles! Click through to download.  All of the resources below were available free or on offer at the time this post was … [Continue reading]

How to squeeze in one-on-one reading (and spread smiles)

How to squeeze in one-on-one reading (and spread smiles)

Written by Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley of My Little Poppies One of the biggest challenges when it comes to homeschooling multiple children is how to squeeze in that oh-so-precious one-on-one time. Amazing things happen when we invest individually … [Continue reading]

Weekend homeschool links

Weekend homeschool links: Special needs homeschooling and everyday messes Beautiful video explaining autism Mozart's Violin: A story about Austria The summer of my extroverted child Ideas for themed nature journals  (Gorgeous!) … [Continue reading]