The unexpected gift of homeschooling

The unexpected gift of homeschooling

Written by Rozanne Dioso-Lopez of Tomfoolery and Shenanigans During a recent bedtime tuck-in, my daughter was restless. She was already tossing and turning before I turned off the light. I asked, “What’s up?" She said, “Mama, I can't sleep. … [Continue reading]

Inspiring homeschool links

Inspiring homeschool links

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Enjoy this week's homeschool links: Should I homeschool? :: From contributor Kris Bales of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers This is your brain on Jane Austen :: … [Continue reading]

Being outnumbered by babies and toddlers: The hardest part of Sarah’s homeschool year

Being outnumbered by babies and toddlers: The hardest part of Sarah's homeschool year

Written by Sarah Mackenzie of Amongst Lovely Things No one likes to be outnumbered. If you’re in a soccer match and the other team has more players on the field than you, it feels like defeat before you begin. I don’t just have more children than … [Continue reading]

Homeschooling an angry child: The hardest part of Jamie’s homeschool year

Homeschooling an angry child The hardest part of Jamie's homeschool year

Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom, with the permission of my angry child, who "hopes this story will help others" The whining starts before breakfast. It rapidly escalates to full-blown screaming, and we never know how … [Continue reading]

7 tips for teaching active kids

7 tips for teaching active kids

Written by Alecia Baptiste. My children are now ages 11 through 19, and homeschooling has greatly changed for us over the years. I don't have babies or toddlers running around the house. Everyone is reading fluently and … [Continue reading]