Homeschooling with little ones underfoot (& keeping your sanity)

Homeschooling with little ones underfoot and keeping your sanity

The following is a post by Jamerrill Stewart of FreeHomeschoolDeals.com. In more than ten years of homeschooling, I have yet to hit a season in which I don't have a baby, a toddler, a baby and two toddlers, along with older children, or some … [Continue reading]

Simple record keeping

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The following is a guest post by Charity Hawkins. As soon as possible after we finish school in the spring, I like to sort through all the piles of papers and clean up the clutter from the past year. And by “I like to,” I mean, I dread it, but I … [Continue reading]

How to talk to your kids about modern-day slavery

How to talk to your kids about modern-day slavery

Sometimes when I write about modern-day slavery and our family's personal mission to abolish it, I get emails from readers with questions like these: "How much do your kids actually know about your husband's work with Love146?" "How do I talk to … [Continue reading]

Weekend links

weekend links

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Teaching kids with anxiety - Caution! Volcano may erupt at any time! :: Real Life at Home Pre-College: Living life & loosening our grip on the schedule :: … [Continue reading]

Homeschool planning and the ‘room of requirement’

homeschool planning and the room of requirement

The following is a guest post by Sheila Petruccelli of Sure as the World. Summer is planning time at our house. The upcoming year seems expansive, exciting and full of possibility -- the towering piles of books, papers and post-its scattered … [Continue reading]