Whether you are taking a short break or a couple of months off, summer is a great time to get rejuvenated! Tips to rejuvenate this summer.
A highly recommended favorite from a skilled teacher and curriculum developer who greatly impacted the homeschool community.
Ten reader-favorite tools from the archives: children books, notebooking pages, homeschool help, & more!
We have updated Summer School for Mom guide — one of our favorites!
How to use the works of John Holt for your child. Review of How Children Learn
Everything you need to know about home education along with resources to get you started.
We have updated and revitalized our free guide: Summer School for Mom — one of our favorites! And one that we have received quite a bit of positive feedback from. What are those ideas that are fundamental to your family?…
Planner sampling? Every year I try a new planner. Call me a perfectionist. I was looking for the PERFECT planner. Well, I found it!
Education is an individual endeavor. 4 things you need to know to educate your children when creating your own studies.
Real runners never leave the track....
Even if you educate all year long, you may want to keep about one month free over the summer to evaluate what worked, what didn’t work, and what you might want to change about the past year. The summer is…
5 tips for making curriculum choices easier! We are all too ready to grab that "perfect" product.
Each year through our weeks off during the Christmas break, I read several inspiring home-educating-related books to stay creative and motivated. Time alone spent educating ourselves makes us better teachers and mentors, and the breaks we incorporate in our schedules…
Homeschooling requires finding balance. With all of the the focus on being productive, it is not surprising that we find ourselves on the cusp of complete and utter burnout! We have apps, roles and goals, lists, habits, more to do…
Seven tips for evaluating progress.
Six tips for creating a workable schedule!
Before we look for an answer to our curriculum dilemmas, it helps to have laid the foundation first.
Summer School for Mom series to help you prepare and be fired up for the next year!
In a slump? Looking for inspiration? Here are 18 tips for remaining creative & inspired — and keeping the spark lit:
Becoming one-dimensional drains our energy, diminishes our focus, and affects our entire family. Our children need us to remain creative!
If I want my children to love to read — they should see me reading! Here are 10 easy ways to read more.
Many of us find ourselves — and our children — fighting the February blahs. 10 ideas to spark up our days!
If you are considering working from home while home educating, here are 5 tips to consider to meet the needs of your family.
It is easy to fall into a rut — doing the same things day in and day out. Ready to liven things up a bit? 12 ideas for inspiring creativity: