August is looming. The summer is hot and we are wondering how much longer must we suffer. Ok, maybe it is just me who is wondering that. I hate summer :p. Nonetheless, we cannot deny that the new school year is coming. It is looming. It will be here. Whether you are a homeschooler, like … Continue reading ABC’s of Starting the New School Year
I hear a lot of excuses for why people do not homeschool. Those excuses are always followed simply by me telling someone I homeschool. While I am not judging you for sending your kids to a traditional school and while I could care less for your reasons why you do not homeschool (see 10 Things Homeschool … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Try Homeschooling Before School Starts
Homeschooling isn't easy. When I say that I wonder why people seem surprised. Do you think regular school teachers have it easy? Homeschooling has many good days and some bad days. That in no manner means we made the wrong choice or should not be homeschooling. Motherhood is incredibly hard and has a lot of … Continue reading 10 Bible Verses to Get You Through a Bad Homeschool Day
My kids will be pen-paling soon and I wanted to share two great resources that we will be using. The Inspired Tree House offers awesome writing prompts that you can download that are super easy for kids of any age. These really get the ball rolling for writing with the kids. https://theinspiredtreehouse.com/writing-prompts-for-kids-the-pen-pal-project/ ISL Collective offers … Continue reading Pen Paling with Kids
Today is the Solemnity of Saint Joseph. Sure, it falls right in the middle of lent but that is no reason why we can't celebrate! I don't know about you but I needed some ideas on how to celebrate with my kiddos and make it fun. Here are the 10 resources I found and loved. … Continue reading 10 Saint Joseph Day Resources
Oh My Goodness!!!! How do you have a large family, homeschool, and stay organized?! It is a challenge, and trust me I fail, but here are a few things that make a big difference. 1. Farmhouse Wire Tiered Stand 23.00 Not just for fruit anymore. We have markers, crayons, pencils, etc. A mini writing and … Continue reading 10 Ways to Organize Your Homeschool Supplies
I was not asked to review this book. I was not compensated in any way for reviewing or reading this book. My daughter brought home How to Trick the Tooth Fairy by Erin Danielle Russell from the library. The only thing I see wrong with this book is you need to return it once you … Continue reading Book Review: How to Trick the Tooth Fairy
Yesterday was filled with nothing but negativity everywhere. What was in the water? Luckily I didn't have any of that water everyone else seemed to be having served but I was exhausted by the end of the day. What do you possibly get out of being nothing but negative? I started my day at 9am … Continue reading The Day of Negitivity
Thank you to the wonderful internet world for enjoying my 50 Ways To Homeschool for Free Part 1. The feedback and support were so wonderful. Today I am grateful to say, after 4 hours of editing and staring at a computer screen I have finished part two. That makes it a total of 100 ways for … Continue reading 50 More Ways to Homeschool for Free!
Schoolers get all the fun right? WRONG! We get all the fun! Even though we do not get to take those depressing looking pictures of the parents celebrating their children leaving for school, we can still do our own thing to celebrate the traditional start of the school year. We homeschool year round, so my … Continue reading 10 Ways to Celebrate Not-Back-To School!