Category: Homeschool Helps

Two Simple Ways to Organize Homeschool Paperwork

Two Simple Ways to Organize Homeschool Paperwork

Keeping all your kid’s homeschool paperwork organized can be very intimidating. Worksheets, tests, important records, you need to keep it all, right? Well, not necessarily. Let’s decide what’s important… *This website is an Amazon...

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Homeschool Supplies That Make My Job Easier

Being a homeschool mom is rewarding, but it also has its difficult days. So, anything that will help make my days run smoother is a giant plus. That’s why I’ve compiled this list of...

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Understanding Homeschooling Methods

You’re considering homeschooling, but you’re confused about the many different homeschool methods or ways to teach your child. Here’s an easy guide to understanding 5 of the most popular homeschooling methods. Would you like...

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Am I Qualified to Homeschool?

  I dropped my high school Algebra 2 class, because I knew I was going to fail, I just didn’t get it. Beowulf wasn’t a literary work I found particularly appealing in high school....

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Love of Books and Summer Reading Logs

When I was a kid I loved the summer reading program at our local library. I couldn’t wait to write, or have my mom write when I was too little to do it myself,...

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2018 Homeschool Curriculum Review

I love curriculum reviews, they’re so helpful. It’s my common practice to always search the Internet for reviews before paying the first dime on any of our homeschool materials. I hope our 2018 homeschool...

Homeschooling is Hard...Sometimes

Homeschooling is Hard… Sometimes

Homeschooling is Hard… Sometimes Sometimes, definitely not always, homeschooling is hard. Allow me to clarify. In the past three years, we’ve had several life-altering events that changed, how we homeschool for a season. Living...

Homeschooling in Springtime

Homeschooling in springtime should be fun-schooling. I’m all for learning about grammar and math, but what if during the spring you did less of that and more Science, more activities that get you outside?...

Our Imperfect Homeschool Routine

Our Imperfect Homeschool Routine

Homeschool routines and/or schedules can vary from family to family. Good homeschool routines or schedules include getting housework and schoolwork done while maintaining your sanity. A good routine can be just as elusive as...

5 Tips for Homeschooling Middle School

I’m currently homeschooling middle school grades for the third time and next year will be for the fourth. Middle school ages are difficult. Kids are learning who they are, developing their own opinions, and...

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Free Homeschooling Resources for Elementary Grades

I am constantly looking for free homeschooling resources for elementary grades to make things more interesting for my 8-year-old. He learns better when he isn’t BORED. He likes hands-on activities, assignments he can interact with. It...

The Perfect Homeschool Curriculum

The Perfect Homeschool Curriculum

First off, I got you there! There is no perfect homeschool curriculum. So, you’re off the hook of trying to find one, because just about the time you think you’ve found the Holy Grail...

Top 5 Free Picks for Homeschooling Preschool

My Top 5 FREE Picks for Homeschooling Preschool

  Homeschooling preschool can be so much fun! I hope these resources help you in some way. I’ve used all of these, at some point, in our homeschool and believe them to be some...

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