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Are you trying to eliminate behavior issues in your child's homeschool? If so, I have some ideas that will help you be able to do that without the constant struggle. Taking the time to decide if your child's reactions to learning is due to learning gaps or behavior...read more
When our son was struggling to learn to read, I needed to be purposeful in getting him over his hurtle. I have six things that I did to eliminate learning gaps for our son. I worked on these six things for a full homeschool year. They worked beautifully! Before you...read more
Homeschool tantrums are something that many experience, often times daily. These episodes can last for minutes or even hours. It is so important for homeschooling parents to work together to find out if the homeschool tantrums are from learning gaps or behavior...read more
Hands-on learning is a perfect way to use these number and counting activities. Your preschooler or kindergarten children will love these activities, and book suggestions. 50 Number and Counting Activities My son has loved learning his alphabets through hands-on...read more
Do you like hands-on activities? These 50 alphabet activities that you can do with your preschooler or kindergarten age children will be a great way to learn through play. 50 Alphabet Activities for Hands-on Learning My son absolutely loves hands-on learning. We...read more
Journaling through the alphabet contains 26 journaling ideas for all ages on most subjects. This is a great way to get your family working together on the same topics and learning together through journaling. We have used Binder Books to do some of the ideas listed in...read more
It is often asked of me, "How do you schedule your homeschool day?" So if you have asked me this question or are curious about the answer, this post is just for you! A word of caution, before I go into the details... Our home is not your home. What works for us, may...read more
At one time, I had organized a local homeschool support group, and attended a different one as well. It was during this time that I realized that in many cases, starting to homeschool created issues within marriages and families. It surprised me because it was so...read more
Summer is starting to wind down...and for most of us, that means homeschooling is starting to pick back up! You might be trying to figure out curriculum for this year, making lists and schedules, and trying to figure out how to fit all the activities into your day....read more
I have never really cared about geography growing up, but when I became a Charlotte Mason educator that all changed. I fell in LOVE with maps and geography. If a book had a map in the pages, I was drawn to it. When I was reading and a location was mentioned, I...read more