I’ve been looking all over for an online math curriculum that we can use that will help take something off of my plate. Something that won’t take all day to accomplish, but that my kids will still be learning everything they need to know. CTCMath gave me everything I needed in an online math curriculum and the best part is that it works for the entire family.
Homeschool planning. Some of us love it, some of us hate it. Either way, it can be overwhelming to sit down and plan for your homeschool! What if I told you that you can get a homeschool planning guide to help walk you through it? Take away the overwhelm, the “what am I doing?!” feeling you may be feeling inside? You can create a homeschool plan for purpose and for peace in your homeschool!
Spring is in the air! Do you feel it? All around I see the signs of spring, from the trees turning green to the butterflies fluttering by. I knew it was time to incorporate some lessons about spring into our homeschool, so I put together some spring activities for early elementary homeschoolers so you can do them right along with us.
I see you there, wondering how you can homeschool bravely. What does that even entail? You may be going through a season of struggle, not knowing exactly where to turn. Don’t you worry, sweet friend. You can do this homeschool thing. And you can absolutely do it bravely.
We dove into reading this month and learned all about the ocean. We’ve been living at the beach so natural learning started to happen and questions came up every day. We found some really cute books to learn about some favorite sea creatures. Here are eight kid’s books about the ocean.
I never would have thought of us as minimalist homeschoolers. We’ve enjoyed a relaxed approach to homeschooling, but are we really minimalists? The answer is an absolute yes, but its not because we live small in an RV. You can find minimalism in different areas of life, and I’m going to share with you how it’s helped us in our homeschool.
We traveled to space last month and learned all about the stars during our constellation study. Constellations have always been something I wanted to learn about, so I was thrilled to take this journey along with my kids! Here are the books, crafts, and exploration we did about constellations (and a free printable, too!)
Your methods don’t fit in with your traditional homeschooling friends. You may dabble in Charlotte Mason, but don’t follow it to a T. You don’t unschool because you use curriculum, but you love being able to use real world resources. Does any of this sound like you? If so, you just may be using a relaxed homeschooling method.
A lot of homeschoolers can attest to the times in life when you can’t homeschool. Sometimes life happens and school just… doesn’t. So, what do you do when school work has to take a back seat to other priorities?
I am so excited to share The Studio with Art History Kids! I just found it a few months ago and it has made for the most amazing art curriculum in our homeschool!