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How to Homeschool Part I: Find Your Homeschool style

So, you have decided to homeschool. Unless you have been around the homeschooling block a few times or are surrounded by homeschooling friends, you may be wondering, now what? There

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Fall Fun at (or Near) Home: Part 2

Fall is hands-down my favorite time of year. The season is like a treat for the senses–the stunning sunsets; the gorgeous colors of the leaves; the warm browns and oranges

Tips & Ideas
Fall Fun at (or Near) Home: Part 1

Fall is hands-down my favorite time of year. The season is like a treat for the senses–the stunning sunsets; the gorgeous colors of the leaves; the warm browns and oranges

Tips & Ideas
Trick or…? Ideas to Replace Trick-or-Treating If It’s Cancelled This Year

Halloween without trick-or-treating? That’s like Christmas without Santa Claus. Or Easter without the bunny. Or Thanksgiving without the turkey. You get the idea. Inconceivable (insert Princess Bride meme here), right?

New to Homeschooling, Tips & Ideas
Homeschool Stress: It’s Real…But It’s Manageable

We’re only a handful of weeks into the 2020-21 school year, and there’s already plenty of stress to go around–for both kids and parents. There’s hybrid schooling, there’s at-home virtual

Considering a New Homeschool? Here’s What You Should Be Looking For.

You may be a full-time homeschooler looking to make a change. Or you may be

Homeschooling in North Carolina

I remember it just like it were yesterday — Standing outside the little farmhouse where

Smooth Strategies for Rough Homeschooling Days

I knew we had hit a snag in our homeschooling day when the pencil flew

3 Ways to Make Homeschool Math More Hands-on

Ah, mathematics. I excelled in language arts, not fractions. It was a definite struggle to

I Have a Dream: MLK-Inspired Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

When I was in high school, we took a trip to Washington. D.C. As we

Fun Homeschool Kindergarten Winter Lesson Ideas

Everyone can sense when winter approaches. Whether you live in a warm climate or one

Homeschooling Special Needs Tips and Tools for SPD

In our last post, we discussed what Sensory Processing is and looks like, and how

How to Homeschool Multiple Ages While Keeping Your Sanity

Guest post by Shelly of RedHeadMom. Check out her website here: There’s No Place Like

Community Service Ideas: Thanksgiving Edition

Today’s blog post is about opportunities to serve communities near and far. It’s only appropriate

Homeschool Writing Curriculum – Writers in Residence

If you’ve been in the homeschooling world for any length of time, you’ve no doubt

Fun Christmas Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

December is a special time of year for me. In Pennsylvania, most of us are

It’s Turkey Time! Fun Thanksgiving Lesson Plans

It’s fall, and with the leaves changing, candy corn calling, and Christmas looming, Thanksgiving can

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