Including Art in Your Multi-Age Homeschool

Including Art in Your Multi-Age Homeschool I’m going to be perfectly honest. I’m not an “artsy” kinda gal. And including art in my homeschool has been super intimidating. Multiply that by the five school-aged kids at five different levels  (six if you count the preschooler) and I was...

How to get the most out of your homeschool convention

How to get the most out of your homeschool convention Long before I was asked to speak at the Great Homeschool Conventions I was an attendee. In fact, convention time each year made me rather giddy. I almost always went with friends. We would make a road trip and a weekend of it. I would plot my speaker schedule like a...

Homeschooling High School? Priceless.

Homeschooling High School? Priceless. When you’ve told your teen for the umpteenth time that day to get back to work. When your teen is nitpicking their younger sibling. When your teen’s room looks like a bomb went off in there. When you wish just once you could ask your teen to do something...

Making Geography Fun for Preschoolers

Making Geography Fun for Preschoolers I just finished reading Why Geography Matters by Harm de Blij and I realized that even though I’ve always had an interest in the world of maps, not everyone shares this love and is often grossly lacking in knowledge of the subject. Geography isn’t even usually taught...

5 Tips for Writing Thank-you Notes with Kids

5 Tips for Writing Thank-you Notes with Kids All the gifts are unwrapped. All of the new toys are (mostly) assimilated into the household storage system. And now it’s time to help your kids write thank-you notes to all of the relatives. To be fair, Dear Abby actually says that thank-you notes are only...
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