Homeschool Field Trip Tips: FREE Printable

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Field trips are a great way to add interest to your homeschool studies. Wrap up your Ancient Egyptian unit study with a trip to a museum’s exhibit on mummies. Allow your children to get closer to the snakes you’ve been studying by visiting the reptile house at a zoo in your area. Help jumpstart your upcoming Continue Reading…

Homeschooling Distracted Children

Homeschooling Distracted Children

Oh, how I’d love to tell you that everything always flows smoothly in our household and homeschool. I’d love to tell you an immaculate house, gourmet meals, and perfectly behaved children are the norm here. But, I can’t do that because truth and transparency are important blogger qualities! The reality is my floors are often Continue Reading…

Why YOU Are the Best Homeschool Mom

Best Homeschool Mom

If you’ve been homeschooling for more than a minute, you’ve probably experienced a moment (or two , three, or four!) of self doubt. You are not alone. The reality is many homeschool moms wage war against self doubt. And the like any other war, it consists of major battles.  And many times the battles are long Continue Reading…

Homeschool Organization: How Google Helps Me

Homeschool Organization Google

For most of my adult life, I used the paper and pencil method to stay organized and it worked. I was an avid fan of those super huge wall calendars and I adored my Franklin Covey organizational binder. To this day, I am still trying to rid myself of a Post It Note dependency. However, Continue Reading…