Working From Home When I first became a Mom I was so excited (and a little nervous) to stay home and raise my daughter. I didn’t want to send her off to daycare and just see her in the evenings and weekends. I was also fortunate enough to have a husband completely on board with it and able to support us on his salary alone. Not everyone is this fortune
Knuckle Down – Time To Study Lately our homeschool has been a bit chaotic! Roo has been having a very difficult time focusing on her school work which started to make her fall a little behind. Now this little Tatter Tot is most definitely the biggest reason her attention fades away from her school work. I admit she truly does make it difficult to focus at times – I mean
Play Time – It’s Not Just for Kids Your school day is over and all the kiddos are off and playing. Your mind starts churning about what project to begin first: the laundry, the days cleaning list, maybe a little blogging or returning phone calls – or even getting a jump start on dinner. Why not put all that on hold, get on the floor and play with your kids?
Well obviously we are all teaching our children being that we are Homeschoolin’ Mama’s. But are we truly being intentional about teaching our kiddos? Or are we just going through the motions? I will admit that I have those days where I know that I am just going through the motions. I’m sure we all do. You know – your sick, having just the worst day ever and all you’re
Planning This just might be my all time favorite thing to do – planning!!! Getting out all those pens, calendars, schedules and planning your day, month and year! Woo Hoo! Now that is an awesome time to me! But some times the follow through is not as exciting to me. So here are a few tools I use to keep me FOCUSED on my plans! Planning Your Homeschool Day I
So you want to become an Intentional Homeschoolin’ Mama, huh? Well, then you need to start by becoming intentional about your time with God! You can’t expect Him to bless your homeschool if you’re not spending time with Him can you? I truly believe this! We always start our homeschool day by asking God to bless our day and show us what He wants us to learn and then dive