Organizing The New School Year A Planning Series I can not believe we are getting ready to finish our 9th year of homeschooling! Absolutely unbelievable to me. Where did the time go? This also means that my oldest is will be starting high school this coming year. Yep, I’m in full on crazy homeschool mom mode here. In the past I’ve started all this prep work after I finished the
Get Ready For The Total Solar Eclipse 2017 As we’re getting ready to start our official new homeschool year and all that goes with that (cleaning, organizing, planning, shopping you know the drill). I realized I hadn’t really given much thought to the whole Total Solar Eclipse coming up soon. What kind of a homeschoolin mama am I? lol I started getting myself organized and I thought I would share
First Day Of Homeschool Signs Fun Signs For Your First Day of Homeschool Photos We all love taking those first day of school or homeschool photos don’t we? Some are super sweet with your kiddos hair and clothes just right. Some are super fun with crazy bed hair and still in the pj’s (I mean we are homeschoolers right)! No matter how you stage your first day of homeschool photos
Getting Ready For The New Year It’s that time of year again. Time to start thinking of the up coming school year. All the curriculum searching, planning and excitement starts right now! Just like anything in your life you should always begin with your why. Why Do I Want To Homeschool? Ask yourself this and I recommend writing it down. Also, ask yourself this each and every year you begin
Valentine’s Day Learning Packs Tater Tots & Kinder Kids Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! Less than a week away! So, I’ve created two learning packs to help celebrate the day (Tater Tot and Kinder Kids)! While working on your handwriting or cutting or numbers add in a little love! Maybe even spend the afternoon just celebrating Valentine’s Day! Tater Tot Learning Pack You can find these fun
10 Things I’ve Learned About Myself While Homeschooling Girls For the next 10 Tuesday I am joining my friends and fellow bloggers in the iHomeschool Network 10 in 10 Series – Top 10 Lists! Each week we will be covering one topic and sharing our top 10 answers. Check out each of the iHomeschool Network bloggers on the 10 in 10 Series page. This post does include some affiliate links.
So you all know I don’t have no artistic bone in my body at all! I am a jellyfish when it comes to art or anything crafty and creative. So I love to review Art Courses because I truly have no idea what my girls learning styles may be in this area. Recently my little chix and I had the priveledge of using Lessons in Pencil: Sunflower from Creating a
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
That’s right Groundhog Day is Saturday February 2!!! I’ve created a couple of fun learning packs to help our get to know this fuzzy little marmot! You can find these fun printables at my shops on: CurrClick Teachers Notebook Teachers Pay Teachers A fun Groundhog Day learning pack for toddlers and preschoolers alike! This pack includes: 2 pages of puzzles (four puzzles total) 2 pages of line practice 2
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?