One of the advantages of homeschooling is being able to follow your own schedule. After the first year or two many families are able to fall into a routine and schedule that works best for them.Read More
Author: Emilee Roberts
Moving a family of 5 is no small feat. We have moved many times, but this was, by far, the most stressful! Moving and homeschooling can be a tricky combination! How do you keep up with homeschooling when your stuff is in boxes and you’re spending so much time packing and unpacking?Read More
Whether you’re just getting started with your homeschool year or in the middle of it, preparation is key. Of course, preparing for they year is important – what curricula are you going to use? What field trips would you like to take? Will you take any breaks? Although all of this is important (very important) sometimes we forget the day-to-day tasks.Read More
ensory seeking happens when the person (I don’t say child because I have Sensory Processing Disorder as well – it is not limited to just children) isn’t getting enough sensory input. They will act “hyper” as some people may call it because they can’t sit still.Read More
Our oldest son was such a sweet, easy baby, and we were so excited to be parents. When he was around 15 months old we realized something wasn’t quite right. When I knew we were expecting our first I knew I wanted to homeschool. I actually knew that if I was blessed to be a mom I wanted to homeschool. I am very blessed that I married a Godly man who is very supportive of the idea. There was hardly a discussion – more of a known agreement. God had really placed it on both of our hearts. We’re...Read More
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