Homeschool convention season is right around the corner. Local and regional conferences usually run from March until June with a few outliers here and there.Read More
Author: Latonya Mo
Have you skipped art and music for days, weeks, or months at a time? Are your children often telling you that they miss the other subjects they used to do? As we head into a new semester, I have found myself pondering these questions, and I can honestly say that I answer yes to all of them.Read More
Most days you can find my daughters and I together. We spend time learning new things, playing with new toys, and simply hanging out with one another. Spending unprecedented amounts of time with my girls comes with the territory of being a homeschooling mom. It is easy to believe that because I spend so much time with my daughters there’s no doubt that I am giving them all they need and more.Read More
When we began our homeschool journey math was one of the few subjects that we didn’t use curriculum for, but instead the girls worked from workbooks such as Kumon and helped me in the kitchen. I figured that we didn’t need a full math curriculum early on in our journey.Read More
Do you have a subject that isn’t your favorite which makes it difficult for you to teach? Well, you are not alone. I am not a master of every subject that I teach my daughters. Honestly, I have a hard time with history. It’s not that I am incapable or that I despise the subject, it’s simply not my favorite subject therefore it makes it a bit difficult for me to teach.Read More
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