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
Author: Latonya Mo
Do you remember circle time in Preschool and Kindergarten? The daily time when the children and teacher (in this case mom) gather to go over the calendar, read books, recite the alphabet, and so on. I always admired moms who were able to fit this inviting time into their home school day. It’s funny how I always saw this morning time reserved for the little ones, but now I see the full benefits of reserving a special time for the older children.Read More
The beginning of a new school year often rears its head with the urgent need to have a plan. Some of us aren’t big planners while others among us need to have a good chunk of the school year planned in advance. No matter which camp you reside, I am here to tell that having an idea of the direction you want for your home school to flow is important.Read More
If you are just starting out on your home schooling journey, it may be quite overwhelming right now. There are plenty of opinions telling you to do things one way or another. There are just so many things that want to stake claim on your time, but there is one thing that you need to know that you have that tops all the others and that thing is FREEDOM.Read More
As home education continues to grow so do the many options for giving your children experiences outside of the home. In our area there are several opportunities available to the home school community. There are co-ops, tutorials, and field trip groups on every other corner.Read More
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