It’s an incredible feeling to have all that you need to homeschool with in a backpack. That is what we learned as we flew back and forth between the states and South America. Like most families that embrace the homeschooling lifestyle, we love all of the things that we use for learning. However, things can turn to clutter and clutter can trigger stress. Today, in how to downsize your homeschool, I’m sharing 4 tips for owning less.Read More
Author: Tina Robertson
Finding creative ideas you can do yourself using every day home products, like trash cans, which come in a variety of sizes, colors and materials makes this an easy project. Pulling together 7 creative ways to use a trash can in your homeschool space, I hope you’re inspired to think trash can to treasure.Read More
Lightbulb moments of learning almost seem magical when our kids finally get it. However, knowing when to stop or move forward on a lesson plan or subject while homeschooling is not always easy to determine. What I have learned after homeschooling two of my boys from the beginning is that age matters.Read More
One summer in high school for extra credit, I organized a fashion show by the senior class. Like a lot of high school teen girls in the ‘80s, studying about fashion trends was a topic I was eager to explore. However, the ‘80s fashion trends are now gone and I’m hoping that some of them like parachute pants and iron-on patches don’t return.Read More
I was one of ‘those homeschoolers’. One of those who thought that when I approached the high school years my sons would miss out on all the ‘opportunities’ public school offered to teens.Read More
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