Homeschooling with Heart Blog - The Old Schoolhouse Magazine


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  Hey Mama, Count the days. Right? You have Monday through the weekend with your kids, and then your week is over. Finito. Done. This particular week will be forever gone. Any opportunities we choose not to seize, any moments we decide not to give that hug and kiss, any choices we make to scowl

The Glad Game!

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  Let me introduce you to Pollyanna. Raised in a poor but happy home, she lost her missionary parents and is sent to live with her rich but mean Aunt Polly. The atmosphere of her new home is dreary and gloomy. However, Pollyanna brings joy and gladness to the mansion as well as the entire

Fitting Homeschooling into Your Schedule

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  One of the most well-known advantages of homeschooling is the flexibility. Most laws do not require homeschooling to be done in a certain time or day. If trying to squeeze all your work into the first part of the day is stressing you out, make a change! There are various ways you can get

Tracking Blessings

  Each November, with our craft kit business, my daughter and I have created a way for our family and other families to name our blessings and count our thankfulness. In the past, this looks like putting our gratefulness into categories (food, necessities, people, places, etc.). We have used different shaped/colored card stock for each

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