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Homeschool Convention Tips

homeschool convention tips
  My oldest daughter and I attended a homeschool convention last weekend – it was fantastic and amazing! And boy was I beat afterwards! Last year we didn’t get to go because of the pandemic, and I’d forgotten some things about being at a convention! Things like what shoes to wear, how much sleep you

Finish Strong, Finish Early

homeschool year
  April is here, and it might be the HARDEST month of the entire homeschooling year. The sun is shining, the trees are budding, and all you want is to be anywhere but at the kitchen table working on long division. I get it, truly. Here is what you most need to know right now
travel tips for homeschoolers
  Because of home education, we have the freedom to travel any time of the year or any day of the week. Some families have well-planned travel ideas, and some families are very spontaneous. It can be refreshing to get out, even if you bring the school books with you! Over the years, we learned

Sneaky Schooling

sneaky schooling
  Years ago, I heard about a newly released cookbook. The book focused on methods to sneak fruits and vegetables into recipes. The premise was that if you secretly hid healthy ingredients in recipes, then your family, especially your children, would consume more fruits and vegetables in their diets without even knowing it. The idea

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