Don’t let bad weather catch you off guard. Surprise your kids with simple and productive ideas easily prepared ahead of time. In this podcast episode, Christine shares a variety of ways to keep your kids busy on rainy or snowy days, including rainy day baskets, tea time ideas, homeschool electives, and more. Enjoy Episode 52 of The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show—“Indoor Learning When the Weather Is Bad,” and share it with your friends.
Homeschool with ease this holiday season—with games! Tune in while Heather shares specific games to play with young children, teens, and families. Learn how to deal with sibling rivalry and grab some Christmas-themed ideas to incorporate into your homeschool this year.
It’s Episode 45 of The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show—“Homeschooling through the Holidays with Games.” Head into the holiday season prepared!
A few years ago, we decided to study the world history in the 20th century for an entire year. There is just so much that happened during those 100 years, and there are many people still alive with stories to tell of the 1900s. I want my kids to love history so I come up
We have had some beautiful snow here in Colorado! However, the cold keeps the kids indoors most of the day so we try to keep everyone constructively occupied. We like to take some of these days off from the regular workbooks and learn differently on “cabin fever” days. Here are some ideas of what that
It’s about time to get your holiday homeschooling in check! Thanksgiving has passed, and the Christmas season is upon us, which means things may get extra busy around the house. If you’re planning on homeschooling through the holidays, read on for some tips and tricks to make lessons engaging and interesting for your kids. Study
Hey Mama, We often think that games are keeping us from the real stuff of academics, but often, games are what make it stick. So say, “Yes!” more often to games! Games are wonderful teaching tools. I once heard a homeschool graduate speak about his education. What he remembered most fondly were those
Do you use gameschooling as a form of education? Whether you are an unschooler, interest-led homeschooler, or you fall somewhere in between, chances are that you have used board games in your homeschool in one way, shape, or form. You may not label yourself as an official gameschooler, but after learning more about how it
“Honey, you need to rewrite this paper….” “I hate writing!” Tears, frustration, and raised voices – is this what teaching writing is like at your house? We often deceive ourselves into thinking that some kids are good writers and others are not. While it is true that some children are gifted writers, all teens