I keep being totally floored at the people telling me they may homeschool this year! I mean, anyone who knows me knows I’m a total and complete advocate of homeschooling. But these changes that are upcoming are encouraging some very die-hard public schoolers to consider this amazing school choice. But invariably some people will
I have to admit that I am a HUGE Charlotte Mason fan in our homeschool! In fact, I’m completely CRAZY about this awesome way to teach your children. But I also know that when you first sit down and start reading it, your mind can become a bit bogged down, and it seems overwhelming!
So, it’s that time of year again (a brand new one), and you’re second guessing everything from your diet to your choice to homeschool. Sigh… I’m here with an article to give you tons of encouragement with 5 Reasons NOT to Homeschool Your Kids! (disclaimer: I “might” be a little tongue in cheek here 🙂
As I sit here in the quiet, I wonder what I should write about this month? Should I do a serious article on homeschooling that encourages moms to keep on, or should I do a funny tongue-in-cheek article about the random things that show you you’re really nuts to homeschool in the first place?
Why I’m Not an Unschooler There is a lot of talk these days about unschooling, what it is and what it’s not. There is so much good in unschooling that I don’t want to throw it out, but I am not a complete unschooler. First off, here are some things I love and highly
I know you mamas. You’re excited! This is it! Your oldest is finally ready to start homeschooling! You’ve been holding your breath until you can start preschool or kindergarten with them. The books are bought. Your schedule is ready. All that you need is…..erk! Stop! Don’t go another step until you read this. I’ve
Faster, faster, faster! Our world constantly screams at us to do it faster and better. There is no time for the enjoyment, the journey. It’s only the destination that matters. But is this really true? Is this what we should be attaining with our children’s education? Should we cram them full of as much
I was about to pull my hair out, and my son was near tears. It was reading time again, and as usual, it was not going well. I was frustrated, and he was depressed. What was I doing so wrong? I had started out so hopeful. I had started him out at 2 1/2