Please note: this post may contain affiliate links. For more information please see my affiliate statement page. Many of these links are to Target, but I am not a Target affiliate, just sharing the cool stuff I found there. I thought it might be helpful to create a list of gift items for those mamas or … Continue reading 15 Gift Ideas for Moms
Today presents a tremendous opportunity for learning and reflection. Here is what we’ll be reading today. Beloved books from our “curriculum” and several from the library. Many of these my 6 year old has asked me to read to him over & over. 🙏 I hope you can spend some time reflecting on the nature … Continue reading Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Please note: this post may contain affiliate links. For more information please see my affiliate statement page. Science often presents a mental block for many homeschoolers. I admit that super messy super complicated science experiments which involve extensive set up, hand holding, and clean up drive me nuts! I prefer to wait until my children are … Continue reading 7 Super Easy Science Resources You Can Totally Incorporate into Your Homeschool
My friend Jessica recently launched her site, We Free School, which focuses exclusively on free and low cost homeschool resources. She really got me thinking about the habits we may form as homeschooling parents, and caused me to engage in some self reflection about how I could be more intentional. More specifically, paying more attention … Continue reading How to Homeschool for FREE (with or without a Printer)
A blog post explaining the differences between Classical, Charlotte Mason, Unschooling, TJED, Socratic, and other approaches to homeschooling.