We discovered that year-round homeschooling was a perfect fit for our family. Read more to learn some benefits, and see if it may fit your family too!
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This post is written by a guest contributor. November is the time of year when we start thinking about what we are grateful for, but we should have a heart of gratitude all year long. How do we cultivate a continual heart of gratitude? How can we teach our children to be grateful? We don’t […]
As a homeschooling mother of 9, trying to fit in all the subjects that need to be taught for each student is challenging. The first thing I think of when I hear Science is- experiments. How can I fit in all these experiments with multiple ages, grade levels, learning abilities, teach the lessons, gather materials, […]
Experienced homeschool mom of 9 shares her tips for homeschooling a preschooler!
Guest post by Amanda Sims I think we should start by debunking the common misconception of what year-round schooling truly is. Simply stated it is NOT doing school every day all year long. Year-round schooling is taking shorter breaks, especially during the summer, and taking more frequent breaks during the year. Year-round schooling IS all […]
Why would I want to do school when I’m not feeling well? Shouldn’t I just take the day off and rest? There’s no way I could stay focused. We’ll just make up the work later. I’m sure these statements are not new to you, my friend. I know there are days when I don’t want […]
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