Literature-Based Learning for Kindergarten: How to Make it Work homeschooling

Literature-Based Learning for Kindergarten: How to Make it Work

You’re homeschooling a kindergartener! Congratulations! You’ve heard about “literature-based learning” all over every homeschool website as you’ve scoured the internet for ideas on how to get started…but what does that look like in reality? How can you make sure your wiggly, giggly kindergartener is really learning and retaining information as you read to them? How […]

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3 Essential Ingredients For Real Learning In Your Homeschool interest led learning

3 Essential Ingredients For Real Learning In Your Homeschool

We’ve discovered there are 3 essential ingredients for real learning in your homeschool. When these three ingredients are present, you can be sure that learning is happening. Are you ready for real learning in your homeschool that’s easy, fun, and interest-led? Keep reading to discover how we’re making learning easy for kids and parents. Plus,

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Cultivating Independence Tips and Activities for Homeschool Students homeschooling audio solutions

Cultivating Independence: Tips and Activities for Homeschool Students

As homeschooling moms, we know what it’s like to juggle the needs of multiple children. We know what it’s like to focus on keeping the homeschool day running smoothly while also running a household and maybe even a business. It’s easy to think that cultivating independence in our children is primarily for our own sanity.

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Rainy Day Homeschool Hacks for Stealthy Learning

Rainy Day Homeschool Hacks for Stealthy Learning

Cultivating a lifestyle of learning is important to our family. We know kids learn best when they are having fun. That’s when children are more likely to retain concepts and grasp challenging subjects. Fortunately, there are so many excellent ways we can make learning fun, whether it’s following an interest-led approach, strewing great resources, playing

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Best Olympics Books for Kids: learn the history and explore the sports of the Olympic Games

It’s not too soon to begin rounding up books about the Olympics for your kids. Learn all about the history of the Olympic games and what the Olympics are like today from this Gold Medal Book List! Don’t miss these fabulous homeschool Olympics resources. I have loved watching the Olympics ever since I was a

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Nurturing Rhythms and Rest in the Homeschool Journey

Homeschooling is more than just an educational choice; it’s a lifestyle. In a recent conversation with Lyndsey Mimnagh, a seasoned homeschooling mom and creator of the Treehouse Schoolhouse curriculum, we delved into the intricacies of homeschool rhythms, rest and renewal, and finding balance in the homeschooling journey. Homeschool Routines Lyndsey shared her approach to homeschooling,

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4 reasons to use single player games in your homeschool gameschooling

4 Reasons to Use Single-Player Games in Your Homeschool

Discover the enriching world of single-player games and how they can bring value to your homeschool day. In her insightful guest post, Melissa Brander shares four compelling reasons why incorporating single-player games into your homeschool curriculum can be both educational and enjoyable. From enhancing critical thinking skills to accommodating children at different learning levels, Melissa

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4 Top Tips For Taking Care Of Yourself As A Homeschooling Mom

4 Top Tips For Taking Care Of Yourself As A Homeschool Mom

My friend Jessica Waldock has inspired me over the past couple years as she’s prioritized her own physical health and mental wellness in the midst of a full working homeschool mom life. I am delighted to bring this guest post to you from Jessica. She puts her own self care principles into practice and encourages

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