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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

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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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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The Reality Of Homeschooling An Only Child

Homeschooling an only child is different. There are many benefits, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Homeschooling an only child also comes with a few challenges.  Ultimately, the reality of homeschooling an only child is that it’s different. Whether you only have one child or you’re just homeschooling one for a different reason, there are

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Balancing Structure and Flexibility in Homeschooling an Only Child | An Eclectic Approach

Y’all know I’m passionate about the idea that homeschooling can combine both structure and flexibility, especially as we nurture the unique, individual learners in our homes. Today’s guest post offers a captivating glimpse into Laura’s journey nurturing her gifted son’s education. Delve into her eclectic approach (which seamlessly blends structured learning with the freedom to

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From School to Homeschooling: How to Deschool and Craft the Homeschool You Dreamed

You’ve made the big decision to move from public school or private school to homeschool. Now what?! Can you make the transition from traditional school to homeschooling without losing your mind? How can you start homeschooling with peace and joy after a traditional school experience? Today’s post is written by Christie Crofford, a mom just

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Living Well Learning Well Alicia Hutchinson Homeschool Conversations Podcast

Living Well and Learning Well (with Alicia Hutchinson)

Homeschooling and all the other parts of life are intertwined. How can we both live well and learn well as homeschool families? Are there practical tips and strategies that can help? Mindset shifts to change the way we approach our days? Alicia Hutchinson joins us on this episode of Homeschool Conversations to discuss these and

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Freedom and Flexibility in Our Homeschools (with Emily Copeland)

What a joy to chat with Emily Copeland in this week’s Homeschool Conversations episode. Heading into a new year and a new homeschool semester, her encouragement to under-plan and over-deliver, her focus on relationships and the individual persons in our homes, and her experience overcoming the need to prove herself and moving into a place

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