Browsing Category : Home Schooling

Simplicity is Freedom


Why do I get on Facebook? It often depresses me or makes me angry. Yeah, sometimes I get lonely during the day and I guess that’s why I peruse the posts and read the articles, but it doesn’t make me feel any less lonely. I want to use my time better, but sometimes I just don’t want to think because…

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Free For The Summer!


Hi Everyone!  I’m so excited about what I just did!  I have joined over 215,000 fellow homeschoolers by becoming a member with the Homeschool Buyers Co-op.  It is free to join and it’s full of helpful resources and discounted products! I haven’t fully explored the site yet as I was so excited that I just had to jump on right…

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Mobi Math Tiles Game Review


“Math! It’s always the most fun subject and so easy to get our kids to understand!” That doesn’t sound quite accurate does it? I hear from many parents (public and homeschool alike) that are struggling with helping their child with their math skills. For some, it becomes a cry fest as the child gets frustrated and the parent isn’t sure…

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DIY Slime Has Hit Our Home


I never understood the infatuation so many young girls around us seemed to have with making slime. Well, the slime craze has invaded our home full force, and I’m the most intrigued! After looking up the science behind how making slime works, I’ve tasked myself with finding other materials to use to create slime. (Science Mom enlightened me the most!)…

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Schooling is Not Cut-and-Dry


One thing I recall with public school when I was a kid, and for the 3 years my son was in public school, is that you are taught one way whether that’s the way for you to learn or not. If a curriculum isn’t working for a child (or multiple kids), you don’t just stop using it and find a…

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