Are you sick of chore charts? Nagging got you down? Make a household chores schedule for your family, and get more done – with less ‘tude.Read More
Want to get started with notebooking but don’t know where to begin? I’m excited to share a thorough and realistic how-to guide that will equip you with the tools you need to support your lesson plans and enrich your homeschool with notebooking. Disclosure: I received a free copy of Notebooking Success in exchange for an open…Read More
Get organized with a three part strategy for family organization plus a free printable calendar!Read More
Kindergarten Homeschool Room Tour and 5 Tips on Managing the Mess.Read More
First grade curriculum choices for an eclectic, secular, hands-on homeschool year!Read More
Save time, money, and space by printing your homeschool curriculum half size with this simple step-by-step tutorial.Read More
Five important questions to ask yourself when you’re shopping for curriculum. Advice from a former homeschool curriculum burnout.Read More
A round up of summer activities for families with young children. Check out ideas for outdoor play, crafts, and summer fun on a budget!Read More
Ideas and tips about taking homeschool out of the house and into the world.Read More
I often tag my posts and photos with #childledlearning. Today, I thought I’d give you a glimpse of what that looks like in our home. It’s been a very science-y week.Read More
Allow me to introduce you to our Math Basket. It’s becoming our favorite part of the day. Yes, that’s right. It’s even more fun than handwriting. I know. Hard to believe.
Our Math Basket
it’s math. in a basket.
It’s Field Trip Week, and I’m so psyched. The oldest and I have been toiling away for eight weeks straight.
My goal is to make these weeks enriching without the added pressure of lesson plans and projects.
Minimal parent involvement. Minimal.