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
Homeschool Planning Series – Part 3: Weekly Plan With Me
Time to make my weekly homeschool plan. But first #allthestickers! Join me as I lay out my weekly homeschool plan and curriculum checklist.Read More
Monthly and Weekly Homeschool Planning with Stickers!
Homeschool planning – the time when all of my favorite things come together: planners, education, organization, checklists, and planners. Did I say planners twice? Oopsie. Read on to see my monthly and weekly planning rituals… erm… overview.Read More
How to Convert Your Planner for Annual Homeschool Planning & Tracking
Homeschooling and Planning? Sign me up! This year I’m converting a daily horizontal planner into a homeschool planner. Read on for ideas about how to set it up and getting started with annual planning pages and trackers.Read More
No Lego Brick Separator? Try this Hack & Save Your Nails!!!
An easy and safe way to get Legos apart without ruining your nails or losing your mind.Read More
SUPER EASY Homemade HE Laundry Detergent Recipe
We aren’t DIY type of people, but I did go through a phase where I was geeking out over making all of my own household products. I made all different cleaners and detergents and soaps. Honestly, most of them were awful. The only stand-out was laundry detergent.Read More
Math Activities Basket: Creating an Individualized Math Curriculum for Kids
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.
Take a Field Trip Week and have FUN Learning!
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.
I used to be able to remember everything. I could repeat a six month old conversation back verbatim. Just ask my husband. Something happened when I started having kids. At first I thought it was just the Pregnancy Stupids. It turns out that’s not the case.
Wait what were we talking about?
I have to write everything down. For that I have my planners.Read More