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10 Ways to Simplify Your Homeschooling so you can enjoy it more and worry less!

10 Ways to Simplify Your Homeschooling

  Homeschooling is a wonderful opportunity to teach your children what they really need to learn, and in a way that is custom-tailored to their personalities and learning styles. However, it's very easy to become overwhelmed and to try to … [Read More...]

Thinking About Special Needs -- how to support homeschool families with special needs.

Thinking About Special Needs

  Growing up it was quite rare for me to come into contact with an individual that had special needs. As I've gotten older it has become much more prevalent. There are many who believe that children today are misdiagnosed with disorders such … [Read More...]

4 Ways to Preserve Curiosity in Children

4 Ways to Preserve Curiosity in Children

  Guest post by Candace of   Children are naturally curious and voracious learners. As a mother, I am sure you understand the┬áconstant questioning of 3- and 4-year-olds. They are anxious to learn skills they see other … [Read More...]

Evaluating Learning Gaps in your Homeschool.

Evaluating Learning Gaps

  Homeschoolers can become confused and frustrated by the unevenness of learning, and seemingly gaping holes in their child's understanding. When you wonder if you've finally met your match because your kid is just not getting it. Or … [Read More...]

Stop by and link up at the Homeschool Blog and Tell at The Homeschool Post

Homeschool Blog and Tell #HSBAT April 2016

  Our topic this month is Special Needs. Are you homeschooling a child with special needs? What resources do you recommend? What are the triumphs and challenges?┬áHave you written a blog post about it? We want to read it! {Visit this link … [Read More...]

Don't all kids have "special needs" in regards to their education? That's why homeschooling works! Read the reasoning at

Your Child Has Special Needs, Too

"My kids don't go to school?" [silence, mild contemplation] "Do you homeschool them or something?" "Well, we don't use that term....but yeah." "Why?" "My kids have special needs." "Oh." [apologetically] [end of … [Read More...]

Unexpected lessons we've learned in our homeschool from the Life of Fred math books.

Unexpected Lessons from the Life of Fred Math Books

  We've been using Life of Fred math books in our homeschool for about 7 months now. We're using the Pre-Algebra series with my 8th grader and the elementary series for my kindergartner and second grader. They love it! The stories are … [Read More...]

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