If you follow a traditional school year schedule, then you've almost made it through another homeschooling year! Woohoo!
It can be tempting to just stop thinking about school altogether once the year ends, but taking the time to make a year-end … [Read More...]
Learning geography is always more fun when there are hands-on projects that allow learners to experience the countries and cultures that they're learning about. My younger girls and I have been traveling around the world this year studying geography … [Read More...]
Not that long ago, I was asked to describe a "typical day in your homeschool". I remember staring at that line on the questionnaire for many minutes wondering how much space I would be allowed to attempt that. It's hard enough to describe our … [Read More...]
Guest Post by Lisa of School at Home Mom.
As a mom of an active 21-month old, I am always looking for new ways to excite his curiosity and sustain his focus. Early childhood learning is so much about hands-on experiences and exploration, and art … [Read More...]
The April Homeschool Blog and Tell is brought to you by Lamp Post Homeschool. You can save 20% on Alpha Omega curriculum through the end of April. Use code AOP20 at the checkout.
Welcome to the April Edition of the Homeschool … [Read More...]
Monday, March 30th, 2015
We've been living in South Kensington, London since last January. John is 10.35 and Christine is 8.8 years old.
While this is our final week here before returning to our New York home, and we are trying to … [Read More...]
Each week we will be highlighting the Top Ten Bloggers from each category of the 2014 Homeschool Blog Awards. We understand the hard work that is involved in running a successful blog. Kudos to all who were nominated, all who made the top … [Read More...]