What does it mean to succeed? What does it mean to be successful and how do you measure success in your home school?
Do you measure success by how much your children accomplished today, this week, this month? It's still early in the traditional … [Read More...]
When I first began homeschooling officially in 2006, I quickly learned that there were a few legendary names when it comes to homeschool curriculum. Tried and true, trusted, longstanding pioneers in the homeschool community. Alpha Omega is one of … [Read More...]
We have YouTube playing continually all day long at home. At the moment, John is obsessed with some 24 year old young man's piano channel. Christine is always playing music in the background while she does her math or plays … [Read More...]
We're homeschooling several children with ADHD in our family, so we've had to make some major adjustments to our homeschooling approach over the years. One of the biggest adjustments has involved adapting my teaching style.
I tend to be a … [Read More...]
Earlier this month I told you about a few of my favorite homeschool things. Now I want to share a few of my favorite FREE homeschool activities!
1) Exploring Nature
Whether we’re finding new nature preserves to visit, looking for acorns in … [Read More...]
Hi everyone! My name is Selena and I'm thrilled to be writing for The Homeschool Post! I blog about our family's homeschooling adventures at Look! We're Learning! every week, and I hope you enjoy reading what I share here with you all. :)
As you … [Read More...]