Tag Archives: homeschooling

Our Spring Morning Basket for May 2023

Here’s what we’ve been doing for our spring Morning Basket Time. Morning Basket Time is basically homeschooling time when I share with my youngest what I believe is good, true, and beautiful. My next youngest has been excused from MBT … Continue reading

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Homeschooling Moms Aren’t More Patient Than Other Moms

I love this video above! Like Pam who appears in the video, I’ve been told many times that I must have a lot of patience to homeschool. Well guess what? Most moms, whatever the amount of patience they have, can … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Tip for Homeschooling: Add Something Fresh and Different to Your Morning Routine

I found some fun items from my last thrifting jaunt including this never-been-used Star Wars Mad Libs book. So I’m adding it to my Morning Basket! If you don’t know what a Morning Basket it is, it’s a place where … Continue reading

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Want to Quit Homeschooling? Watch This!

January is almost over! Hooray! This is the time of school year when homeschooling is the hardest! If you feel like quitting watch the video above by Charlotte Iserbyt. More of her videos can be found here.

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August 2021 Back to School Sale on Tuttle Twins Books

Here’s a message from Connor Boyack, the author of the Tuttle Twins books: “Millions of kids are now returning to school… but what will they be taught? Our view is that most schools have two major problems: sins of commission and sins … Continue reading

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Homeschool Graduation Ceremony

I had never thought about doing my own graduation ceremony for my homeschooling “senior” until I watched a clip from the Duggars’ show, “19 Kids and Counting.” I think it’s a great idea! Maybe my younger kids will let me … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Tip for Homeschooling: take the #abookandagameaday challenge, or “How to Have Fun Homeschooling”

So, it’s officially been a year since the lockdowns started. I’m here to assure any of you mamas who were thrown into homeschooling a year ago and struggled. If any of you still want to homeschool, I’m here to assure … Continue reading

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Create a Book Club Culture at Home

The past two Thursday nights I’ve had two book club discussions, one online and one in person. I loved every single minute of them.  For the first one we discussed Little Women, and for the second one we discussed anything by … Continue reading

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How to Hygge Your Homeschool and Cheap Ebook on Hygge

In my “moms’ class” at my weekly homeschool gathering (a commonwealth school), we’ve been talking lately about seasons, winter, and “hygge.” What is hygge? Pronounced “hoo-gah,” it is the practice that allows the Danish to be the happiest people on … Continue reading

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#Notbacktoschool, or How to Ease Back into Homeschooling after August is over!

Sorry for the blogging hiatus! I’ve been having extended family time and I’m also working on a project that I will announce sometime in the next few months. I love summer! It’s that time of year when you hear talk … Continue reading

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