Well fellow homeschool moms, It looks like this week I am wrapping up my homeschool year. I am ready to make a transition into the next home school year. I want to share with you how I end my homeschool year in this blog. I am taking on the Gratitude Challenge started by ClarieSights. What a way to end the homeschool year! With an attitude of gratitude. Click the link to read more……….Read More
Today I want to give you an update on my journey to becoming a minimalist. Wow! you never know just how much stuff you have in your environment until you pull out everything in your closed spaces like your drawer, bags, cabinets, garage, closets and storage areas.
This week I took six bags of stuff to the Goodwill and 2 bags to throw away, in the trash. All of that was hidden in my closed spaces inside of my home. This is just phase one of my decluttering process. I will do a second and third purge. My goal is to truly live with what we absolutely need and love. Click here to read more….Read More
Unit Studies is an awesome way to cut 8 subjects down a day and focus only on about 3-4 subjects a day. You are still teaching all the subjects but not all in one day. Math is the only subject I do not incorporate in my unit studies. I have a math curriculum for each one of my children. My little ones who are not reading yet or not reading fluently do have a reading and writing curriculum. In this blog I use real photos take a look……Click the linkRead More
Today I want to share with my homeschooling community how I keep my homeschool curriculum simple, fun, engaging, challenging and easy.
I used to think you had to have a curriculum for all 8 subjects. One for math, spelling, writing, history, science, art, reading and english(language arts, grammar).
That is probably fine, if you are homeschooling 1 or even 2 children, but when you are homeschooling more 2 than children, you probably want to keep it simple for your children and for yourself. click the link to read more…..Read More
Yes I was a homeschooling novice, when I homeschooled my daughter in the kindergarten, I dedicated the basement room to my daughter classroom and decorated the walls like her traditional classroom setting. I have learned since then that for me having to much of anything if it is not being used it is just plain hoader-ism. So I have adopted a new homeschool philosophy. I not only adopted it in my classroom but I adopted this principle in every area of my life. Keep it Simple! Click the link to read more….Read More