Category Archives: Homeschooling

homeschooling through tough times (part 2)

Today I continue a two-part series offering ideas for keeping homeschooling steady during our tough seasons. Feel free to email or offer your own thoughts!

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homeschooling through tough times (part 1)

Sometimes in our hardest seasons, we cannot imagine continuing on with homeschooling. Today I share just why our family did and some encouragement for those struggling. (Part 1)

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Five in a Row for the Busy Homeschool Mom

Products received at no cost and payment received for time to write post.  All opinions my own. In the introduction of Five in a Row’s Volume 1 lies a wonderful quote: “YOU are the leader of this great adventure, so gather the children around and have a great time!” — Jane Lambert Written in 1994, […]

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Introducing Fact Cards for your Homeschool :: plus a giveaway!

Cards received at no cost to me and I was compensated for my time to review. Affiliate links included in post.  All opinions are my own. Throughout our homeschool journey — going on year 12 now! — I’ve been a BIG fan of collecting the ‘extras’. You know…the completely cool tools and games which may […]

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A Peek Into Last Week…19th anniversary, homeschooling changes, and a NFL record jump!

Welcome to a NEW month! The month SPRING finally arrives, and that I hope our snow storms go away for good.  Truly, this winter treated us fairly well overall so I cannot complain too much. For several weeks, I have thought of starting this Monday morning feature of looking back into our week as a family. […]

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Introducing Fortuigence :: online writing support for your homeschool

Many of our homeschooling friends have already jumped into their new school routine with gusto and enthusiasm, organized and ready to go! We’re not quite there yet… In many ways, we are just now soaking up the slower pace of summer, and this Mama is just now outlining plans for our next academic year.  Thankfully, […]

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